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https://plus.google.com/114726920925926117304 lindawillets : send the bleepers home instead State of Texas Being Sued by Foreign Citizens with Mexican Government...
send the bleepers home instead

 State of Texas Being Sued by Foreign Citizens with Mexican Government Support
Posted by Tim Brown
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Things get more bizarre by the day. Last night, a conversation between some friends regarding religion, weapons and self-defense occurred, due to the shooting incident in Virginia of two news crew individuals on live TV. It ended friendly with one friend stating he would give up freedom and liberty if it meant government would make it harder for 
people to get firearms. The very same person indicated he didn’t need a “book” to tell him right from wrong, as his mother had done that, and he did whatever would keep him from being jailed; but, he never declared where she got her guidance or where he thought individual rights originated. There was no surprise there, since, despite my friend declaring no affiliation with any politics or ideology, he clearly believed the propaganda peddled to many Americans, while claiming a “free thinker” position.

Friday morning, The Daily Caller reported the Mexican government filed a brief attached to a current suit filed against the State of Texas because Texas refused to accept foreign birth certificates and foreign passports of children born to illegal Mexican aliens. In the 19 page amicus brief, Mexico claims “friendly nations” should accept these foreign passports or government-issued IDs to avoid introducing a “troublesome and discordant element into bi-national or transnational relations” by expressing doubt regarding their authenticity. Texas count registrars are refusing to accept these forms of identification as valid without a valid visa or consular document. Mexico claims Texas registrars are in violation of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.

Texas Civil Rights Project and Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, who represent the seventeen families from Mexico and Central America, claim Texas violated the Equal Protection Clause, as well as the Supremacy Clause.

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley declared citizenship a “human right” on Twitter, while commenting on the case. And, Hillary Clinton never fails to take the opportunity to attack Republicans who do not support the “anchor baby” provision in US immigration law.

The Texas Attorney General’s office has moved to have the court dismiss the case, citing the litigation protection under the 11th Amendment, declaring, “States cannot be taken to federal court under its sovereign immunity provision.” It is likely the case will move forward.

The 14th Amendment and its clauses is one of the most perverted and usurped amendments to the Constitution. Using flawed logic, the Supreme Court used this amendment to invent rights where none existed. Even when faced with the words declaring intent and definition of terms by the very author who wrote it, some still disregard the original intent, preferring the usurped definition by nine justices who were not alive when Jacob Howard penned the amendment to address slaves after the civil war (See screenshot). Mexico’s own constitution declares that babies born to Mexican citizens abroad are Mexican citizens (Chapter 2, Article 30, document dated 2005). US immigration law recognizes “anchor babies” as citizens. Unfortunately, Mexico doesn’t return the favor.

According to the 11th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, “The judicial power of the united States shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the United States by citizens of another State, or by citizens or subjects of any foreign state.”

Various searches on the meaning produced a consensus on the intent — to shield states from lawsuits brought by citizens of other states or foreign countries. The amendment intended to overrule the Supreme Court decision in Chisholm v. Georgia (1793), where the court ruled a citizen of one state could sue the government of another state. Additionally, Congress feared that the decision could allow foreign creditors to sue the individual states for debts incurred during the American Revolution. Without the amendment, foreign nations/government could sue financially struggling states, who would then bear the burden of the debts. The Supreme Court determined four exceptions whereby state governments could be sued in federal court. However, the courts have not applied the amendment uniformly or in a clear manner. The theory of interpretation muddies the waters even further. In searching for various references to citizens of foreign nations bringing a lawsuit against a state or a foreign government/country entering into a lawsuit against a state, the various search engines used returned no results for that specific criteria.

So, why are we even discussing this in the United States of America? Simple. An agenda is afoot with the deck stacked against the Constitution through the appointment of biased, agenda-driven judiciaries and government officials. Those in opposition to the destruction of our long-held founding documents are relegated to descriptions of “supporting antiquated ideology of dead old white men,” while these name-callers forget these men were anything but old when the Constitution was drafted and ratified. Freedom and liberty have become “old and stale.” Government control is “where it’s at,” despite what will have to be relinquished or at what cost the government will extract.

