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Flooding the Borders

I held a telephone townhall meeting last week, and had the opportunity to listen to the views of quite a few people from our congressional district.  I also responded to questions asked.

The thing most people wanted to talk about was the crisis at our southern border, where thousands of children, mostly unaccompanied by an adult, and mostly teenagers, are flooding into the United States. 

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Summer Reading

I guess it shouldn’t surprise anyone.  But this summer’s reading list for incoming college freshmen – is overwhelmingly liberal material.  Only 2% of the books were rated conservative in nature.  70% liberal.  And the rest apparently neutral.  That’s according to a study done by the National Association of Scholars, of 290 colleges across America.

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Suing Obama

Richard Nixon was accused of attempting to exercise the powers of an “imperial Presidency.”  This clearly was not how the Founders envisioned the Presidency.  And Nixon paid a very high price for his arrogance.

Arguably, we have a President once again who believes he’s above the law. 

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The Missing Emails

The American press has one of the most significant political scandals in decades, staring them in the face, and they’re all but ignoring it.  It’s been established, beyond any reasonable doubt, that the IRS improperly targeted conservative groups prior to the 2012 election, in an attempt (largely successful) to unfairly and illegally silence these conservative groups, and thus aid in the reelection of Barack Obama. 

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