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There are some people who will NEVER believe; no matter what type of evidence that is presented, or how valuable that evidence is, there will always be skeptics somewhere in the crowd who just will not believe.
There are some people who will NEVER believe; no matter what type of evidence that is presented, or how valuable that evidence is, there will always be skeptics somewhere in the crowd who just will not believe. As for today, … Continue reading
Can you believe this Rubbish? Advocates for immigration detainees being held inside the Etowah County Detention Center are planning a demonstration this afternoon in support of what they say is an ongoing hunger strike. Members of Adelante Alabama Worker Center … Continue reading
A Completely Different Look… About a hundred people turned out at a rally in a St. Louis neighborhood today to voice their “unwavering support” of Darren Wilson, the police officer who fatally shot an unarmed teen in Ferguson, Mo., two … Continue reading
This is that historic portion of just how well our main stream media presents what is actually happening in the several states, and with a little more Congressional legislation all of the states will be required to use this plan. … Continue reading
Normally at least once per week, or if all matters are urgent, pressing, or in the “have to get done” basket perhaps once a fortnight (two weeks time) we do our blog crawl and come to a consensus on who … Continue reading
In our growing information age the need for whatever information albeit from i-tunes, maps, Fox News, BBC News, or simple Blackberry’s is being more sought after than any other information in history. Bearing that notion in mind one would think … Continue reading
The process of becoming either a naturalized person, permanent resident of the United States as well as the application to apply for citizenship status has not changed much since the original Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1790. In fact the … Continue reading
Well this certainly is not the first time we’ve heard along these lines; however, let’s all hope that it’s the last we hear of anything worse. BP says oil from its broken well has stopped gushing into the Gulf of … Continue reading
We heard a great metaphor for the situation that describes amnesty and granting illegal aliens a path to citizenship – “it’s a train that has already left the station…” Now the important issue remains – are we going to be … Continue reading
Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said it’s “unlikely” that the Senate would move on immigration reform this year. Durbin said that a tough political environment, especially for Republicans, made it all but politically impossible to move forward with an … Continue reading