Tag Archive: Immigration

Jan 17

Government Shutdown – How did we Really Get Here!

The editorial in today’s Grand Junction (Colorado) Daily Sentinel rubbed my feathers the wrong way a bit so a response was drafted and sent.  The government shutdown and our Congress are the main topics so I thought my Congress People needed to know.   My Colorado Representatives: Below is the text of a letter to …

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Dec 02

It’s As Good as Over?

As my last attempt of the year to be heard past the first staff member to trash this letter, I figure I might as well try to tell my Cngresspeople once again that things must be done to save the nation.  Sounds hollow, I know – the “saving the nation” stuff – but … My …

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Nov 17

Quack, Quack, Quack

There’s going to be a lot of direction change, revisiting old legislative proposals and certainly investigations and impeachment attempts over the next two years.  I’d like to say it will be fun to watch but I respect the nation too much to look at this as entertainment.  Let’s hope some members of Congress will actually …

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Jun 24

Emotion and Laws do not mix

As I was faxing this letter to my Representative, Scott Tipton (R-CO) I noticed where President Trump “tweeted” similar concerns.  Where does it end? Laws twisted and turned by emotion have no place in a nation based on the rule of law.  Politics is emotions.  Laws are NOT!   Scott – There’s a reason we …

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Nov 23

Obama: “We’re weak & afraid if we don’t take refugees.”

President Obama thinks if we refuse to accept any Syrian refugees were showing we’re weak and afraid.  I think he’s showing that he is unawares and uncaring.  My Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO) hit the issue head on in his 11/22 Column.  Take a minute and read it.   Scott – I read your Nov 22nd …

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Nov 16

Coming Soon – To a City Near You!

The Radical Islamic Terrorist attack(s) in Paris this past Friday will soon becoming to a US city near you.  We have been and are a primary target.  We can quickly do something to help prevent future attacks in the US.  This letter has gone to my Representative Tipton (R-CO) and Senators Bennet (D-CO) & Gradner …

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Apr 27

One Nation – One Culture – One Language

Our national culture is crumbling into something totally foreign to our Constitutional foundation.  Others want to join us physically but not culturally.  Being here is convenient – participating is inconvenient.  Everyone has ideals but to culturally shield your ideals from others undermines our nation.  We have to be able to talk to each other!  Hence …

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Feb 10

Using laws we already have – what an idea!

“Comprehensive” is, in fact, a really nebulous   (indistinct, vague) term – perhaps that is why “Comprehensive” is such a popular adjective with our politicians.  Nothing works better than a term that is so well defined – using indistinct and vague terms – when it comes to describing something that is way better left, well, not …

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Jun 24

Hey – Try This!

We have Senators, Lobbyists, Administrative hit men and who knows what else running amok through the halls of Congress and gathering in dark nooks and crannies – sipping expensive scotch and bourbon or mediocre ‘designer’ beers, secretly negotiating votes on, in essence, a new 1000 page bill that has magically appeared to replace the Gang …

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Jun 17

29 Years Since 1984 – Orwell was just premature…

George Orwell’s “Big Brother” in his classic 1984 seems closer every day.  My meandering manuscript below hints that possibly unwilling political conscripts are being used as pawns to bring such a society our way – in spite of all the checks, balances, protections and security our founding fathers put in place just to prevent such …

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