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Shake up at Homeland Security, "Special Visas" Involved

Shake up at Homeland Security, “Special Visas” Involved

Not long before he became governor of Virginia, Democrat Terry McAuliffe received special treatment on behalf of his electric-car company from a top official at the Department of Homeland Security, according to a new report from the department’s inspector general. 623 more words

American History

REID EPSTEIN: Scott Walker Adjusts Stance on Immigration at Private Dinner

Wall Street Journal: Likely GOP presidential candidate says he backs allowing undocumented immigrants becoming eligible for citizenship

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told a private dinner of New Hampshire Republicans this month that he backed the idea of allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the country and to eventually become eligible for citizenship, a position at odds with his previous public statements on the matter. 42 more words


9 Things You Should Know About Digital Citizenship

In January 2013, UCT’s Centre for Open Learning hosted a free lecture on Digital Citizenship. The talk addressed issues of privacy, reputation management and the responsibilities that come with using the Internet. 460 more words


Ted The Natural Born Citizen


Is Ted the Cruz eligible to be President of the United States? Short answer – Yes. for the same reason that Barack Obama is. Should he be President is a different question. 47 more words

News & Notes

Though A Good Man, Cruz Is Not Eligible

I have read Ted Cruz’s announcement speech at Liberty university. It is a good speech, given by a good man. However, none of this changes the fact that Ted Cruz is ineligible to be president; he is not a natural-born citizen. 304 more words

“Welcome Home” New Americans Visit SD Capital

On Thursday, March 5th before the sun rose, 53 adult refugee and immigrant learners from the Center for New Americans got on a bus to take them to visit South Dakota’s capital.  490 more words

Refugee & Immigration

Cruz Renounces Canadian Citizenship

TYT Network

Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz has announced his bid for President of the United States in the 2016 Presidential race.

This makes him the first to announce his intention to run, hoping to become the Republican candidate. 26 more words