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Tag Archives: Illegal Immigration
Who Counts as a Refugee and Who Does Not Here is an example of incompetence that may find a rival class in pre-nursery school. One could easily write pages on the difference between the existing laws for Refugees and those … Continue reading
Storytelling…So we can at least have some fun And just north in that area is beyond question the most heinous turmoil of option-land one could possibly imagine. An ultimatum: forget your religion and come over to ours or you will … Continue reading
Escondido versus the ACLU The tenor and feel of the story has some interesting precepts. This is the David v. Goliath story we find in Biblical literature as well as the Bible’s own particular narrative. The American Civil Liberties Union … Continue reading
Storytelling… Storytelling seems to be the notion of the person at the party who could tell the best ones. Or anymore when people think of storytelling it has been coming something like – the bedtime story – then there are … Continue reading
“Holes and how to plug them” Reform is an act of improving by alteration, correction of an error, or removal of defects; put into a better form or condition. Reform can also be used as a campaign aimed to correct … Continue reading
First, the whole point of comprehensive immigration reform, which Rubio championed as recently as last year, is to create a compromise framework that both parties could embrace: Republicans get increased border security; Democrats get a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants … Continue reading
Attendees told at a town hall event, immigration reform was not about enforcing American laws. “Immigration reform is not about enforcement,” Peters said in a short video clip obtained by Breitbart News. “It’s about finding a way to fix the … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen…let’s be informed! Granted there are many people who read the newspapers and I say, Ah yes! Keep up the good work gang! And then if the opportunity exists, I may add “So what do you think? Think that … Continue reading