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VIDEO: Dear Jeb (or do you say “Jeb!”?)

Jeb Bush

How do you like my sombrero, Jeb? Jeb Bush, I know that it’s tough to run for President, or even run for the bus, in the middle of an 8-year coma, so I think it’s cruel for Donald Trump to call you a low-energy loser. I am here to help with some suggestions that you should definitely take to heart. ...

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BREAKING: Sen. Schumer Admits Illegals Given Amnesty Won’t Have to Pay Back Taxes

Welcome to Obama’s America, where Tea Party and conservative groups are persecuted by the IRS, and open violators of our laws are not only welcomed with open arms, but made eligible for welfare benefits, and are not required to pay back taxes. From the Washington Times:  The Senate immigration bill’s authors acknowledged Tuesday that their legislation does not require illegal immigrants to ...

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BREAKING: Sen Judiciary Committee Passes Gang of 8 Immigration Bill

Chuck Schumer’s bill is moving ahead. Earlier today, we learned that Sen. Orrin Hatch would vote for it. From MS-NBC: Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah, long considered a Republican swing vote on the 18-member Senate Judiciary Committee, announced Tuesday night that he will vote the comprehensive immigration reform bill out of committee after the panel approved language relaxing restrictions on ...

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Like Benghazi Lies, “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” Unraveling

From the Washington Times:  The Heritage Foundation said Monday that legalizing illegal immigrants would cost taxpayers a net $6.3 trillion over the next 50 years — releasing a report that ignited a venomous battle over an immigration bill and who is truly representing the conservative movement in the debate. Driving the costs in the Heritage report are simple demographics: Illegal ...

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Burn, Baby, Burn

As Hillary Clinton famously said: ”What difference, at this point, does it make”? (0:34) Proponents of Amnesty for illegal aliens claim there are between 11 and 20 million people living “in the shadows”. This is not a condemnation of the policies of the United States, but rather a vote (albeit with their feet) on the policies of The Republic of Mexico, ...

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