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Entries in Avena (4)

Tuesday
Aug162011

Candidates Cruz and Perry played pivotal role in protecting US sovereignty

US Senate candidate Ted Cruz has argued a number of cases before the US Supreme Court. In one case, Cruz and his governor Rick Perry literally held US sovereignty in their hands.(Photo: The US Report/Kay B. Day)Did you know that US Senate candidate Ted Cruz and Texas governor Rick Perry played a pivotal role in protecting US sovereignty? Did you know that if Cruz and Perry had refused to fight for our sovereignty, the World Court could have interfered in domestic courts and potentially could overturn any verdict the World Court chose to challenge?

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Tuesday
Dec282010

Teen in cartel murders faces light sentence and citizenship issues

The case of the 14-year-old media call "El Ponchis", who allegedly worked as an assassin for a Mexican drug cartel, illustrates the complexities spawned by an unsecured border. Ironically despite allegations he committed brutal crimes, the teen faces a light sentence if he’s convicted in Mexico.

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Monday
Nov152010

Michael Moore’s pink tutu moment points to progressive truth

It’s hard to believe what’s coming out of progressive mouths these days. Even by past standards, some of the comments are astounding. For instance Newsweek has an editorial questioning the growth in presidential power. But top of the heap is a comment by Michael Moore who at first seemed to be praising the president Democrats and their party supporters projected as an American savior of sorts.

On one of those forgettable progressive comedy shows that dot network landscapes, Moore said one of the best days in his last decade was being able to vote for President Barack Obama. Then Moore dropped a bombshell.

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Monday
Oct112010

GOP ‘extremists’ vs. Democrat ‘extremists’

Watch a show about politics these days and you will hear the word ‘extremists’ associated with Republicans. Democrats are turning to that slur because they don’t have anything else to turn to. But who are the real extremists?

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