Twitter is buzzing with left-of-center accounts of a Tea Party "crowd" telling GOP Rep. Diaz-Balart to "speak English" while making remarks in Spanish at the House Leadership Immigration press conference. But what really happened is not clear.
At the G8 Summit in Northern Ireland, President Obama suggested that Catholic schools are divisive. The controversy over the president’s comment prompted a Twitter user to wonder exactly what kinds of schools Obama would approve of. It only takes a tweet to get things going: I propose a new hashtag: #ObamaApprovedSchools – Hogwart's Academy – […]
“May we, in humility, confront this national sin, & may we mourn what abortion reveals about the conscience of our nation.” – @VirginiaFoxx— Sister Toldjah (@sistertoldjah) June 19, 2013 Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC), speaking on behalf of the unborn and in support of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR 1797), was brought to tears […]
Unlike many in the GOP, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is willing to speak bluntly and honestly about the Gang of Eight’s amnesty proposal. Of course, he is absolutely right. It is 1986 all over again. And if the Gang of Eight bill passes, the low-wage-worker lobby will be pushing another amnesty proposal down our throats […]
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