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Los Angeles Times Skips the I-Word As California Grants Law License to Illegal Alien

I should skip the ridiculous tag and go right to redonkulous with this one.  Apparently the law means nothing but what they tell you it means.  From :

The Los Angeles Times decided, as one of California’s leading arbiters of political correctness, that they would skip the ironic headline of “Illegal alien wins license to practice law.” That kind of direct language is a bit too honest. The use of the I-word will be banned in all civilized and "inclusive"  forums in the future, and this may mark the beginning.

“California court grants law license to Mexican immigrant” was the headline, and took many paragraphs before listing just how many times this new lawyer evades all those annoying technicalities they teach you about in law school.

“A Mexican immigrant without a green card on Thursday won the right to practice law in California, an unprecedented ruling that will permit others in similar circumstances to become lawyers,” Dolan began.

Not only did the word “illegal” never appear, but neither did anyone who thought this decision was questionable if not ridiculous on its face. The raves were arranged to be unanimous:

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Oregon School Teachers Allowed to Carry Concealed Weapons

It seems that more schools are making the change to allow for legal carry on campus.  It may not prevent someone from attempting to shoot up a school, but hopefully it would bring a quicker end with less loss of life if they did.  Seen at :

Ever since the very first school shooting in modern times, there has always been a demand for educators to be able to carry a means to defend themselves, which has become something of a concern for Oregon School teachers, among others. In fact, that is exactly what a school district inhas done. Teachers have the proper credentials to carry a weapon will be allowed to do so. Marshall Porter, who is the chairman of the St. Helens School Board, has stated that the measure would give teachers the same right as ordinary citizens.

Porter went further making the following statement: “The current law in Oregon allows for anybody to conceal carry on school grounds, to exclude our staff seems like they’re being punished. They should have a right to protect themselves if they so choose.” There are a total of seven schools that fall under Porter’s jurisdiction.

NJ father jailed, stripped of parental rights for transporting legal guns to new home

You can own guns in New Jersey, but all your allowed to do is look at them.  :

Three unloaded, legally owned guns locked in the car trunk of a man moving from Colorado to New Jersey is keeping a man from watching his son grow up.

In New Jersey, they call that the rule of law.

Now, Brian Aitken is traveling the country, using the crowdfunding website Indiegogo to raise money and hoping to write a book about a travesty of justice that’s keeping him from his son.

Aitken was arrested in 2009 while returning to live in New Jersey to be near his son who lived with his ex-wife, . He had stopped at his mother’s home with a vehicle full of his belongings and she called 911 because she was concerned he was so distraught he might harm himself.

She hung up before the call was complete, but police responded anyway. By the time they did, Aitken had left, so police called him on his cell phone and — with a combination of threats and persuasion — convinced him to return to the scene.

Real reason why President has been rejecting GOP funding bills

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Here’s Knoller’s full question: “While you’re waiting for the shutdown to end, why is it that you can’t go along with any of the bills the House is passing? Funding the FDA and FEMA — where you were yesterday — and veterans benefits and Head Start. You have to be tempted to kind of get funding to those programs you support.”

Obama admitted that he is “tempted” to support the bills, because “you’d like to think you could solve at least some of the problems if you couldn’t solve all of it.” That’s what Republicans claim they are trying to do with the appropriations bills to restore funding to various affected programs.

“But here’s the problem. What you’ve seen are bills that come up wherever Republicans are feeling political pressure, they put a bill forward. And if there’s no political heat, if there’s no television story on it, then nothing happens,” Obama said .”If we do some sort of shotgun approach like that, then you’ll have some programs that are highly visible get funded and re-opened, like national monuments, but things that don’t get a lot of attention, like those SBA loans not being funded.”

New California Law lets Illegal Immigrants Practice Law

Is it just me or does this seem a little hypocritical?

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I'm a news junkie, so not much shocks me...

But as I was setting the dinner table, I heard a television report that California’s Gove
rnor Jerry Brown was slated to sign into law a bill allowing illegal aliens to become attorneys in the United States. Officers of the court. Defenders of the Constitution.

Dinner had to be reheated... I couldn't miss this one.

The case involves Sergio Garcia, a 36-year-old undocumented U.S. resident living in California. Garcia came to America with his parents when he was a baby, went back to Mexico at age nine, and returned to the States at age 17.

Since his return, Garcia’s father has become a U.S. citizen, and his mother is a permanent legal resident.

But while Garcia graduated from law school at Cal State Chico and earned his JD at Cal Northern School of Law, he never obtained citizenship. According to reports, Garcia was included on his father’s green card in 1995, but has been waiting ever since for his own.

Regardless, allowing someone to become an attorney in the U.S. before they obtain citizenship is putting the cart before the horse.

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by Dr. Radut