Posts Tagged ‘ House of Representatives ’

Caravan of Peace (NORPAC Heads To The Capital)

Caravan of Peace (NORPAC Heads To The Capital)

On Wednesday, smack in the middle of a working week, 1200 of us from the Northeast flew, drove or were bussed into Washington DC to strengthen the congressional commitment to help sustain Israel in this difficult time, amid the embroilment of so many Islamic Middle Eastern and North African states.
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A Few Notes…

Tomorrow and/or thursday is the pivotal point in our struggle to thwart yet another backdoor amnesty known as the DREAM Act. While the House of Representatives is scheduled to pass this bill-without any substantive committee review or consistent CBO cost estimates-the real battle will take place in the U.S. Senate, where Senator Reid is...
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The Dream Act Lives

The Dream Act Lives

I really hate being repetitive, but feel compelled to repeat myself every so often, especially when there’s still life in the Dream Act. The good part of a lame duck Congress is that it will evaporate with the new year. The bad part is that it still has the power to enact legislation with...
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Doing Jobs Former Secretaries of State Won’t Do

Doing Jobs Former Secretaries of State Won’t Do

Colin Powell appeared on Meet the Press yesterday, and in doing so reaffirmed the low opinion much of the public has of his expertise on domestic policy matters, particularly with respect to immigration issues. His appearance yesterday focused largely on the merits of the DREAM Act, whose passage he wholeheartedly endorses.
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Congress Working For You

Congress Working For You

I know, it’s shocking.
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