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So without further adieu we went over to “The Obama Strategic-Executive-Order” room to listen to his plan and development for America’s broken immigration system. “America’s immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and … Continue reading
Force of Public Opinion The comic-opera quality of this debate should not obscure the participants’ serious concern about setting government policy. The members of the first Congress could not take the survival of republican form of government for granted. All … Continue reading
Christians and their Walk… There is so much to get done…I am still working on the Series of how to rectify our diffused immigration national policy is perceived. Accordingly, I have an additional Series of why we – in all … Continue reading
“In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an … Continue reading
WHAT IS PUBLIC POLICY..? Shaping public policy is a complex and multifaceted process that involves the interplay of numerous individuals and interest groups competing and collaborating to influence policymakers to act in a particular way. These individuals and groups use … Continue reading
COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM v. IMMIGRATION REFORM There was a time when — not too long ago — there was a relatively very minor difference between these two ideologies concerning immigration reform. A quick and brief history should allow all of … Continue reading
Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) Talk about a cluster-puck! What the Obama administration has done in lieu of regular wording, ergo, the definition of words so important to several generations of people is going to be at a cost … Continue reading
Is it time to shout… “Order in the Court!” Once there was a reasonably popular saying that went something like this: “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” It seems that at one time the entire country was consumed by … Continue reading