Press release issued by City of Atlanta/Mayor’s office on September 6, 2018 ATLANTA — Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has signed an Executive Order directing the Chief of the Atlanta City Department of Corrections to take the necessary action to permanently stop receiving U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainees under the current agreement with the…Details
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By Ann Corcoran, July 8, 2020 It’s kind of crazy isn’t it — for 13 years I’ve been working to inform the American public about the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program on almost a daily basis. I say “almost,” because as many of you know the speech police succeeded in forcing RRW off the internet about…Details
By Allan Wall, July 7, 2020 “So when did you become a liberal? Quit pandering to the mob. Do what you were elected [to do].” Thus wrote an angry Okie on the Facebook comments section of Oklahoma U.S. Senator James Lankford page. (Message slightly edited for punctuation and capitalization.) Senator Lankford had joined fellow Senator…Details
By Allan Wall, July 2, 2020 Labor discrimination has been an ongoing issue in recent decades in our country. We even have a federal bureaucracy – the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) – to make sure private companies don’t discriminate on the basis of (according to the EEOC website) “the person’s race, color, religion,…Details
By Allan Wall, June 25, 2020 Oklahoma State University, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, was founded in the 1890s to become the “Princeton of the Prairies.” It has a great academic tradition, specializing in agriculture and engineering. It’s also my alma mater. OSU was also the scene of a recent outrage illustrating the growing disregard for…Details
By Dave Gibson, June 24, 2020 Since taking office, Virginia’s Gov. Ralph Northam has promised much to those here illegally. Over the past few months, he has delivered on those promises. In April, Northam signed a bill into law, which will grant taxpayer-subsidized, in-state tuition at colleges and universities throughout the Commonwealth. The measure is…Details
By John Vinson, June 23, 2020 Virginia has taken in lots of immigrants, since I moved here thirty years ago. Many of them end up in the counties adjacent to Washington, D.C. – Fairfax and Arlington. Both are quite multicultural, with people from just about everywhere in the world. There I’ve seen signs in Spanish,…Details