Under the declaration of the “right of citizenship for everyone,” the idea of “sovereign nations” becomes fallacy. Funny, an individual is born with certain unalienable rights endowed by their Creator, but nowhere in God’s word is there anything indicating that “citizenship” is a right. Citizenship is bestowed by nations through government — not God. Government makes the rules on citizenship, meaning government can deny, approve, or strip citizenship, according to law. If US citizenship is a “right,” it means anyone can declare citizenship status in the US from wherever, under the auspices of “rights.”

This idea of “citizenship for everyone” removes the idea of the US as a sovereign nation that determines, as other nations, who is a citizen under the law. While these charlatans proclaim “US citizenship” as a right, they will uphold the laws of other sovereign nations to determine citizenship status. This exposes them as nothing more than insurrectionists intent on destroying this nation. For if citizenship is a “right,” it is universal, meaning everyone has it, everyone is born with it, and everyone can declare citizenship to any nation of their choosing.

Rights come from God, not government. Government establishes “privileges,” which can be taken away. Citizenship is a privilege. By declaring citizenship a “right,” it moves the government into the one establishing rights, being the grantor of rights, and the authority to inhibit rights. It then can declare who can and cannot have rights.

God endowed individuals with the unalienable “right” to self-defense and the right to defend one’s family. If anyone in government declared that “right” to be illegal, would citizens who support “right of citizenship for everyone” go along because government declared it to be no longer acceptable? The answer is found looking at the baby murder mill operating in America. While no law exists that legalizes baby murder, government courts determined the “right” existed to kill the unborn.

Would individuals who support amnesty support amnesty for those who commit murder, rape, incest, or kidnapping? It is exactly what these people support for illegal aliens who violated our immigration law, committed crimes, and then re-enter communities through release programs. It is exactly what sanctuary cities are supporting.

When federal court entertains the idea of allowing foreign citizens or nations to sue a State, it establishes a precedent that could produce a maelstrom of problems for every State in this nation. It could end the sovereignty aspect of each State, what little is left, meaning what falls under State jurisdiction now could be eradicated, essentially removing the guarantee of a republic form of government through financial and economic destruction. The slippery slope downward is hard to rescale upward.

No matter whom Americans elect as the next president, it will be difficult to change this “stacked judiciary and elected official” deck without using impeachment, which is unlikely at any level of government considering the occupants of those offices. When some individuals call for eradication of freedom and liberty based on lies and support those decisions, no education, using the truth, will convince them otherwise. It’s the same when it comes to illegal alien invaders, citizenship, immigration law, amnesty and “rights.” When talking and education fail, what’s left?

Courtesy of Freedom Outpost.
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https://plus.google.com/114197404469181533712 Kattackal Tomsan :

Do Americans elect an Antichrist every 4ᵗʰ year?
Friend, Starting with Franklin D. Roosevelt almost every president of the United States has been termed as Antichrist at some point of time or other. There could be various reasons for this practice. Not only American pre...
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https://plus.google.com/104746599333415770527 Lorenzo Cervantes :

Why don’t Americans elect scientists to office?
Back in August of 2011, the New York Times published an interactive feature titled If I Were President. The Times ran the opinions of 12 respondents in total, including astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson — director of the Hayden Planetarium and one of the most compelling science communicators of our time.
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https://plus.google.com/115677547354533843532 Patrick Bay : "The U.S. federal system is 227 years old, has never been improved or modernized and is badly flawed...
"The U.S. federal system is 227 years old, has never been improved or modernized and is badly flawed. Americans elect a political CEO who, if the U.S. were a corporation, separates him from his executive team and management team, then pits all permanently at odds.

Washington is an institutionalized battle and blockage within the Legislative Branch and between it and the Executive Branch. There is no punishment for gridlock, sabotage or obstructionism, except a drop in public opinion. There is no arbiter who can demand decisiveness."
If U.S. Were a Company, It Would Be Delisted | Diane M. Francis

