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I Am a Terrorist


I realized this morning, in the middle of my first cup of coffee, that I should be classified as a terrorist! I mean who knew? Thinking back, Janet Napolitano accused veterans of being potential terrorists.  I’m a veteran who spent … Continue reading

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What In The World Are They Thinking?


Could some lawyer reading this please tell me how willfully and publicly flouting federal law is not punished? I understand the concept of prosecutorial discretion, but that’s for the equivalent of jay-walking, not major felonies, correct? Well, I’m not talking … Continue reading

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Is Immigration Really a “Human Right”?


There are lots of erroneous assumptions that underpin the so-called Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill that just passed the Senate. Let’s take a look at the question of “human rights”.  There’s been a lot of hot air generated using the phrase, … Continue reading

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How are We Setting Immigration Policy?


Immigration always seems to be a very divisive issue, whether there is an election on the horizon or not.  Over the years, laws (which are the ultimate embodiment of policies) have been passed to limit the number of immigrants that … Continue reading

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Who Should Be Responsible? America or Mexico?


The continuing drain on America’s resources for the benefit of non-Americans presents, I believe, a national crisis.  With national debt now at the $15 trillion level, it is reasonable to view such expenditures for the health and education of people … Continue reading

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