“Like many more immigrants like myself, I came to this country to seek a living, because living over there was very, very poor. Work was scarce and hard. 616 more words
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I’ve touched on the subject of the disappearance of SPF from public places in several posts. Many others have also expressed disappointment over this.
Once again, the spotlight falls on SPF prompted by the rioting in Little India just as it did over the police officer who murdered two persons in Kovan. 353 more words
Little coverage is out there on the so-called interim agreement the U.S. entered into with Iran on November 24, 2013. Reuters has a great piece on the full details, but let me focus on this little known factoid that we have thousands of Iranian students over here, “more than at any time…” studying… yep, Math and Science. 259 more words
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona remains among the top three states in the nation for immigration-related prosecutions despite a drop in such prosecutions in the state. 120 more words
The bad news is that a Coalition deal in Germany is likely to see Foreign drivers charged for using the Autobahns. This is bad new for us serious petrolheads who enjoy a serious blast on our motorcycles on the way down to Italy or Slovenia. 141 more words