Tag Archives: Entitlements

The Façade of Multiculturalism

The Façade of Multiculturalism Please do not be suckered into it! Their tactics are just about the same for multiculturalism as they have been for illegal immigration, or change of venue, life, and from where the money comes from; still, … Continue reading

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Don’t do what California’s done to the DREAM Act

And now a word for you brought from California about various “lures” being signed into law that should by all conditions inspire more illegal immigrants to flow indiscriminately into the State. Having ‘done my time’ in California and I mean … Continue reading

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Illegals receiving billions according to Treasury Department

According to the U.S. Treasury Department, illegal aliens are bilking the federal government for billions because they are filing fraudulent returns, and the sum is much higher than even a top group opposed to illegal immigration has estimated The Treasury … Continue reading

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Learning from history?

Ahem…pop in any history class, even stand outside of one and you will undoubtedly hear: “We learn from those who came before us–in a historical perspective–of what to do and what not to do. Furthermore, without question every history professor I’ve known … Continue reading

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