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Finally the Supreme Court appears to have made sense… In a fractured decision that revealed deep divisions over what role the judiciary should play in protecting racial and ethnic minorities, the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Michigan constitutional amendment … Continue reading
ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS MILITARY FOR IMMEDIATE CITIZENSHIP..? Here ladies and gentlemen is a good look at what we are paying for with regards to our congressional leadership. The following article is a rather disturbing look at what suggestions are being made … Continue reading
Oh well I just could not help it! Under normal circumstances I would have read this comment by Senator Feinstein and then as any self-respecting student, writer, journalist should do is rewrite this comment in one’s own words. However, as … Continue reading
Many Democrats are fed up with Obama’s lying… Former U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey thinks President Barack Obama, a fellow Democrat, was re-elected in 2012 because he ‘sucked less’ than former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. It is indeed unfortunate that many, … 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
Concerning the masses, as Karl Marx would postulate or it is concerning the natural rights of man, as Thomas Paine would no doubt have espoused, and somewhere, somehow in-between these mediums the gauntlet of social sciences is labelled up the … Continue reading
Meanwhile, back at the White House, it is a tough time for President Obama. As well it should be! He has earned every rating he has received. The magic is over. Gone are the swooning crowds and fainting admirers of … Continue reading
Giving sweeping power to a federal agency is never a good idea You have probably heard the words “net neutrality” being tossed around a lot lately. That is because on January 14, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. … Continue reading
For the second time in a week, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker publicly expressed her support for immigration reform. “Put simply, this must be at the top of our to-do list,” Pritzker said Thursday at an event for the Los Angeles World … Continue reading