December 12, 2012
Let me introduce you to Paul, a highly skilled immigrant who came to this country in 1962. When he landed in New York City, he was stranded. He had spent most of his assets traveling to the U.S., leaving him without enough money to travel from New York to Oregon, where he was scheduled to begin his Ph.D. program. But he had a vision of a better life for his family, so he didn’t despair. After a frantic call, he was wired the money to make the trip across the country.
The Hill By: Charles N. W. Keckler
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ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp on today’s Supreme Court decision in “Obergefell v. Hodges”:
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(Washington, DC) Today, The American Conservative Union (ACU) Chairman
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In a speech on voting rights in Houston, Texas, Thursday afternoon, democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton outlined three groups of disenfranchised