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Will we see Executive Action from Obama next week?

The political winds of immigration keep shifting. It is rather hard to keep track.  The question of the moment is this: will President Obama announce executive actions on immigration reform next week? 252 more words

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The Border

First of all, it’s been over two months since the last serious post. An unexpected death in the family and a work schedule from the lower depths of Hell has not been conducive to writing.

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Political

"Marco Rubio, Leader Of The Pack": The Best Way To Stop A Lynch Mob Is To Lead It

It really is amazing the extent to which partisan and ideological predispositions can affect how one interprets the same data. I look at Marco Rubio’s behavior on the immigration issue over the last sixteen months and see an… 417 more words

Republicans

ANOTHER STEP TOWARD MARTIAL LAW?

I have been concerned about an ongoing Obama presidency since H.J. Res 5 was introduced to congress in 2009 by Rep. Jose Serrano (D). Rep. Serrano has introduced similar bills on about six occasions that I can find, dating back to the Clinton presidency. 468 more words

Health Care

Idiots With Guns! Who Would Have Guessed This Might Happen?

A border patrol agent is chasing suspected border crossers along the Texas/Mexico border. A man with a gun comes up behind the border patrol agent. The border patrol agent fires shots. 35 more words

Conservative Politics

Mexico - Guatemala agree on illegals

MEXICO, GUATEMALA FAST-TRACK DELIVERY OF ILLEGALS TO U.S.
Dateline July 13, 2014

By Jerome R. Corsi, WND

NEW YORK – Mexico and Guatemala have reached an agreement that is intended to make it easier and safer for Central Americans, including unaccompanied minors, to enter the United States illegally. 167 more words

Government

Immigration Reform Moving in Michigan; Stalled in Washington

The Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance has been following the growing need for immigration reform within the United States and Michigan.  In 2011, twenty eight percent… 321 more words

Michigan