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In 2011, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick expressed his opposition to “Secure Communities”, a program designed to further cooperation between federal immigration authorities and state and local governments. Governor Patrick’s objection:  “What you get on the downside is a whole lot of folks who are worried about being targeted.” Not long after, on August 20, 2011, […]

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American government functions best when each level of government (federal, state, county, local) stays in its own lane and its own jurisdiction. That becomes problematic, however, when the federal government either grabs too much power or cedes its power to control the border without allowing a state government to fill the void. A current case […]

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Allan on May 19th, 2020

As of May 18th there were about 2 and a quarter million cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in the Western Hemisphere, with the majority (1 and a half million) of the cases being in the United States. That’s according to my calculations based on the Worldometer website. There is much more that can be gleaned from […]

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Allan on September 21st, 2019

Over three months, in response to the Trump Tariff Threat, Mexico made a deal with the U.S. In exchange for avoiding the tariffs, Mexico pledged to reduce the flow of non-Mexicans passing through Mexico to get to the United States. So three months later, how is that going? For the entire article, click here. Article […]

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