The Supreme Court didn’t actually strike down the Arizona law on its own merits – in other words, they didn’t rule that its requirements were unacceptable from a Constitutional standpoint. They affirmed an appeals court judgment that Arizona could not override the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, commonly known as the “Motor Voter Law.”
The Hawaii Republican Assembly (HIRA) has organized to provide Hawaii conservatives with a home and a voice in Hawaii politics. . . . with the goal of setting the tone for increased conservative political action in the state. . .
Gang of Eight Bill Does Not Uphold Promises to Secure Border, Enforce the Law, or Improve Legal Immigration ()
U.S. Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Mike Lee (R-UT) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA), all members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, today noted the numerous opportunities the Senate Judiciary Committee had to improve the bill during the markup process, yet failed to enact.
Really, it’s worse than that. Consider the central case of the left these days: “Unfettered” freedom is a tragedy — decadent, unfair and un-American. So if, as liberals like to argue, it’s a moral imperative for Americans to scale back personal liberty to build a cleaner, fairer and healthier world, shouldn’t we be willing to do the same to protect the nation from terrorists? Why one and not the other?
At the first meeting was commenced an intensive campaign in behalf of the people who pay the taxes in our country. The foes of that campaign were extravagance and inefficiency in the public service. For three years we have waged this intensive campaign. It has been a united effort, and united effort never fails of accomplishment. The people of this Nation are beginning to win. In that short space of time we have accomplished the unbelievable. . .