When did Republicans become the party willing to play a game of chicken with our national security? In their ceaseless drive to undermine President Obama at every turn, they have now backed themselves into a corner with no easy way to get out.
Five million people were just informed they don't have to worry about uprooting their entire lives and be sent back to a country they no longer call home. Five million people were just informed they will be able to come out of the shadows and not have to continue to constantly look over their shoulders.
Warning! Ebola has reached the shores of the United States. As most people know, a man traveling from Liberia, one of the infected countries, was diagnosed with Ebola on September 29 in a Dallas hospital. He has since been quarantined and the people he was in contact with have been notified and are under observation for the next 21 days.
When does corporal punishment cross the line into child abuse? This is a question that will garner a different answer from a broad swath of people and one that is not easy to come by. Some people, especially those from an earlier generation, tend to strongly believe in the right to discipline their child in a way they see fit.
The 29 year old actress Scarlett Johansson, is finally expecting her first child with her fiance Romain Dauriac. You may know her from some of her extraordinary roles in: 'The Avengers', 'Don Jon', 'Iron Man 2', and the list goes on, and on. Dauraic is a French journalist, and was the editor of French urban art magazine 'Clark' before becoming the manager of a creative agency.
Immigrants News & Opinion Articles
|Thu Sep 24, 2015 | bigstory.ap.org|
Standing before a rapt Congress, Pope Francis issued a ringing call to action on behalf of immigrants Thursday, urging lawmakers to embrace "the stranger in our midst" as...
|Tue Jan 27, 2015 | politico.com|
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch plans to tell senators that she doesn’t believe President Barack Obama has blanket power to grant “amnesty” to undocumented...
|Sun Jan 25, 2015 | theatlantic.com|
With the debate over immigration in America locked in a stalemate, it would seem neither side has much to fight for. And yet both sides are fighting furiously—in Congress,...
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