Headliner of the week for immigration patriots was President Trump’s immigration reform proposal, which he sent to Congress for their perusal last Sunday. The proposal is a very detailed 70-point list under three main headings:
- Border Security (27 items)
- Interior Enforcement (39 items)
- Merit-Based Immigration System (four items)
Item-wise, the biggest heading there is the second one, “Interior Enforcement.” That’s very welcome.
Of course we need improved border security so that people don’t enter our country without permission. That comes under the first heading. An equally pressing problem, though, is the millions of foreigners who are living and working here, and using our schools and hospitals and public services, who should not be here.
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Ever since Ron Paul retired from public life in 2012, libertarians have been completely rudderless. As much as libertarians may like to delude themselves that they do not need leaders, it has become abundantly clear that they need them as much as anyon…
Despite widely held views, American regression has long been taking place.
by SHANE QUINN
October 11, 2017
The United States’ decline can be traced as far back as 1949, when the world’s dominant power unexpectedly suffered the “loss” of China. It was a monumental early blow to US strategic planners, who were carefully executing dreams of unchallenged global dominance.
read more at http://theduran.com/us-decline-ongoing-remains-undisputed-military-master/
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Here are a few tips for engaging in a healthy conversation with your teen about the hazards of colluding with Russia:
Wed, Oct 11, 2017
Even the best-behaved teen is likely to encounter a situation where he or she is tempted to collude with Russia.
Unfortunately for parents, a teen’s natural tendency to test the limits of independence can often manifest itself in his or her exchanging sensitive information with Russian emissaries for material or other rewards.
read more at http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/how-talk-your-teen-about-colluding-russia/
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Veda Carter thought she could protect her son as long as a jail cell was available. For more than 10 years, she tried to find Corey Carter quality, consistent treatment. Corey had schizophrenia and, sometimes, he struggled with paranoia. The Corey whom Veda knew and loved would start to change. That’s when Veda knew she and Corey needed to make the 100-mile drive from Valliant, a small town in southeast Oklahoma, to McAlester.&nbs […]
Read the full article at Oklahoma’s Political News service, www.SoonerPolitics.org .
Another Red River rivalryBy OCPA President Jonathan SmallEach year in October, Oklahoma’s eyes turn south of the Red River to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas for the annual football rivalry between OU and Texas. Texas has won 61 of those games, OU has now wo…
“Fan protests broke out surrounding Marvel Comics’ announcement of a joint venture with U.S. defense contractor Northrop Grumman. In short order, Marvel had scrapped the joint venture entirely.”
“There is but one true bipartisan subject: the Pentagon. War, it turns out, is the ultimate domestic scam and your tax dollars are its heart and soul.”
“We are reliving the Vietnam War because no one was ever really held responsible for its horrors.”
“The JFK Records Act, enacted in 1992 in response to public outrage over continued official secrecy in the JFK assassination, required the CIA and other federal agencies to release all their records relating to the JFK assassination. Someone, however, slipped a provision into the law entitling the CIA (and other federal agencies) to wait another 25 years to release their records. Taking advantage of that provision, the CIA withheld tens of thousands of pages of records, no doubt thinking that another 25 years was a long time away.”
The Boy Scouts are now open to girls. And the Girl Scouts aren’t happy. They want to know what’s wrong with a girl being a Girl Scout. Besides, what would you call a girl in the Boy Scouts? Some people think this will lead to sex abuse in the woods. But I think it’s all
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“A crippling flaw in a widely used code library has fatally undermined the security of millions of encryption keys used in some of the highest-stakes settings, including national identity cards, software- and application-signing, and trusted platform modules protecting government and corporate computers.”