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Trump tweets against his own base on immigration

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Donald Trump seriously compromised his own message on immigration with a series of tweets this morning.

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Wow. WOW. That didn’t take long.
The post BREAKING: Trump’s Morning Tweet is a Serious Slap in the Face to His Base appeared first on RedState. BREAKING: Trump’s Morning Tweet is a Serious Slap in the Face to His Base

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Is there any position Trump won’t abandon for the sake of someone liking him that particular day? Is there any flip-flop to great for this president? I’m fairly sure the #AlwaysTrump crowd will find a way to justify this or call it 4D chess or brilliant genius. But most will simply call it what it is: a betrayal.

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Kyrsten Sinema’s socialist thoughts now exemplify over half of Arizona

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Kyrsten Sinema's socialist thoughts now exemplify over half of Arizona

Arizona can no longer be considered a red state. As the Senate election vote counts finish up, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema appears poised to win. It isn’t that a Democrat won that makes me move Arizona from red to purple. It’s that a socialist in moderate clothing was able to pull the wool over the eyes of Arizona voters so easily.

Just an hour of research is enough to break through the Arizona mainstream media’s false narrative that Sinema is a moderate. She is anti-capitalism, in favor of open borders, and had the lowest Liberty Score of anyone in the House representing Arizona.

Then, there’s this:

“A huge dollar bill is the most accurate way to teach children the real motto of the United States: In the Almighty Dollar We Trust… Until the average American realizes that capitalism damages her livelihood while augmenting the livelihoods of the wealthy, the Almighty Dollar will continue to rule. It certainly is not ruling in our favor.”

Arizona chose poorly.

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Immigration

Even Michael Bloomberg once recognized a problem with legal immigration

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Even Michael Bloomberg once recognized a problem with legal immigration

All of the focus lately has been on illegal immigration. We cannot forget we have many legal immigration problems, including how we choose who can stay in the country permanently.

The former Republican and current hardcore leftist has been an outspoken proponent of abortion, gun control, and other progressive ideals, but at some point in the past he recognized the need for positive immigration reform.

“Canada sets aside 36 percent of their visas for people with skills they think their country needs. We set aside six percent. We educate the doctors, and then don’t give ’em a green card.”

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Pro-Israel group has amazing response for upcoming antisemitic conference at UCLA

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Pro-Israel group has amazing response for upcoming antisemitic conference

We’ve grown accustomed to opposing sides attempting to quash each other. Leftists often do everything they can to prevent conservatives from speaking at universities. Conversely, right-wing extremist groups often show up to intimidate leftist protesters. It’s a sad and dangerous ebb and flow that often seems impossible to resolve.

One might expect a similar reaction from pro-Israel groups when antisemitic groups come to town. Students for Justice in Palestine, a BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel) group that operates on campuses around the nation, is having their 8th annual conference at UCLA from November 16-18.

The response from Stand With Us, a pro-Israel organization, is not what most are accustomed to hearing. Charline Delkhah, Southwest Campus Coordinator for Stand With Us, didn’t call for protests or for the school to shut down the conference as many have done to her organization.

“But because we live in a country where freedom of speech is one of our basic amendments, they’re given the same rights as we would be given those rights to have a conference on any campus.”

As most campus groups work to stifle their opposition, it’s refreshing to see one embracing the 1st Amendment by defending the right to free speech even from those with opposite views.

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