Just when you think the whole world is - or should be - spinning into oblivion, a story gets your attention and reminds you that this is all fixable.
Buried in the Oct. 30 Washington Post was a bland headline: "Report Points to Faster Recovery in Jobs for Immigrants."
The DREAM Act is heading to the U.S. Senate for a vote. Just in case this passes, we thought you’d like a handy reference guide to help you choose your options wisely:
If the Pelosi-Reid liberals are in a hissy fit over the tax-cut deal negotiated by Barack Obama, they have only themselves to blame.
The Dream Act is amnesty in the most meritorious sense. Many of those eligible to participate came as babes in arms or as young children.
How many times have we heard the Democrats repeat the cliché “Do it for the children” as an excuse to forward the left wing agenda?
When I was a Senate staffer more than a decade ago, Republicans hit on a tactic to advance school choice.
To understand Washington DC, you have to first stop listening to the rhetoric, and start watching the behavior. As TV character Michael Weston aptly puts it, “Watch my actions, not my words.” Underneath all the bluster, we live in a single party country where the Republicans and Democrats are just different factions of a big-government loving elite feasting on the plunder of an enormous bureaucracy.
This failed Congress needs to close up shop and go home. They have become the unwelcome house guest, staying and staying and indifferent to every hint the host can give to clear out.
Open-borders radicalism means never having to apologize for absurd self-contradiction.
For most of us, the holidays are a time for reflection. You would think that the Democrats would take advantage of the opportunity after their latest “shellacking.” Instead, the Party of Pelosi, Reid, and Obama sees the season as just one more opportunity to sneak past legislation to rob the American people of a future.
A liberal friend of mine sent out an email this past week urging all of the recipients to urge their Representative and Senator to push for the passage of the Dream Act when Congress reconvenes next week.
And should Republicans oblige?