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On why my husband does what he does #ImmigrationReform

“Mr. Smith,

I am writing to you today in appreciation for your wonderful help towards our case. We were all very fortunate to have found you. 153 more words


Come On Now. Stop Your Whining!

How quickly Republicans forget! It seems that House Speaker John Boehner hates the filibuster as much as Mitch McConnell. Which would be amusing if it weren’t so pathetic. 182 more words

Conservative Politics

Like A Turtle On It's Back, McConnell Seems Helpless!

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is getting some payback. And he doesn’t like it. Democrats have filibustered Republican attempts to defund Obama’s Immigration Actions and suddenly Mitch McConnell is wondering what this filibuster thing is all about. 99 more words

Conservative Politics

Suddenly Republicans Seem To Dislike Filibusters!

Well we all knew it was coming. Over the past six years the Republican minority Senate has used the filibuster a record number of times. They clogged up the works and didn’t allow much to get done. 142 more words

Conservative Politics

Sleeper Cells: The Immigration Component of the Threat

Frontpage, by Michael Cutler, Jan. 23, 2015:

In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, France terror raids were carried out in Belgium and Greece to identify, locate and hunt down so-called “sleepers cells.” Journalists and politicians have finally raised the issue of the threats potentially posed by sleeper agents in the United States, going back to the future — the same concerns about sleeper cells in the United States were voiced in the wake of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 including by the then-director of the FBI, Robert Mueller. 635 more words

Counter Jihad Report

On #ImmigrationReform or the lack thereof ~

Many view reform as building longer, higher walls, and deporting the lot of ‘them.’ Newsbreak: that does not even begin to solve the problem. Painting a simple picture, is far from helpful or accurate. 135 more words

Empty Nest

When will USCIS start accepting applications for DAPA?

USCIS will not start accepting applications for DAPA until May 2015.

Before the forms are published and guidance is issued, our office is able to conduct research and advise potential clients if they are prima facie eligible for DAPA. 275 more words

Immigration Reform