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Tag Archives: Luis Gutierrez
Residents in Jacksonville (Fla.) may not have realized it, but the Chicago ‘Moses’ was in the First Coast City recently to do some politicking for Mayor Alvin Brown.
Media have failed again as the watchdogs many claim to be in covering rumors about President Barack Obama’s threats to enact de facto legislation on immigration. We might as well call it legislation, because that’s what it will be if … Continue reading
Stories by a number of elitist media ignore details in legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives to address the lapse in national security and the recent increase in breaches at the southern border. The House passed a common sense border bill that … Continue reading
As the latest scandal for Democrats plays out in the VA hospital system, media have missed the broader story about the “progressive” party. For years, at every turn, scandals and corruption have surfaced within both state and federal government bureaucracies … Continue reading
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is known primarily as a single issue congressman. For him, it’s all about immigration, and he’s been so vocal about it, he echoed major political player the U.S. Chamber of Commerce whose president said that if … Continue reading
A roundup of under-covered or ignored news, courtesy of the Blogosphere. OBAMACARE finally put a smile on the president’s face despite the fact the enrollments don’t come close to the figure he originally cited as uninsured—45-46 million. While the several … Continue reading