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Correspondent Dawn Jones will be attending a press conference where Elizabeth Edwards will discuss a new campaign ad to encourage quality, affordable healthcare for every American. The Washington Bureau will also be covering presumptive presidential nominee Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) speech to the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), as well as Sen. Barack Obama's remarks to the LULAC at the 79th Annual National Convention and Exposition. Other events include a discussion on "Scholars and Scribes Review the Rulings: The Supreme Court's 2007-2008 Term", the Fourth Annual 2008 National Conference where John Edwards will be making opening remarks and Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.), actor Ryan Gosling and Sayeda Fazel of the University of California will discuss "How Activism and the Arts can Fight Global Crises Together", discussion of U.S. immigration policy with Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) and Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), a conference call with Former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin and economic adviser to John McCain Steve Forbes regarding Sen. Barack Obama's economic plan, and another conference call where Assistant Minority Leader State Rep. Todd Book (D-Ohio) and Chillicothe Mayor Joe Sulzer will discuss the impact of the Bush Administration's economic policies on Southeastern Ohio.

Correspondent Dawn Jones will be attending a press conference where Elizabeth Edwards will discuss a new campaign ad to encourage quality, affordable healthcare for every American.

The Washington Bureau will also be covering presumptive presidential nominee Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) speech to the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), as well as Sen. Barack Obama’s remarks to the LULAC at the 79th Annual National Convention and Exposition.

Other events include a discussion on “Scholars and Scribes Review the Rulings: The Supreme Court’s 2007-2008 Term”, the Fourth Annual 2008 National Conference where John Edwards will be making opening remarks and Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.), actor Ryan Gosling and Sayeda Fazel of the University of California will discuss “How Activism and the Arts can Fight Global Crises Together”, discussion of U.S. immigration policy with Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Texas) and Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), a conference call with Former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin and economic adviser to John McCain Steve Forbes regarding Sen. Barack Obama’s economic plan, and another conference call where Assistant Minority Leader State Rep. Todd Book (D-Ohio) and Chillicothe Mayor Joe Sulzer will discuss the impact of the Bush Administration’s economic policies on Southeastern Ohio.

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  • Brittanicus

    Trying to placate both sides of the conflagration on immigration, isn’t going to work? Senator McCain has fumbled over this growing issue, that is now out-of-control. Neither Obama or McCain are stewards of stopping overpopulation, because after a blanket AMNESTY which both have proposed. Millions more will appear on our doorstep, expecting more of the same. Diversity Alliance for Sustainable America http://www.earthtimes.org/ have stated in it’s article that if the U.S. grants amnesty and gives citizenship to 12 to 30 million illegal migrants, as Senators Obama and McCain propose.All those naturalized citizens could possibly add 120 million U.S. and foreign-born relatives to the U.S., in the next 20 years whom all would CONSUME MAJOR ENERGY.

    We all know the consequences of illegal immigration, that has already taken a serious toll on jobs and the quality of life in America. Not enforcing our laws has become an unparalleled financial benefit for predatory businesses, but a growing chaos on the streets and highways, as America tries to cope with the propagation of congestion and pollution. Do not think Canada is exempt from this monolithic issue, as the free movement of cheap labor is the obnoxious agenda of the free trade, open border globalists. The overall plan is to flood the North American continent with poor people, to lower wages in balance with Mexico standard of living.

    Leading Democrats have refused to sponsor the SAVE ACT (H.R.4088) for enforcement only, All American patriots (no matter their country of origin) should join for free http://www.numbersusa.com and learn about the facts and the next AMNESTY conflict.

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