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https://plus.google.com/110939717238056629608 Claton Digby : thats what happens when lazy stupid americans elect a forien muslim for president.too stupid to put ...
thats what happens when lazy stupid americans elect a forien muslim for president.too stupid to put america before free welfare. 16 trillion dollars later these same idiots will see who they take the money from.they should buy lubracant and bend over cause obama screwed them all.
The U.S. picked the wrong ally in the fight against Islamic State
Erdogan, Turkey’s embattled and volatile leader, looks far less interested in combating Islamic State than in reclaiming his power at home.
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https://plus.google.com/101786649112733966788 Hector Falcon : This is what happens when Americans elect traitors to the presidency. Obama's first loyalties are not...
This is what happens when Americans elect traitors to the presidency. Obama's first loyalties are not to America but to Islam. Time for the American public to wake up and put heat on their elected representatives to kill this agreement - especially cowardy Republicans!
Obama’s Iran Deal Supplies Iran with the Rope to Hang Us
In an effort to intimidate some of the Jewish senators and congressmen thinking of voting against Obama’s Iran deal, there are murmurs from Team Obama about “dual loyalty” and not caving into ‘Jewish donors” – old, anti-Semitic canards. Some have called those planning to vote against the deal “traitors.” The truth is, voting for a moral cause on behalf of one’s people has never been considered an act of dual loyalty, as evidenced, for example, wh...
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https://plus.google.com/100814231101552556340 MuckrakerW M. : If Mr. trump wins the Republican nomination and goes on to be elected President will he as a capitalist...
If Mr. trump wins the Republican nomination and goes on to be elected President will he as a capitalist, embrace communists and socialists in America? Moreover will he forego radical Republicanism and opt for a more congenial political strategy to governing at the federal level of government? Will immigration become the major axe to grind? Which Mr. Trump believes is the very reason for most of the crime in America and will implement trade sanctions against Mexico if they do not enforce laws in their country to inhibit illegal border crossings.

As a consequence, "Would Americans elect Mr. Trump to the presidency if he espoused such a political agenda?"
Trump still tops Republican polls | OnPolitics

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https://plus.google.com/104323445357347211370 David the Dragon : LMAO..Im done xD
LMAO..Im done xD
Watch the video: Reasons why Donald Trump should be President
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There's nothing that will stop Donald Trump from becoming president. Billy The White Guy discusses the many reasons why White Americans should vote for Donal...
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https://plus.google.com/106074712294334986874 Steve Killebrew : This woman is so corrupt she makes al Capone look like a church choir boy. She should do well as president...
This woman is so corrupt she makes al Capone look like a church choir boy. She should do well as president because her crooked credentials speak for themselves. She will fit in nicely with all of John Boehner's AIPAC workers in the Senate.
Boehner: Clinton ‘Has Undermined Our National Security’
NEW YORK -- House Speaker John Boehner said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has
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https://plus.google.com/100849087579699416861 Pat Gunn : In other recent articles on this, we've seen reports that the mental health professionals who worked...
In other recent articles on this, we've seen reports that the mental health professionals who worked for the CIA groups performing torture were much more likely to report issues with the procedures than the external APA consultants. That, and the APA groups offering guidance on the procedures were doing so for monetary and political reasons

I don't really know how we as a society should handle such a profound malfunction of a semi-private[1] institution like the APA. Ordinarily we'd probably see its being a private institution as being an insulator from politics, and that being healthy. Americans elect a number of ignorant people into office (because collectively we're pretty stupid and only some good organisation limits the impact of that - remember that Lamar Smith chairs the Science Committee). The token efforts to amend their ethics code is a good step, but I'd like to see participating non-whistleblowing members and officials expelled from their org, and reason to believe this won't/can't happen again.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/11/american-psychological-association-report-collusion-us-torture-

[1] By semi-private in this case, I'm not talking about its formal status so much as that while it's private in structure, it has recognised status and power within its topical domain that's governmental in scope. Like the American Bar Association.
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https://plus.google.com/107091449886743102616 Jim Blake : Enough social Marxist political polarization. I trust you are not thinking of electing another person...
Enough social Marxist political polarization.

