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If you want to know why it’s Important who picks the next Supreme Court Justice

If you want a good example of why it will be very important who gets to appoint future Supreme Court nominees, here it is: an equally divided Supreme Court couldn’t come to agreement on Obama’s executive actions on immigration, thus … Continue reading

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Did the President do the right thing on Immigration?

What did the President do? The President used his executive authority to direct the Department of Homeland Security to direct their enforcement activities on “national security threats, serious criminals, and recent border crossers,” and away from other illegals, especially the … Continue reading

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The Immigration Imbroglio

There is a veritable brouhaha brewing between President Obama and the Republican Congress over the President’s threat to engage in unilateral executive action on immigration. Apparently he’s going to issue the order today and deliver a speech to the nation … Continue reading

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