Category Archives: Immigration

The Issue of Executive Orders on Immigration, and on Slavery

On April 22, 1793 President George Washington issued the first ever executive order, which, bypassing Congress, instructed federal officers to prosecute any citizens who interfered in the war between France and England. GOP President Theodore Roosevelt was the first President … Continue reading

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Impeachment? Bring It On, gop, Bring It On!

Now THIS is the Barack Obama that we thought we elected in 2008 and again in 2012, an Obama will will stand up for what is right in the face of not just overpowering gop opposition, but also to low … Continue reading

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Arizona’s 1st Congressional District: Typical Arizona

Arizona’s First Congressional District has seen major changes in its makeup over and over again, due to redistricting, fueled by partisan Gerrymandering. Despite the fact that the current officeholder, Ann Kirkpatrick, is a Democrat, it is a republican district, and … Continue reading

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Non-Voters Are Giving Power to Extremists

Main-stream thinkers, the people who believe in government and who believe in humanity, also think nothing of handing over the reigns of power to extremists who believe in far different values, by virtue of their failure to vote. This was … Continue reading

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Drivers’ Licenses for the Undocumented Protect the Rest of Us

Arguments rejecting the idea of allowing undocumented US residents to qualify for drivers’ licenses are based on ignorance and racism, and ignore the basic facts that such licensing serves to substantially protect the rest of us. The knee-jerk reaction of … Continue reading

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