Merit based immigration

If we insist on continuing the policy of unlimited immigration, why not allow people with skills that can add to the United States greatness rather than infect the economy with additional welfare receipients.  If you do not have an experienced skill then you should not qualify for a legal permanent residence. President Trump on Wednesday teamed up with two conservative […]

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France Honors America as Bastille Day


France will welcome U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump on Thursday and Friday as the country celebrates Bastille Day and honors America as its “national guest of honor” at the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I.  French President Emmanuel Macron personally invited Trump to France for the celebrations.  Trump and his wife left […]

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North Korea is making alarming progress in its ballistic-missile and nuclear-weapons programs. Russia and China are developing and fielding advanced weapons against which the U.S. may not be able to defend. Al Qaeda operates in more countries than ever. Islamic State is targeting the West and launching attacks throughout Europe and the Middle East. Iran is supporting terrorist organizations across […]

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Leakin’ Lyin’ Cowardly JEdgar

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is firing back at former FBI Director James Comey, after he suggested in Thursday’s hearing that there might be more than meets the eye to the AG’s recusal from the Russia probe.  Sessions recused himself from “any existing or future investigations” regarding the 2016 presidential race in early March, after facing bipartisan pressure to step aside […]

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North Korea

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. is considering “all options” to counter North Korea’s nuclear threat while criticizing China over moves to block a missile-defense system on the peninsula.  In some of his most detailed comments yet on North Korea, Tillerson ruled out a negotiated freeze of its nuclear weapons program and called for a wider alliance to […]

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Immigration: The deportation rules announced this week by Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly were greeted with the expected outrage from the usual suspects. But since when is enforcing the law a crime?  In this case, the law that Kelly plans to enforce is the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, which was approved by 52 Democrats in the Senate […]

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