Well, I suppose you could see this coming.
Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner has decided to push for GOP authored legislation giving amnesty to illegal aliens.
Last month, Speaker Boehner was pretty vocal about not negotiating on the ridiculous amnesty bill passed by the Senate. But it’s a different day now.
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This week we have been looking at the economics aspects of Pope Francis’s Evangelii Gaudium, here, and here, from an American perspective, and quite frankly they range from leftist to communist. I doubt that is exactly what he meant so maybe our reading is not quite what he meant. Because our culture doesn’t do economics or law […] . . . → Read More: Evangelii Gaudium and the Rule of Law
ine you’re a judge ruling on an immigration case. The illegal alien in front of you got into America originally using a student visa, although he apparently never attended classes or got a degree. Nor did he leave when the visa expired, as the law required. He was actually ordered deported twice, once in in 1986 and again in 1989, appealed his deportation and then lost his appeal in 1992…after which he simply skipped out and remained in America. . . . → Read More: When The Rule Of Law means Nothing
I don’t have much to add to this, I pretty much agree with Sherry. I think it to be the base problem of our country. We’re going to have a major problem in being the America we know and love without an honorably citizenry. We always had a subset of dishonorable citizens (see any […] . . . → Read More: In My Lifetime…America transforms from honorable to dishonorable in fifty years-a commentary by Don Koenig
From the Heritage Foundation Thanksgiving Proclamation Issued by President George Washington, at the request of Congress, on October 3, 1789 By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His […] . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving
We write a lot here about politics and we write even more (I hope) about history. We try, sometimes well, and sometimes probably not so well, to connect one to the other. Tomorrow will be that most truly American of holidays, Thanksgiving. Rightly it is the day we stop and give thanks to God, or […] . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving, and Freedom