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Allen West’s cancelled Wilton Manors appearance continues to generate controversy

The controversy surrounding the announcement and cancellation of an appearance by Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale, at the Wilton Manors Business Association’s Aug.
Jul 31, 2020

Allen West’s cancelled Wilton Manors appearance continues to generate controversy

Allen West’s cancelled Wilton Manors appearance continues to generate controversy

The controversy surrounding the announcement and cancellation of an appearance by Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale, at the Wilton Manors Business Association’s Aug.
The controversy surrounding the announcement and cancellation of an appearance by Rep. Allen West, R-Fort Lauderdale, at the Wilton Manors Business Association’s Aug.
Jul 31, 2020

Latino immigrant advocates launch nationwide education campaign

As the discussion about what to do about immigration continues to heat up, punctuated by GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain proposing we construct an “electrified” fence along the Mexican border , an immigrant advocate organization launched the Somos/We Are campaign: In a release issued this week, the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (known as NALACC ) said that “as a response to the increase of anti-immigrant laws across the country and the confusion caused by Obama’s latest announcement on deportation procedures, today Latino immigrant leaders will kick-off an ongoing nationwide community education campaign intended to empower immigrant communities and educate them on issues that affect their lives directly.” The New York Times reported Wednesday that “Republican candidates are competing over who can talk the toughest about illegal immigration — who will erect the most impenetrable border defense; who will turn off ‘magnets’ like college tuition benefits.” The Times added: Joe Gruters , chairman of the Republican Party of Sarasota County in Florida, said that showing toughness against illegal immigration was an “electrifying” issue and could bump a Republican candidate many points in primary polls. He is disappointed by the moderation of candidates’ proposals so far
Jul 31, 2020

Latino immigrant advocates launch nationwide education campaign

Latino immigrant advocates launch nationwide education campaign

As the discussion about what to do about immigration continues to heat up, punctuated by GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain proposing we construct an “electrified” fence along the Mexican border , an immigrant advocate organization launched the Somos/We Are campaign: In a release issued this week, the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (known as NALACC ) said that “as a response to the increase of anti-immigrant laws across the country and the confusion caused by Obama’s latest announcement on deportation procedures, today Latino immigrant leaders will kick-off an ongoing nationwide community education campaign intended to empower immigrant communities and educate them on issues that affect their lives directly.” The New York Times reported Wednesday that “Republican candidates are competing over who can talk the toughest about illegal immigration — who will erect the most impenetrable border defense; who will turn off ‘magnets’ like college tuition benefits.” The Times added: Joe Gruters , chairman of the Republican Party of Sarasota County in Florida, said that showing toughness against illegal immigration was an “electrifying” issue and could bump a Republican candidate many points in primary polls. He is disappointed by the moderation of candidates’ proposals so far
As the discussion about what to do about immigration continues to heat up, punctuated by GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain proposing we construct an “electrified” fence along the Mexican border , an immigrant advocate organization launched the Somos/We Are campaign: In a release issued this week, the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (known as NALACC ) said that “as a response to the increase of anti-immigrant laws across the country and the confusion caused by Obama’s latest announcement on deportation procedures, today Latino immigrant leaders will kick-off an ongoing nationwide community education campaign intended to empower immigrant communities and educate them on issues that affect their lives directly.” The New York Times reported Wednesday that “Republican candidates are competing over who can talk the toughest about illegal immigration — who will erect the most impenetrable border defense; who will turn off ‘magnets’ like college tuition benefits.” The Times added: Joe Gruters , chairman of the Republican Party of Sarasota County in Florida, said that showing toughness against illegal immigration was an “electrifying” issue and could bump a Republican candidate many points in primary polls. He is disappointed by the moderation of candidates’ proposals so far
Jul 31, 2020

Rep. Paulsen allies with medical device industry to relax FDA oversight

Rep. Paulsen allies with medical device industry to relax FDA oversight

Source: Flickr; Republicanconference (www.flickr.com/photos/republicanconference) On the heels of the Minnesota Independent story last week about U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen’s cozy financial relationship with the medical device industry, the New York Times reported Tuesday that some health professionals are alarmed by Paulsen’s push to relax Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight
Source: Flickr; Republicanconference (www.flickr.com/photos/republicanconference) On the heels of the Minnesota Independent story last week about U.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen’s cozy financial relationship with the medical device industry, the New York Times reported Tuesday that some health professionals are alarmed by Paulsen’s push to relax Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight
Jul 31, 2020

Group wants movie comparing abortion to the Holocaust in high schools

Group wants movie comparing abortion to the Holocaust in high schools

The 180 website header (Pic via 180movie.com) The group behind a controversial movie comparing abortion in America to the Holocaust has set its sights on getting the movie into high schools. According to a press release from the creators of 180 : A free DVD of the award-winning viral movie “180″ may be coming to a high school near you. The creator of www.180movie.com , Ray Comfort, said “180 received over a million views in 22 days, because it’s ‘shocking.’ … Late last month, between 180,000 and 200,000 copies of the 33-minute DVD were given out at 100 of America’s top universities, and now the Jewish author and TV co-host is turning his attention to high schools.
The 180 website header (Pic via 180movie.com) The group behind a controversial movie comparing abortion in America to the Holocaust has set its sights on getting the movie into high schools. According to a press release from the creators of 180 : A free DVD of the award-winning viral movie “180″ may be coming to a high school near you. The creator of www.180movie.com , Ray Comfort, said “180 received over a million views in 22 days, because it’s ‘shocking.’ … Late last month, between 180,000 and 200,000 copies of the 33-minute DVD were given out at 100 of America’s top universities, and now the Jewish author and TV co-host is turning his attention to high schools.
Jul 31, 2020
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