Friday, June 29, 2007
Transcript: 'Special Report with Brit Hume,' June 28, 2007
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KONDRACKE: "Because the loudmouth, some of them nativists, some of them just—well, some of the Tom Tancredo gang does not want Hispanic Americans coming to—..."
It is/was very disturbing!
And since they're slamming everyone (U.S. citizens) that voiced their opinion against this bill...take a look at this info and read what the newer amendments that were presented and while you're at it take a look at this website where these amendments are listed.
Thursday, June 28, 2007
After the events (immigration) today in Washington, D.C.---this is a breath of fresh air.
Senator hangs up on host over 'amnesty' grilling
And 'they're' upset that we've taken them to task. This battle is just one of many more to come folks...immigration isn't going away and there are a number of other issues that are going to be brought before the citizens of the U.S. Make a note...we DO HAVE A VOICE! USE IT!
DON'T FORGET TO CONTACT YOUR SENATOR TO THANK THEM!
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Doctors could soon be storing essential medical information under the skin of their patients, the American Medical Association says.
The association adopted a policy Monday stating that the devices can improve the "safety and efficiency of patient care" by helping to identify patients and enabling secure access to clinical information.
VeriChip Corporation Announces American Medical Association Recommends Implantable RFID Devices to Improve the Safety and Efficiency of Patient Care
The association warned of "potential social consequences" such as using the devices for surveillance which could be an infringement on individual liberties.
It recommended that the devices not be implanted without the informed consent of patients and that doctors monitor their use.
VeriChip anticipates that the AMA's recommendation will enhance the Company's marketing efforts by accelerating the adoption by hospitals of the VeriMed Patient Identification System and increasing the profile of the VeriChip among the medical community.
Riitta Leinonen, noted witchcraft expert and owner of "Hexeria" affirms that the books have pushed the once-occult practice into the entertainment sphere. "The Harry Potter phenomenon shows that there are also positive, and not only malicious, forces in sorcery and that innocent magic can be a good thing," she said. "Witchcraft is benefiting from the Harry Potter effect."
But while children may be Potter's targets, they're not the only takers. One highly visible adult internet witchcraft school credits Rowling as a promoter of Wicca in a press release, stating, "Harry Potter has rekindled interest in beliefs that were already growing in the United Kingdom and United States for more than fifty years, and that belief is a faith called Wicca."
Edwin Meese III- "Heritage's Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow Edwin Meese says the Senate should learn from the immigration reform mistakes of the 1980s."
Mr. Meese served as counselor to the President and attorney general in the Reagan Administration and is editor of "The Heritage Guide to the Constitution."
Ok...light up those switchboards & fax lines- today! On your mark...get set....CALL! or send them a book...Activist: Flood Capitol Hill with 'Late Great USA'
Gheen said at least two senators told him, face to face, they knew nothing of developments taking place under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America agreement the U.S. has with Canada and Mexico in which a broad range of government functions are being streamlined.
Gheen wants citizens to target seven key swing votes in addition to their own senators: Democrat James Webb of Virginia and Republicans Richard Burr of North Carolina, Thad Cochran of Mississippi, John Ensign of Nevada, Judd Gregg of New Hampshire and Norm Coleman of Minnesota.
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Amnesty Bill Cloture Vote Passes, Now the Fireworks Really Begin
Republicans Who Voted for Cloture
Theories on the Cloture Vote: Rush Explains What Happened
You still have time to raise hell with fence-sitters. The next Senate cloture vote comes on Thursday.• Fence-sitter List: Senators Who Can Be Swayed
"Geo-Politics" & Illegal Immigration
Shamnesty document drop: The “Clay Pigeon” amendment Update: Pounding Reid…and getting your RNC refund Update: House GOP passes anti-amnesty resolution
BUT.....IT AIN'T OVER TIL IT'S OVER! Keep movin' IT and praying!
(Get ready...hold on to your lounge chair by the pool!)
IS THIS SCARY ENOUGH FOR YOU?! CONTACT SENATORS NOW!
And go JEFF SESSIONS!
Monday, June 25, 2007
From Michelle Malkin:I repeat: Clear the damn backlogs, first
For more up-to-date info on the Immigration bill go here.