I trust you are not thinking of electing another person based on some kind of prejudice. Many people voted for Obama because he was a black man, but he was certainly not the best man for the job. Let's not be foolish enough to think that if Americans elect a person because they are a woman it will benefit our continent.
On the Upcoming US Election
Check out this piece by Canada’s Rebel.media: When it comes to election trails, the modus operandi for too long has been to squander opportunities to present real solutions to ongoing problems, in favour of wasting the entire time at the mic with polarizing rhetoric and slanderous speech...
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https://plus.google.com/108866986079662606853 Omoboladale Hassan : If Lindsey Graham gets elected, he would be the first unmarried president in The White House Will Americans...
If Lindsey Graham gets elected, he would be the first unmarried president in The White House
Will Americans elect a Bachelor President? Although so many Americans doesn't take him serious but  If   Lindsey Graham   gets elected, he would be the first unmarried president in   The White House  since the
nineteenth century. American voters haven't ele...
If Lindsey Graham gets elected, he would be the first unmarried president in The White House
Will Americans elect a Bachelor President? Although so many Americans doesn't take him serious but If Lindsey Graham gets elected, he would be the first unmarried president in The White House since the nineteenth century. ...
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https://plus.google.com/113615832990102285509 Loftus Wealth Strategies : Is 62 your lucky number? If you're eligible, that's the earliest age you can start receiving Social ...
Is 62 your lucky number? If you're eligible, that's the earliest age you can start receiving Social Security retirement benefits. If you decide to start collecting benefits before your full retirement age, you'll have company. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), approximately 73% of Americans elect to receive their Social Security benefits early. (Source: SSA Annual Statistical Supplement, 2013) Although collecting early retirement benefits makes sense for some people, there's a major drawback to consider: if you start collecting benefits early, your monthly retirement benefit will be permanently reduced. So before you put down the tools of your trade and pick up your first Social Security check, there are some factors you'll need to weigh before deciding whether to start collecting benefits early.

What will your retirement benefit be?

Your Social Security retirement benefit is based on the number of years you've been working and the amount you've earned. Your benefit is calculated using a formula that takes into account your 35 highest earnings years. If you earned little or nothing in several of those years (if you left the workforce to raise a family, for instance), it may be to your advantage to work as long as possible, because you'll have the opportunity to replace a year of lower earnings with a higher one, potentially resulting in a higher retirement benefit. If you begin collecting retirement benefits at age 62, each monthly benefit check will be 25% to 30% less than it would be at full retirement age. The exact amount of the reduction will depend on the year you were born. (Conversely, you can get a higher payout by delaying retirement past your full retirement age--the government increases your payout every month that you delay retirement, up to age 70.) However, even though your monthly benefit will be 25% to 30% less if you begin collecting retirement benefits at age 62, you might receive the same or more total lifetime Social Security benefits as you would have had you waited until full retirement age to start collecting benefits. That's because even though you'll receive less money per month, you might receive more benefit checks. The following chart shows how much an estimated $1,000 monthly benefit at full retirement age would be worth if you started taking a reduced benefit at age 62.


Birth Year                    Full Retirement Age                  Benefit


1943-1954 66 years                                  $750

1955 66 years, 2 months                   $741

1956 66 years, 4 months                   $733

1957 66 years, 6 months                   $725

1958 66 years, 8 months                   $716

1959 66 years, 10 months                 $708

1960 or later 67 years                                  $700

 

Source: Social Security Administration If you want to estimate the amount of Social Security benefits you will be eligible to receive in the future under current law (based on your earnings record) you can use the SSA's Retirement Estimator. It's available at the SSA website at www.socialsecurity.gov. You can also sign up for a my Social Security account to view your online Social Security Statement at the SSA website. Your statement contains a detailed record of your earnings, as well as estimates of retirement, survivor's, and disability benefits, and other information about Social Security. If you're not registered for an online account and are not yet receiving benefits, you'll receive a statement in the mail every five years, from age 25 to age 60, and then annually thereafter.

Have you thought about your longevity?

Is it better to take reduced benefits at age 62 or full benefits later? The answer depends, in part, on how long you live. If you live longer than your "break-even age," the overall value of your retirement benefits taken at full retirement age will begin to outweigh the value of reduced benefits taken at age 62. You'll generally reach your break-even age about 12 years from your full retirement age. For example, if your full retirement age is 66, you should reach your break-even age at 78. If you live past this age, you'll end up with higher total lifetime benefits by waiting until full retirement age to start collecting. However, unless you're able to invest your benefits rather than use them for living expenses, your break-even age is probably not the most important part of the equation. For many people, what really counts is how much they'll receive each month, rather than how much they'll accumulate over many years. Of course, no one can predict exactly how long they'll live. But by taking into account your current health, diet, exercise level, access to quality medical care and family health history, you might be able to make a reasonable assumption.


