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The Qarmout Immigration Plan: Part 1

Sooner more than later the U.S. Congress will have to come to terms with the issue of illegal immigration, specifically: what do we do with millions of illegal immigrants who have taken up residence here? It’s a thorny political issue … Continue reading

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In a Responsible and Sensitive Way

For the past two months, the informed and active portion of the GOP electorate has been following Rockin’ Robbo Eichmann’s determination to destroy U.S. Senate candidate Bader Qarmout with much the same fascination that movie-going audiences back in 1956 watched … Continue reading

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If You Enforce It, They Will Go

One of the most common – and easily dispatched – shibboleths of the illegal immigration debate is the rejoinder often heard from Democrats and liberals regarding strict enforcement of current federal immigration laws: “What are we supposed to do, simply … Continue reading

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