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Illegal Immigration Opinion Piece

According to the Pew Hispanic Center, there were anywhere from 11.1 to 12.2 million illegal immigrants in the United States as of 2012. Their more specific estimate for 2012 is 11.7 million. 451 more words

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Links for 8-30-2014

  • Former Associated Press reporter and editor Matti Friedman explains how the mainstream media slants coverage of Israel:

    When the people responsible for explaining the world to the world, journalists, cover the Jews’ war as more worthy of attention than any other, when they portray the Jews of Israel as the party obviously in the wrong, when they omit all possible justifications for the Jews’ actions and obscure the true face of their enemies, what they are saying to their readers—whether they intend to or not—is that Jews are the worst people on earth.

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The Honk and Holler Opening Soon, by Billie Letts ****

This is a bittersweet story about quirky yet ordinary characters in a little out-of-the-way place in Oklahoma. The point of view swings from one perspective to another. 195 more words

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Out of State Plates

As a kid, I used to motor my way through Sweet Valley High fictional series. I loved the elementary school years, the junior high years, the high school years, and I even read some of the college years and special editions. 958 more words

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No Tunisia expat polling in Libya, Iraq, Syria

Tunisians living in Libya, Syria and Iraq will not be able to cast ballots Tunisian presidential and parliamentary polls slated for later this year, according to the country’s election commission. 108 more words

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Obama's delay on immigration creates uncertainty

Come on voters, don’t fall for this line.  It’s just a smokescreen until after you sheeple vote Democrat, then Obummer will screw you again.  Obama’s possible delay in taking action on immigration has thrown advocates and lawmakers from both parties a curveball, barely two months before the midterm elections. 399 more words

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