Tag Archives: Immigration

McCarthy Suggests Politics Behind Planned Parenthood Panel

“You win the argument to win the vote.”

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Interviews: Senators Share Their Thoughts Following Papal Address


Following a joint-session to Congress from Pope Francis, Talk Radio News Service was able to speak with a few Senators on their thoughts on the overall address from the Holy Father

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Lawmakers Anxiously Await Pope Francis’ Address To Congress

Both sides of the aisle have embraced and rejected ideals from the pontiff including climate change and the Iran deal, from Republicans, and abortion rights and same-sex marriage from Democrats

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Obama Launches Undocumented, Refugee Persons Initiative

The campaign looks for inclusive ways to welcome “Immigrants and refugees [who] contribute to our country’s social and cultural fabric, and are critical to our country’s continued economic prosperity.”

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WH: Obama Will Not Be Watching Second GOP Debate

Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters that Obama “has better things to do,” than watch the debates while the election is so far out still

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The World in 2:00 – August 20, 2015

The World in 2:00

Great Britain and France bolster security to contain the migration problem plaguing Calais, and NOAA scientists declare July the warmest month on record.

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The Day Ahead – August 20, 2015

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Troubling health news for those working long hours, British and French ministers converge on Calais and a foreign rock band tours North Korea for the first time.

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Trump Calls For End To Birthright Citizenship

“End birthright citizenship,” the proposal states. “This remains the biggest magnet for illegal immigration.”

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Obama Threatens Veto Over GOP Immigration Bill

The administration says the bill fails to remove the most dangerous convicted criminals and impedes on U.S. citizens civil rights.

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GOP Rep. King: ‘I’m as Hispanic and Latino as’ Julian Castro

Flickr photo courtesy of Rep. Steve King

King’s tweet was a response to HUD Secretary Castro’s comment on MSNBC that the GOP is losing the Latino vote.

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Scientists Share Nobel For Malaria, Parasitic Treatments

“The consequences in terms of improved human health and reduced suffering are immeasurable,” according to the Nobel Assembly.

Snowden: I’m Willing To Go To Jail

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden

“We are still waiting for them to call us back,” Snowden said in an interview set to be broadcast on BBC late Monday.

Amtrak Train Derails In Vermont

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin said the derailment was caused by an “ledge slide.”

WHO Director: Ebola Still Public Health Emergency

There are still two active strains of the virus in West Africa.

Top U.S. Commander In Afghanistan: Afghan Forces Requested Fire That Hit Hospital


“On October 3 Afghan forces advised that they were taking fire from enemy positions and asked for air support from U.S. forces,” Gen. John Campbell said.

Philadelphia-Area Colleges Boost Security After Online Threat

The FBI Philadelphia Field Office notified all local colleges and universities “out of an abundance of caution.”