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This President cannot get out fast enough! I really do not mean to be a person who looks for gloom and doom to write about. Just about every single week as I am preparing my Writer’s Portfolio for everything that … Continue reading
The Islamic faith isn’t “consistent” with the U.S. Constitution, and a Muslim shouldn’t be president, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said. “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation,” Carson said on NBC’s ‘Meet … Continue reading
E-Verify is in the news… The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has launched a Spanish-language myE-Verify to give Spanish speaking employees and job seekers access to identity theft protection features for the E-Verify process. A Spanish-language version of this … Continue reading
Hundreds of Pakistani Christians have attended funerals Security was tight, with police sealing off Lahore’s biggest Christian neighborhood and submitting those attending to security checks. Sunday’s bombings of two churches in the Youhanabad area left 17 people dead and more … Continue reading
Determined foes of President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran had vowed to use August to mobilize public opinion with a tea party-like fervor, and to build a bipartisan majority in Congress to sink the landmark pact in a mid-September showdown. … Continue reading
Two completely different Issues that make one wonder about the “Truth” told by the U.S. Government This is the sort of drama that occurs when one, a citizen journalist finds out what the real truth is and two, when these … Continue reading
Should everyone born in the United States automatically become a citizen? It’s a constitutional and political question that probably will get some attention as the current presidential campaign unfolds. But as we shall see, let’s don’t all hold our breath … Continue reading
Republican Senators Question Immigration System After Finding 72 Individuals Tied to Terrorism At the very headline for this article, I did not agree with it being “Republican Senators…” inasmuch as I believe there is far too much emphasis given to … Continue reading
The Obama administration announced Friday that certain federal and state prisoners will be eligible for federal Pell grants to pay for college classes while they serve out their time behind bars; simply in a word does anyone think “think” that … Continue reading