The Return of Medieval Diseases

By Rick Oltman, May 9, 2019 There have recently been a spate of stories in social media about “medieval diseases are making a comeback,” calling the situation a “Public Health Crisis.” Measles is in the news with several hundred cases now active in the country. The state of Washington has experienced Shigella bacterial infections, which is spread through…

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Hail the return of No-Match Letters

By Rick Oltman, May 8, 2019 For the first time in twelve years, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is notifying employers that there is “no match” between the name and the reported Social Security number of an employee.  George W. Bush stopped the no-match notifications in 2007. For employers who do not voluntarily use E-Verify…

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Chamber of Commerce Collusion

By Rick Oltman, May 6, 2019 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has decided to align itself more with the Democratic Party, because of  “The GOP’s drift toward protectionism, nativism and isolationism since Donald Trump took over the party in 2016 …” according to the Washington Post’s interview with Chamber President Tom Donahue. In years past,…

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Ban Bilingual Ballots

By Rick Oltman, May 3, 2019 With the official start of the 2020 election cycle only a few months off, providing bilingual ballots has been the focus of a few court orders. In Alachua County, Florida, the Supervisor of Elections just announced last month that it will offer Spanish-language ballots for the 2020 elections. And they…

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Banning Sanctuary Cities

By Rick Oltman, April 29, 2019 Another group of state legislators has had the courage to stand up and pass legislation banning “sanctuary cities.”  The Florida House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday, April 24, 69-47 mostly along party lines. On Friday, the Florida State Senate passed a companion bill that banned sanctuary cities…

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Open Borders: A Truly Bi-Partisan Effort

By Dave Gibson, April 29, 2019 In 1986, President Ronald Reagan signed into law the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), which was co-sponsored by Congressmen Romano Mazzoli (D-KY) and Senator Alan Simpson (R-WY), and granted amnesty to about 3 million illegal aliens, mostly from Mexico. IRCA passed through the U.S. Senate with a 63-24…

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Amazon Silencing ‘Angel Moms’

By Dave Gibson, April 23, 2019 The online giant retailer founded by billionaire Jeffrey Bezos, is now doing their level-best to bury the recently released, No Safe Places: Death at the Hands of Illegal Aliens. The book tells the stories of more than 50 Americans killed by those here illegally. Though Amazon employees continue to…

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