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Mass immigration means massive problems for America

OCALA, Fla., August 5, 2014 — If you oppose immigration amnesty, chances are that accusations of “racism”, “bigotry”, and who knows what else won’t be far off. What about people who support lowering rates of legal immigration? Throwing out labels and platitudes designed to scare away debate aren’t as potent then. So, to shed light ...

Illegal immigration is taking jobs and risking lives

OCALA, Fla., July 31, 2014 — The Republican-controlled U.S. House is considering a legislative conference with the Democratic-dominated Senate to amend an immigration bill signed by George W. Bush in 2008. This law, in long and short, established the current immigration policy for unaccompanied illegal alien minors. While President Barack Obama wrote executive mandates which ...

President Obama’s ‘hope’ for ‘change’ caused the border crisis

OCALA, Fla., July 29, 2014 — America’s southern border is in chaos. Everyone from San Diego to Shanghai must know that by now. The question, however, is what is causing the crisis. In 2012, President Barack Obama took executive action after Congress failed to pass the DREAM Act. This proposed law is oft-discussed even today. Unfortunately, ...

Catholic Charities took money from Obama to help illegal aliens

OCALA, Fla., July 17, 2014 — During the 2012 presidential election, Republicans thought they had found a sure path to victory. While it was obvious that long-coveted Hispanics — who, according to Pew, are 65 percent Mexican in heritage — weren’t going to budge, something else showed promise. This wasn’t the support of an ancestral ...

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Obama’s fiddling over illegal immigration hurts African-Americans

LOS ANGELES, July 14, 2014 — “Illegal alien women and children given a free pass into America; African-Americans hardest hit.” You will not see this headline in any mainstream media newspaper or online feed, but it is a reflection of the truth. Despite the hope of some African-Americans that the first black president would usher ...