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BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP: Does the 14th Amendment Really Recognize It for Illegal Aliens?

by Diane Rufino, November 16, 2018 The term “birthright citizenship” refers to the idea that you can become a citizen of a country simply by being born there. The fancy legal term is jus soli, “right of the soil” (as … Continue reading

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Why the Caravan? Why Now?

(Photo Credit:  Fox News) by Diane Rufino, November 14, 2018 The caravan is here and some folks are saying that the migrants are already entering the country illegally. We’ll soon find out when we hear the news (the honest news … Continue reading

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Kanye West is No Political Party Slave

  by Diane Rufino, November 2, 2018 I’m not a fan of rap music, I must admit.   I love music; it’s a big part of my life and my personality. The music of the 80s has always made me happy … Continue reading

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The Politics of Character Assassination and Personal Destruction: Evidence that Evil Has Co-opted the Democratic Party

(credit:  Reuters photo) by Diane Rufino, October 8, 2018 Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as the 114th associate justice to the Supreme Court on Saturday, October 6. It almost didn’t happen. And if everything went the way Democrats planned, it … Continue reading

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The Constitutional Convention of 1787: Prayer Served a Purpose Just as Prayer Always Serves a Purpose

  by Diane Rufino, October 8, 2018 Here is a trivia question for you:  Who were the oldest and youngest delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, in 1787 ? The oldest delegate, as many I’m sure remember from your … Continue reading

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Thank You Senator Susan Collins for Defending our Institutions and for Supporting Judge Kavanaugh

by Diane Rufino, October 5, 2018 Several heroes emerged in this whole sordid, circus-freak show that Democrats made of our Constitutional process of nominating and affirming judges to the Supreme Court, and those include Senator Lindsey Graham, Senator Mitch McConnell, … Continue reading

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The Double Standard That Makes Victims of Ordinary Men

by Diane Rufino, October 4, 2018 Last night I watched an episode of Ally McBeal that had quite an impression on me — season 5, episode 16 (“Love Is In the Air,” Part 1). In that episode, the firm assigned … Continue reading

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