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Tag Archives: Constitution
Public Schools We would like to make a very relevant coursework assessment as our empirical observations as well as research has shown us. There has been so much to say about Common Core curriculum that it is just alike or … Continue reading
The Government Accounting Office released a report on a work program for foreign students that Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, says, “not only calls into question the department’s oversight of the program, but also whether such lack of oversight is a … Continue reading
The Founder’s Views on Immigration…in their own words… President George Washington in a letter to Thomas Jefferson (1788) began his noted writings on immigration, asylum, and eventually citizenship. What is specifically noted in his letter was the ideology of “would … Continue reading
Misfires, Misfits, and Mayhem We find that it is the huge scheming going on in every aspect of American business that is affecting us most. We see/or experience BIG industry try and lead us to believe one thing, whilst they … Continue reading
Deportations…what deportations Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says that over the past year the Obama Administration has exercised what she calls “prosecutorial discretion” in allowing 430,000 self-declared illegal aliens to stay in the United States without any worry that her … Continue reading
The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 (Hart-Celler Act, INS, Act of 1965, Pub.L. 89–236) abolished the National Origins Formula that had been in place in the United States since the Emergency Quota Act about the 1920s. The Act abolished the national origins quota system that was American immigration … Continue reading
What a Concept..! During this past weekend we had the opportunity of really sinking our teeth into the Senate’s proposal for immigration “reform” in addition to what has been clearly hidden within the more than necessary 1000 + pages. Yet … Continue reading
Washington, D.C. is a town run largely by lawyers. Naturally, this leads to a ton of convoluted and unnecessary legislation. And this overabundance of legality often leads to twisted logic in our nation’s capital – and confusion for us. Take … Continue reading
As we already know the Senate passed 68 to 32 Thursday the “Gang of Eight’s” massive amnesty bill, S. 744. What began as an 844-page bill grew to nearly 1,200 pages in the final days before passage, thanks to a … Continue reading