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DoJ’s Environmental Enforcer in the Gulf: Experienced at Protecting … Polluters?

As Attorney General Eric Holder announced this afternoon that the Department of Justice (DoJ) has begun a criminal and civil investigation into the catastrophic
Jul 31, 2020

DoJ’s Environmental Enforcer in the Gulf: Experienced at Protecting … Polluters?

DoJ’s Environmental Enforcer in the Gulf: Experienced at Protecting … Polluters?

As Attorney General Eric Holder announced this afternoon that the Department of Justice (DoJ) has begun a criminal and civil investigation into the catastrophic
As Attorney General Eric Holder announced this afternoon that the Department of Justice (DoJ) has begun a criminal and civil investigation into the catastrophic
Jul 31, 2020

Ron Paul: limited government or bust

Ron Paul: limited government or bust

CARROLL — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul says the country is finally catching up to his brand of politics and economic thinking. For three decades, the libertarian-leaning Texan has preached limited government, a smaller role not only domestically in the form of lower taxes but also abroad, with a less adventurous foreign policy
CARROLL — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul says the country is finally catching up to his brand of politics and economic thinking. For three decades, the libertarian-leaning Texan has preached limited government, a smaller role not only domestically in the form of lower taxes but also abroad, with a less adventurous foreign policy
Jul 31, 2020

Immigration reform advocates hail Utah policy as model for the nation

Immigration reform advocates hail Utah policy as model for the nation

When Utah recently passed a package of immigration bills that offered a guest worker program along with stricter enforcement of existing immigration laws, some hailed the package as a breath of fresh air–a vote for moderation in what all too often has become a very contentious debate. Writing in the Sacramento Bee, Tamar Jacoby, president of ImmigrationWorks USA , a national federation of small-business owners advocating immigration reform, says the Utah package is all that an more. She notes that while parts of the Utah package are unconstitutional on their face, they point the way to a new way of approaching the issue and, if adopted by other states, could provide the momentum needed to get the U.S
When Utah recently passed a package of immigration bills that offered a guest worker program along with stricter enforcement of existing immigration laws, some hailed the package as a breath of fresh air–a vote for moderation in what all too often has become a very contentious debate. Writing in the Sacramento Bee, Tamar Jacoby, president of ImmigrationWorks USA , a national federation of small-business owners advocating immigration reform, says the Utah package is all that an more. She notes that while parts of the Utah package are unconstitutional on their face, they point the way to a new way of approaching the issue and, if adopted by other states, could provide the momentum needed to get the U.S
Jul 31, 2020
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