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Five public colleges in Georgia have announced a new ban that will prevent illegal immigrants from being admitted into their schools. The state’s 30 other public institutions will adopt a policy that doesn’t allow undocumented students to be accepted into colleges or universities ahead of legal residents.
Protectors of the Second Amendment have filed a lawsuit against Attorney General Eric Holder and the FBI over a law that denies gun rights to individuals with a misdemeanor conviction.
Revolutions have historically begun by small sparks that smolder for a while before becoming raging infernos that ultimately envelop and overwhelm statist government. That spark may have been struck this week in Memphis, Tenn.
A report spearheaded by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg claims that states that have more lenient gun laws are the largest contributors to illegal firearms throughout the nation.
Both nations are plagued by record-high deficits and government debt, but the United Kingdom seems to be embarking on a road to fiscal health, following the announcement of new austerity measure.
Pity poor Maureen Dowd. How awful her life must be, carrying the psychic scars of indignities suffered during adolescence so far into her twilight years. Try to forgive her embittered rant against the girls who gave her a hard time in high school.
The United States Chamber of Commerce is encouraging voters to ask political candidates about their stance on free enterprise policies.
The next chapter in the Arizona anti-immigration law saga was opened earlier this week, when U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton ruled against the motion to dismiss a lawsuit against SB 1070. The law, signed by Republican Governor Jan Brewer in April, would enable law enforcement officers to detain and demand identification from anyone they suspect of being in the United States illegally.
A California Federal judge followed up on her verdict last month, which stated that the military’s "don’t ask, don’t tell" (DADT) policy is unconstitutional, by issuing an injunction on Oct. 12 to prevent the government from continuing to enforce it.