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New senate bill allows ilegals to commit crimes
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Undocumented Workers Who Commit Crimes Face Less Punishment Than U.S. Citizens

If the much-talked-about Senate Immigration Bill passes, illegal aliens can still commit crimes and become U.S. citizens -- without being punished!

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Headquarters of failed green energy firm Solyndra
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Inslee Wants to Promote Green Energy – Here’s How It Might Succeed

One of Gov. Inslee's big goals announced in his inaugural address was to champion a green economy.

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Should the Supreme Court Uphold Arizona’s Immigration Law? — Survey of the Day

This week, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments about Arizona’s SB 1070, which makes it a crime to live and work in Arizona illegally, and allows local law enforcement to check people in the state on their immigration status.

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Border Patrol in Remote Area
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Forgotten Issue of Border Security

While the economy and other issues dominate our news and issues, the US border continues to deteriorate, and security weakens.

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Unmanned Border Station-Courtesy of KTRH Radio
Unmanned Border Station-Courtesy of KTRH Radio
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US Border Virtual Fence Scrapped In Texas

Coverage of the U.S. Border issues has slowed to a trickle lately, but a story coming out of Texas shows maybe the Feds are realizing we need another method to secure the border.

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