Here is a funny video I came across recently.
What do you do with 11 million people?
The staggering number simply dictates the immanent need of immigration reform. It is impossible to think that we could root out a population the size of Ohio and return them all to their originating countries without a massive, decades-long fiasco. A smart policy wonk describes our current situation as ‘defacto amnesty’.
In ideological land, opponents focus on the crime of illegal immigration and wish to mete out what they perceive
2002-2003 U.N. inspections of Iraq weapon systems found unreported empty chemical war heads and they claimed they were old and forgotten. Upon further inspections Iraq claimed to have destroyed stockpiles of anthrax and VX nerve agent yet failed to provide adequate documentation of the destruction. Shortly after Iraqi scientists begin to deny interviews with U.N. inspectors.
Supported military action:
1 Sep 2013 U.S. Senate
Current 55 Dems 45 Rep
Alaska Begich D if the GOP doesn’t nominate Miller, this should be a GOP pick up 54 D 46 R
Arkansas Pryor D 50-50 GOP shot, Arkansas if GOP territory, give this to the GOP 53 D 47 R
Georgia Chambliss R retiring GOP should hold if it doesn’t nominate Broun. Michelle Nunn the daughter of the very popular D senator Sam Nunn is vying for the Democratic nomination. She will win if matched up
Beaucracies. The term is heard all the time in everyday modern politics. But what is a Bureaucracy? And how do they affect modern politics? A bureaucracy can be quite simply defined as: An unelected body of administrative policy-making government officials. Historically, bureaucracy was a government administration managed by departments run by unelected officials. In a more modern sense, bureaucracy refers to the administrative system governing any large institution. Since being instituted, the