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Today we feel that our writing would best serve our readers if we were to focus on the following three immediate issues. Donald Trump’s comments, the current sources within the immigration communities, and what are you doing as a Muslim, … Continue reading
Is it Possible to Method with the Minds of Madness..? Wow! In lieu of how most of the media has handled this tragic act of terrorism that occurred in San Bernardino, CA on December 1, 2015 I will try and … Continue reading
Monitor the Way you Vote — This is clearly not what I voted for… House Republicans are divided over whether they should open a separate probe of Hillary Clinton’s controversial email setup, with some conservative firebrands calling for an expanded … Continue reading
Illegal Immigration so what now? Illegal immigration is a decades-old problem. With an estimated 11.5 million illegal immigrants living, and in many cases working, in the U.S. the question remains: What do we do with them? And how do we … 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
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE “MINOR’S IN THE SURGE…” This is where myths, stories, and blatant regard for the truth takes a hit from the largest advocacy group that has been that way for more than thirty (30) years. The Federation … Continue reading
Unbeknownst to many a reader who diligently comes by or for those who don’t know, we run a quarterly summation article here refered to as “Enduring Question’s for Illegal Immigrants.” Please click here to have a quick review. Getting … Continue reading
How Astute is the Measurement for Amnesty…? So much talk, ostensibly a man lost his position in Congress, for being a bit on the scared side of the amnesty matter. Interesting notion really when one reviews what Rep. Eric Cantor … 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