06 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

A Laundry List of What President Obama Can Do On Immigration

“There’s really no such thing as the ‘voiceless’. There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably unheard.” -Arundhati Roy Ju Hong’s “yelling” to issue an executive order to stop deportations echoed across the country, and has sparked a series of actions mostly calling on the President to use his¬†executive authority to stop deportations. Over […]

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30 December 2008 ~ 0 Comments

ICE Detaining Ukrainian Woman Willing and Paying to Leave the United States

This one should outrage every American taxpayer. She served jail time for a conspiracy to commit marriage fraud. She had a detainer placed on her by ICE, so after she was done serving this time, ICE came to the jail and took her to Fairfax, VA to fill out paper-work on September 18, 2008.¬† She […]

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13 November 2008 ~ 0 Comments

War on Illegals caused Economic Collapse?

An opinion from the Blue Mass Group: This is an aging country. Only the illegal immigrants with their young families were consuming enough housing, food, clothing, and transportation resources over the past several years to keep the economy growing. Then the Oppression started. Record numbers of immigrants were deported last year. The number of illegals […]

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17 October 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Day 3 – Breaking the Fast

This morning I woke up completely weak and feeling faint. I suppose going to the gym and continuing to work is not a brilliant idea while fasting. Unfortunately, I have to break my fast tonight since I cannot afford to miss another tennis class (already missed 3 due to exams)! As a result of this […]

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23 May 2008 ~ 0 Comments

ICE Raids – Impact on American Children and Families

The Education and Labor Subcommittee on Workforce Protections held hearings this past week concerning “ICE Workplace Raids: Their Impact on U.S. Children, Families, and Communities.” Witnesses explored how immigration enforcement could be improved in order to protect children, most of whom are American citizens.     Subcommittee Chairwoman Lynn Woolsey opened the hearing with a […]

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