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Immigration and Citizenship

“Clinton To Call For ‘Full And Equal Path To Citizenship'”

It should be remembered that Hillary Clinton was in the Senate when George Bush tried to push through a comprehensive immigration reform in 2005 and she didn’t support it. 84 more words

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Tooling up: civic visions, fablabs and grassroots activism

What happens when public authorities take an interest in makerspaces? Who gets empowered by initiatives to give tools to the people, and what kinds of citizenship are envisaged? 63 more words

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Clinton to talk immigration during campaign stop in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton intends to draw an early distinction with Republicans on illegal immigration, pointing to a pathway to citizenship as an essential part of any overhaul in Congress. 708 more words

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All Hail Liberland!

You know that patch of garden in the back yard you’ve forgotten to water or mow since Madonna wasn’t Joan Rivers?

Careful, cuz someone might just “liberate” it and form their own country. 1,046 more words

Ayn Rand(om)

Whirlwind Start to the Term

Week 1 went by like a whirlwind with an assortment of activities and events hosted in the Learning Hub.  This week was a true demonstration of how the space can be utilised in many different ways. 454 more words

Learning Hub Journey

When dual citizenship becomes conflict of interest | TheHill

Making the case for disclosure in the US political system of dual nationality and potential conflicts of interest:

Current entries on the Internet contain a number of undocumented assertions as to which members of Congress and senior officers are dual citizens.  

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Never Mind the Bolloxs Here's the Labour Party.

Normally at every election you hear the same cliche’ ridden stereotypical bullshit about how hopeless and dysfunctional the other political party is. This to some extent is true from each political doctrine; whether it be centre right or centre left, green or liberal. 1,099 more words

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