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A Bigger Picture of the Venezuelan Threat: What Americans Need to Know Right Now

Earlier this week multiple news outlets reported that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is threatening the U.S. with war. Upset by President Trump’s ban disallowing Venezuelan officials from entering the country, Maduro reportedly stated, “We have been shamelessly threatened by the most criminal empire that ever existed and we have the obligation to prepare ourselves to […]

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Happening Now: The Murder of the Venezuelan People

Venezuela is starving. In a May 7 Wall Street Journal article, Juan Ferero describes this horror: Hordes of people, many with children in tow, rummage through garbage, an uncommon sight a year ago. People in the countryside pick farms clean at night, stealing everything from fruits hanging on trees to pumpkins on the ground, adding […]

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Do You Know The Truth About Sanctuary Cities?

We are just a few weeks away from President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. Because he has promised to cut all federal funding for sanctuary cities on his first day in office, you may have heard many inflammatory and untrue comments about sanctuary cities on the news or on your friends’ Facebook feeds. So, what is the […]

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Immigrants in the Military: What You Need to Know

Recently, there have been several news stories calling for a stop to the deportation of military veterans. The ACLU started a “Stop Deporting Veterans” campaign, and NPR ran an interview with a Marine veteran, Daniel Torres, who was deported to Mexico. We agree that the deportation of veterans – who have done so much for […]

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Uniting the Americas: Pope Francis on the Border Wall

If you follow the news, you probably heard about the bold statements Pope Francis made during his visit to Mexico. In a beautiful tribute to the unity of mankind despite arbitrary border divisions, Francis celebrated Mass at the Mexican-US border. Reportedly, 200,000 Mexicans attended while 30,000 Americans watched him on the big screen at the […]

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