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Cafe Con Leche GOP Endorses Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate

Marshall, Minnesota – National pro-immigrant Republican organization Cafe Con Leche Republicans today is pleased to endorse Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate. Bob Quasius, President of Cafe Con Leche Republicans, said “I’ve had the pleasure to speak with Mike McFadden, and found him to be a solid conservative with a solid grounding in free market economics. […]

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Obama’s Immigration Reform Fakery

By Bob Quasius – The Young Turks really nailed it in pointing out Obama’s fecklessness and weakness in immigration reform, promising once again to act to slow deportations but only after the November elections. Obama has been promising immigration reform from his days as a Senator. As a Senator, Obama engaged in immigration fakery, one […]

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The Conservative Case for Immigration Reform

By Alex Nowrasteh – The debate over immigration reform, intensified by the surge of unaccompanied child migrants at the U.S.–Mexico border, has many conservatives worried. Republican strategist Lanhee Chen explained that conservative opposition to immigration reform in the United States “is a very visceral reaction to what America should be about.” According to conservative opponents of […]

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Do Immigrants Steal Jobs?

By Bob Quasius – Professor Ben Powell of Suffolk University debunks the myth that immigrants steal jobs. I agree completely! The foundation for this myth is the flawed notion that jobs are a zero sum game, when in reality jobs are constantly created and destroyed due to our dynamic economy. Economist Alex Nowrasteh has also […]

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Thomas Sowell on Immigration

By Alex Nowrasteh – Thomas Sowell is an influential and prolific writer whose books span the social sciences. My shelves are full of them, decorated with underlines, marginalia, and dog-eared pages. But in his recent columns and comments on immigration, Sowell has not approached that topic with the same rigorous attention to detail that he has […]

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Open Borders?

By Raoul Lowery Contreras – “You must be happy, delirious that the Texas border is being overrun by your people,” declared the accusatory woman knowing my many-year long campaign for real immigration reform. “No,” I responded, “this crisis is delaying if not destroying prospects for immigration reform anytime soon.” That is so true. First, President […]

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100,000-plus Kids — Blame Obama, Bush, or Who?

By Raoul Lowery Contreras – Some Americans are going berserk over the huge numbers of children walking into the United States through Mexico from Central America; e.g. — some cable news, some radio talk shows. Additionally, there is a loud minority that point to the porous South Texas border as the ultimate result of Barack […]

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What Obama’s “Go at it Alone” On Immigration Really Means

By Alex Gonzalez – President Obama announced on Monday that he will “act alone” on immigration, after the House of Representatives “GOP failed to pass a ‘darn’ immigration bill.” While this is certainly going to anger many conservatives who preferred nothing to be done on immigration, and especially those 40 Republicans in the House who […]

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Pro-Immigrant GOP Group Asks Sarah Palin to Self-Deport from the GOP

Marshall, MN – The pro-immigrant Republican group Cafe Con Leche Republicans reacted today to Sarah Palin’s latest rant and repeated threat to leave the Republican Party over immigration. Bob Quasius, president said “We liked the old Sarah Palin, her spunk and courage, her jokes about Obama and ObamaCare, all the more reason we’re speaking out […]

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This Unnecessary GOP Fight Over Immigration Reform Could Have Been Avoided With Leadership

By Alex Gonzalez – With the victory of David Brat over Eric Cantor in Virginia, many presume that the issue of immigration is dead and that Republican “anti-reform” tea party wing will kill any prospects for an immigration reform. But this may be the exact opposite. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) won his primary re-election openly […]

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