“There is no place for taxpayer funding of organizations that profit from taking away innocent life, much less profiting off the bodies of the lives they have stolen. Congress should immediately begin an investigation of Planned Parenthood’s activities regarding the sale and transfer of aborted body parts, including who is obtaining them and what they are being used for.
As Hunter noted in 2011: “States and cities that refuse to thoroughly and consistently enforce federal immigration laws directly undermine our nation’s enforcement efforts. For many of these states and localities, despite maintaining sanctuary policies, SCAAP remains an available funding source for the purpose of paying salaries, overtime costs, bonuses and other things.”
Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) appeared on “Hannity” last night to discuss his proposal to ban law enforcement training funds from cities like San Francisco that protect illegal aliens (including many killers and thieves) from deportation by ICE.
Last week, Congressman Steve King (R-IA) was on CNN to discuss illegal aliens, same-sex marriage and a variety of other issues involving national security and social conservative issues. The CNN host relentlessly challenged King on his views. If only CNN hosts would do the same when Hillary Clinton is being interviewed. Instead, they toss softball questions to Hillary and let her lies go unchallenged.
“The committee has issued several subpoenas, but I have not sought to make them public. I would not make this one public now, but after Secretary Clinton falsely claimed the committee did not subpoena her, I have no choice in order to correct the inaccuracy.”
The Mexican had been deported five times and was staying in San Francisco because its liberal leaders have made it a “sanctuary” city and won’t report illegals to the Immigration service for deportation. In addition, under Obama, illegals are unlikely to be deported even if they are caught.
Swapping one set of federal requirements for another, however, does not eliminate the problem of Washington overreach in the classroom. Instead of acting like a national school board, the Department of Education should empower states, school districts, educators, and parents to decide what is best for their students. They are in a unique position to evaluate specific needs and challenges. They should have the flexibility to find targeted solutions to meet these needs.
I get on my knees every night and thank God I live in a country people are trying to break into, not out of. Are there some people who come here with nefarious goals? Yes. But I would never besmirch all the people who come here.”
In a letter to his wife in 1776, John Adams predicted that great anniversary celebrations marked with “pomp and parade” would take place each year on the Second of July, the day the Continental Congress voted to declare independence from Britain.
Consider this: what if the U.S. military chain of command came down and mandated respect for a Christian celebration? And don’t start frothing because last Christmas season the dining facility at Guantanamo Bay (GITMO) was ordered taken down. Also, we know religious references and symbols at the venerable Air Force Academy Chapel’s windows were assaulted by atheist groups. So is there a bit of a hypocrisy in ordering our military to observe the celebrations of one religion while challenging another’s?