Posts Tagged “Immigration”

Maine House Kills Bill Prohibiting “Sanctuary City” Policies

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AUGUSTA, Maine (June 9, 2017) – Last week, the Maine House killed a bill that would have effectively prohibited so-called “sanctuary cities” that refuse to help enforce some federal immigration laws in the state. Rep. Lawrence Lockman (R-Brewer) introduced House Bill 366 (LD366) in February, along with a bipartisan coalition of seven cosponsors. The legislation would…

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Evidence to the Contrary

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In my previous blog, “Resist or Die” on 9 September, I wrote that the South has a lot to be proud of.When I teach young people about the South, I identify three legacies of the South. The first was mentioned in that blog the South has a legacy of the fine arts.The second legacy causes a bit of consternation, considering that tremendous roar of the media, academia and government. The exalted trinity of the left with great conviction and volume repeat the “big lie” of racism in the South. Evidence points to the contrary.The South has a legacy of welcoming and integrating other races and nationalities into its midst and assimilating them into its culture. It is only in Northern cities that we can identify the ghettos of various nationalities black, Irish, Chinese, Greek, Italian, etc. That never happened in the South.Charleston, South Carolina had a huge number of French immigrants….

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