How much income will you need?

Another important piece of the puzzle is to look at how much retirement income you'll need, based partly on an estimate of your retirement expenses. If there is a large gap between your projected expenses and your anticipated income, waiting a few years to retire and start collecting Social Security benefits may improve your financial outlook. If you continue to work and wait until your full retirement age to start collecting benefits, your Social Security monthly benefit will be larger. What's more, the longer you stay in the workforce, the greater the amount of money you will earn and have available to put into your overall retirement savings. Another plus is that Social Security's annual cost-of-living increases are calculated using your initial year's benefits as a base--the higher the base, the greater your annual increase.


Will your spouse be affected?

When to begin receiving Social Security is more complicated when you're married. The age at which you begin receiving benefits may significantly affect the amount of lifetime income you and your spouse receive, as well as the benefit the surviving spouse will be entitled to, so you'll need to consider how your decision will affect your joint retirement plan.


Do you plan on working after age 62?

Another key factor in your decision is whether or not you plan to continue working after you start collecting Social Security benefits at age 62. That's because income you earn before full retirement age may reduce your Social Security retirement benefit. Specifically, if you are under full retirement age for the entire year, $1 in benefits will be withheld for every $2 you earn over the annual earnings limit ($15,720 in 2015).


Example: You start collecting Social Security benefits at age 62. You continue working, and your job pays $30,000 in 2015. Your annual benefit would be reduced by $7,140 ($30,000 minus $15,720, divided by 2).


Note: If your monthly benefit is reduced in the short term due to your earnings, you'll receive a higher monthly benefit later. That's because the SSA recalculates your benefit when you reach full retirement age, and omits the months in which your benefit was reduced.


Other considerations

In addition to the factors discussed here, other financial considerations may influence whether you start collecting Social Security benefits at age 62. How do other sources of retirement income factor in? Have you considered how your income taxes will be

affected? What about personal considerations? Do you plan on traveling, volunteering, going back to school, starting your own business, pursuing hobbies, or moving to a new location? Do you have grandchildren or elderly parents whom you want to help take care of? Every person's situation is different.


For more information

 

Social Security rules can be complex. For more information about Social Security benefits, visit the SSA website at www.socialsecurity.gov, or call (800) 772-1213 to speak with a representative. You may also call or visit your local Social Security office.  You can also call us and as part of our Financial Plan, we'll help analyze your options.  Call us at 302-645-4548

Securities offered through Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., a Broker/Dealer, Member FINRA/SIPC, Investment Advisor Representative, Cambridge Investment Research Advisors, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor.  Cambridge and Loftus Wealth Strategies are not affiliated.
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https://plus.google.com/106837838784856597915 Steve Benen : I published another dozen new items today -- Tuesday, May 12, 2015 -- and here are some highlights: ...
I published another dozen new items today -- Tuesday, May 12, 2015 -- and here are some highlights:

* According to a major conservative news outlet, when votes elect white men as president, it's because of their "intrinsic qualities." If Americans elect an African-American man and a white woman, they're "affirmative-action presidents." Wait, what? (http://on.msnbc.com/1QFQqvJ).

* How problematic is Jeb Bush's position on the war in Iraq? One prominent conservative pundit said his posture is "disastrous." Another conservative questioned whether Bush is "a sane human being" (http://on.msnbc.com/1E3EDxS).

* It's a straightforward fight: the interests of U.S. troops and their families, or the interests of the financial industry and payday lenders. Why do Republicans in Congress consider this a tough call? (http://on.msnbc.com/1PF9eZm)

* Wall Street's bold new argument: Ed Milliband's criticism of the financial industry didn't help in the UK, so Clinton should avoid similar rhetoric in the US. This is deeply foolish (http://on.msnbc.com/1QFRkbo).

* While some Texas Republicans inexplicably blame President Obama for the ridiculous "Jade Helm" conspiracy theory, more mainstream Republicans are starting to find humor in the nonsense (http://on.msnbc.com/1zY0ps8).

