It’s a shame that Arizona has to take responsibility for matters the United States government should be handling. Is immigration, in this day and age, not a national security concern? The primary role of the federal government is to secure the citizens living within the borders
The wheels are “in-motion” to remove the military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy. Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted to repeal the policy that so many progressive-minded Democrats’ say is “discriminatory.”
In yet another instance, U.S. government officials–who pride themselves on idealist principles–have realized that their criticism of the British Petroleum (BP) oil company was a bit premature. The United States government certainly has the authority to handle cleanup efforts in the Gulf of Mexico, courtesy of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
It is simply stunning to watch a foreign leader–invited by Democrats in the House and Senate–come into a joint session of Congress to criticize fellow American citizens for enacting policy that keeps our country safe
In just a short time, New Jersey’s newly-elected Governor Chris Christie has stood up to corrupt unions, challenged the leftist media to engage him with real arguments, and submitted budget reforms that will actually solve the state debt/deficit crisis.
President Obama certainly realizes the political ramifications of this selection. Republicans will not be able to refute her record, because she has little-to-no paper trail to dissect
Immigration laws are necessary to protect the well-being of this country–even if it makes the process of becoming a citizen a little bit more difficult for outsiders. What’s the value of being an American citizen if our government is unwilling to make the tough decisions to protect us?