Post Tagged with: "citizenship"

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That Which is Impossible to Ignore

The election results from 2008 represented the second exception to the rule, the first being Clinton’s innocent boy hoodwinking of the voting public. In both cases, Clinton and now Obama, the road to the Oval Office traveled through and was filtered by our main stream media (MSM). Given these two exceptions, stemming largely from public emotion rather than logic, our MSM has forever turned the corner into large disbursements of governmental propaganda.

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Our Priorities Are Reversed

Our Priorities Are Reversed

The sunshine is starting to fade down here in Florida as it appears that a portion of legally registered voters are now offended when asked to show their proof of citizenship. Consider the extra effort which this requirement entails and at the same time, what it protects. This objection of an “extra burden and barrier” is unsubstantiated given the many instances where providing a personal ID has become a normal routine.

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A naturalization ceremony at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello (Photo credit: Waldo Jaquith)

GOP, American and Christian Values: Illegal Immigration

These days, there seems to be a tremendous amount of misunderstanding and misinformation about values and what values are characteristic of certain groups. This article examines the issue of illegal immigration, and considers it in light of Republican values, American values, and Christian values. What is the practical and documentary evidence for each?

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