* Allen West thought for sure that he'd found evidence of "Sharia law" at a Florida Walmart. What he actually found was ... something far more innocuous (http://on.msnbc.com/1EBN0Bu).
Right takes aim at 'affirmative-action presidents'
It was probably only a matter of time before the right rolled out the "affirmative-action" argument. Apparently that time is now.
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https://plus.google.com/106837838784856597915 Steve Benen : I published another dozen new items today -- Monday, May 11, 2015 -- and here are some highlights: ...
I published another dozen new items today -- Monday, May 11, 2015 -- and here are some highlights:

* Rick Perry thinks he's identified the single biggest issue of the 2016 presidential campaign. In an unexpected twist, the Texas Republican is absolutely correct (http://on.msnbc.com/1J6rkUt).

* Simple catchphrases are fine in movies. But when a Republican presidential candidate uses a movie catchphrase to summarize his national-security strategy, it's a problem (http://on.msnbc.com/1ItH19c).

* Rand Paul's political director in New Hampshire today quite literally licked the camera of a Democratic staffer. In presidential politics, we expect the unexpected, but no one's ever seen anything quite like this (http://on.msnbc.com/1QCPPuK).

* "Knowing what we know now, would you have authorized" the invasion of Iraq? Jeb Bush's answer is the sort of thing that may dog his campaign for a long time (http://on.msnbc.com/1zVXKPI).

* Would Americans elect an infomercial pitchman - who peddled dubious miracle cures - to be the leader of the free world? Mike Huckabee seems quite uncomfortable with the question (http://on.msnbc.com/1KAYyJM).

* John McCain believes he's great at identifying wasteful spending -- and any spending related to animals is hilarious. There's brand new evidence he's wrong on both counts (http://on.msnbc.com/1KAXQMC).
Perry identifies the top issue of the 2016 race
Rick Perry believes the Supreme Court is the biggest issue of the next presidential election. He raises a very good point.
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https://plus.google.com/114248789033154861895 Ari David : The reason islam succeeds in its conquest is because Americans elect leaders who let islam succeed in...
The reason islam succeeds in its conquest is because Americans elect leaders who let islam succeed in its conquest 
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https://plus.google.com/108881643991287039675 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel : Will Americans elect another former governor from Hope, Arkansas, as president?
Will Americans elect another former governor from Hope, Arkansas, as president?
Huckabee, the other man from Hope, opens 2016 bid
The former governor declares his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination in the hometown he shares with former President Bill Clinton: Hope, Arkansas.
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https://plus.google.com/101786649112733966788 Hector Falcon : And the hits just keep coming. Epstein is a known child molester who has close ties with Bill Clinton...
And the hits just keep coming. Epstein is a known child molester who has close ties with Bill Clinton. He can provide Bill with all the young girls he will ever need while Hillary is president. If Americans elect her any way - it says more about our own people.
Observer: Jeffrey Epstein Affair Imperils Hillary Clinton's Presidential Prospects | Dinesh D'Souza
Observer: Jeffrey Epstein Affair Imperils Hillary Clinton's Presidential Prospects - The case of the high-flying (alleged) pedophile reveals a broken American political process.
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https://plus.google.com/110408933595781043903 Tommy Holmes : How much do you think Obama and the Democrats will talk about THIS statistic? Here's a new catchphrase...
How much do you think Obama and the Democrats will talk about THIS statistic? Here's a new catchphrase for African Americans - "elect a President, LOSE YOUR JOB!"
Record 12,202,000 Black Americans Not in Labor Force
A record 12,202,000 black people were not in the labor force in March, as the participation rate for this group declined over the month to 61.0 percent, according to data released from the Bureau of L
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https://plus.google.com/102834026833399444892 vanessa perkins : How much do you think Obama and the Democrats will talk about THIS statistic? Here's a new catchphrase...
How much do you think Obama and the Democrats will talk about THIS statistic? Here's a new catchphrase for African Americans - "elect a President, LOSE YOUR JOB!"
Record 12,202,000 Black Americans Not in Labor Force
A record 12,202,000 black people were not in the labor force in March, as the participation rate for this group declined over the month to 61.0 percent, according to data released from the Bureau of L
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