Tag Archive for "Immigration Policy"May 2, 2012
Indiana’s WBIW provides information about a WTHI-TV investigation into a $4 billion tax scam where illegal aliens claim multiple dependents in other countries – including nieces and nephews – on their tax returns to claim tens of thousands of dollars in tax refunds.
Damn it. Just when I was ready to forget the couch time with Pelosi and support for Didi Scozzafava and handful of other politically opportunistic RINO-tastic moves by the former Speaker of the House – just when I thought I had my Not Romney all picked out – Gingrich goes and throws out a deal breaker on me.
Gay groups are going after retailers Target and Best Buy for contributions the companies made to a group supporting Minnesota Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer, an opponent of gay “marriage.”
74% of Americans disagree with failed President Barack Obama’s opposition to Arizona’s tough law against illegal immigration, with 57% calling the law “about right” and another 17% thinking the law doesn’t go far enough in battling the scourge of illegal immigration.
If there’s one truth Americans should be able to agree on, it’s that slavery was uniquely horrible and that, short of actually enslaving people, nothing is or will ever be comparable.
Barack Obama told a crowd “Being an American is not a matter of blood or birth, it’s a matter of faith” during a speech about how important it is to give amnesty to illegal aliens this morning.
Arizona Senator Jon Kyl told a town hall meeting audience last week that, during a private meeting with Barack Obama, Obama told him that he was not securing the borders because, if he did, then Republicans would have no reason to support “Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” which is government-speak for Amnesty.
A side benefit of the media’s proclivity to call any policy disagreement with Barack Obama in particular or liberals as a whole “racist” is that blindly charging “racism” now means absolutely nothing.
A sign photographed at a recent protest against Arizona’s tough new immigration law is making waves.