Immigration

To stop Illegal immigration or not to stop illegal immigration

By Marc Abear With Election Day near we should be aware of the Left’s priorities most especially when it is supported by action. Their priorities added to their basic lack of understanding of the separation of powers help us see useful facts when making Election Day decisions. In trying to help the Left on Election …

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As Central American Caravan Heads to U.S Guatemala Arrests 100 ISIS Terrorists

It’s no secret that the porous southern border has been used to get terrorists into the United States. Narco-terrorists bring drugs to gangs in sanctuary cities like Lawerence, Massachusetts. That poison kills hundreds annually here in New Hampshire. It naturally follows that if they the cartels can get their people in so can Islamofascists like those …

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Who Will Be The Next Mollie Tibbetts?

I posted what I like to call “bait” on the Grok Facebook page. It was two meme’s someone made making a point or two about the tragic murder of Iowa girl-next-door Mollie Tibbetts at the hands of an illegal alien. The tender-footed progressive-leaning morally-mother superiors can never contain themselves. The gist of at least one objection is that …

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The Democrat’s Child Endangerment Exception: Not a Crime for Illegal Aliens

We had separation week, but as it turns into Separation Summer, I had another thought about how hypocritical the far-left is on the so-called issue of Trump separating families. If you walked your children across an unforgiving desert or placed them in the company of narco-terrorists, drug dealers, human traffickers, or gang members, sometimes for …

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NH Number One In Child Welfare But That’s Just Not Good Enough

So, about your children? New Hampshire is the highest-ranked state for children’s well-being, according to a national survey released on Wednesday. The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count report, based on data from 2016, ranks New Hampshire first overall and second in economic well-being, with drops in the number of children living in households with high …

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Family Separation Week – Trump Gives DHS Discretion “to the extent permitted by law”

Via an Executive Order titled, “Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Separation,” Mr. Trump has instructed relevant Federal agencies lead by the Department of Homeland Security that they,  (a)  … , shall, to the extent permitted by law and subject to the availability of appropriations, maintain custody of alien families during the pendency of any …

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As Kuster Races to Border for Photo-Op Steve Negron Says, “Cancel Your Ticket”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 22, 2018 Contact: Roger Wilkins press@teamnegron.com, 603-864-8633 Steve Negron to Rep. Kuster: “Cancel Your Ticket” Nashua, NH – Today Steve Negron shared the opinion of one Mexican immigrant family on the crisis at the border, his own. The many subtopics of concern involve the out-of-touch nature of a professional lobbyist-turned-politician racing …

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Family Separation Week – Governor Sununu Carries The Left’s Water

If you’ve been following us for Family Separation Week, you will know that the entire “separating families” narrative is hypocritical politized partisan progressive rubbish. As a principled Conservative, I have been identifying the hypocrisy and challenging the Left’s narrative. GraniteGrok.com has provided context with links to other sources. We are fighting the good fight and not …

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