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Using a Little Truth to Sell a Lie

I came across the following picture on Facebook today:

There are only two elements of truth to this propaganda, but those two elements are enough to lend it credibility with those who choose not to pay attention to what is actually going on in this country. 911 more words


Huppenthal requests $1million to “embrace” illegal kids

John Huppenthal, the wildly erratic state superintendent of public instruction, is requesting the federal government pony up $1 million for educating the illegal alien children being housed in Arizona. 297 more words

We Have A Voice

Conundrum for socialists in America

This is copied from a poster on a yahoo news story today.  It was so good, I didn’t think it needed much explanation.  What do you think? 282 more words


Rand Paul convinces Guatemalan president to review adoption rules to curb illegal immigration

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said in an exclusive interview Thursday that during his visit there he convinced Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina to reevaluate intercountry adoption policies. 355 more words

Rand Paul

Family Detention: Are We Repeating the Mistakes of Hutto?

While much recent media attention has focused on the influx of 62,998* unaccompanied Central American children seeking refuge in the U.S., the number of family border crossings has spiked as well. 1,455 more words

Politics & Policy

California Democrats Threaten California's Economy

The following article, not the title above arrives from the National Center for Policy Analysis. This Center prefers to avoid naming names in its reports. California, as is mentioned below “is financially strained” and “$1.1 trillion in debt” the cost caused by the Left to bribe voters, the inevitable product of lefty leadership. 353 more words


California To Give Legal Aid To Immigrant Minors

SACRAMENTO (AP) – California lawmakers will approve legislation supported by Gov. Jerry Brown to spend $3 million in state money to provide legal help for unaccompanied children from Central America, Democratic leaders announced Thursday. 350 more words