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After crime hearing honoring victims, USCIS stats should be questioned

buy cheap Pregabalin online Families of victims slain by foreign nationals in the US illegally testified on Tuesday at a Senate hearing where testimony was also given by Citizenship and Immigration Services director Leon Rodriguez. Rodriguez cited some statistics that should be questioned. The … Continue reading

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Feds aim to reshape your community but ignore victims killed in their own neighborhoods

It’s no secret the regime currently in charge of the federal government is obsessed with skin color. Now the Obama administration has decided to shape neighborhoods across the country in the name of diversity. The goal is far beyond legitimate … Continue reading

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Are sanctuary cities a subject in need of a lawsuit?

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Jamiel’s Law referred to committee, gets cosponsors

By Kay B. Day “It was an honor to have Jamiel Shaw speak at Conservative Opportunity Society and share his story of his 17 year old son, Jamiel Shaw II, being murdered by an illegal alien the very day after … Continue reading

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Father of teen killed because he was black asks Congress to act on new law

Commentary by Kay B. Day Jamiel Shaw, Sr., wants Congress to act on a new law named for his son who was killed because he was black. 

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