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immigration reform

Rubio’s Two Faces on Immigration

June 11, 2013

I’ve been very critical of Senator Marco Rubio lately, and for good reason — his “evolving” position on immigration “reform” now includes changing his point of view based upon his audience. On the Rush Limbaugh program in January Rubio believed: First of all, legalization does not begin automatically. We don’t want to wait on legalizing [...]

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Not Sure About This Marco Rubio Fellow Anymore

June 1, 2013

The centripetal force of the statist-leaning ruling class in DC is enormous.  It gobbles up new, bright-eyed members all the time and spits out more of the same junk. Unfortunately, a once bright shining star in my eyes, Marco Rubio, has been caught up in it.  Nothing proves that more than how he’s become a [...]

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Stymieing Immigration Reform

January 29, 2013

A conglomeration of eight Senators, including Marco Rubio amongst the usual suspects of Lindsey Grahamesty, John McCain, Chuck Schumer, came out yesterday with a possible road map for comprehensive immigration reform.  Not to be outmaneuvered, President Obama offered his enthusiasm, but also a caveat tor two which should make the fledgeling sprouts of consensus wither [...]

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Arizona Gets Serious About the Border

April 24, 2010

Yesterday, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed a piece of legislation which would give police more powers to fight illegal immigration in the embattled border state. Of course, there’s some controversy:  the law actually takes the uber-Draconian step of actually making it illegal to be in this country (ready for it) illegally!  Sweet Jesus, what have [...]

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