Presidential candidate Ron Paul has shattered the previous one-day fundraising record, raising over 6 million dollars in 24 hours. And it was generated entirely from individual donors. Ron Paul refuses corporate funds. Dr. Paul has surpassed his original 4th quarter goal of $12 million and now stands at $18 million with two more weeks to go.
December 17, 2007
December 5, 2007
A pattern is emerging among the presidential candidates. Those who are soft on border security and illegal immigration tend to be soft on crime in general.
Wayne Dumond was in prison after raping a cheerleader when Governor Mike Huckabee wrote to him. In the letter uncovered by National Review Online, Huckabee wrote “My desire is that you be released from prison. I feel that parole is the best way for your reintroduction to society to take place.” Drumond was later granted parole and soon after raped and murdered Carol Sue Shields.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been caught for the second time using a landscaping company that employs illegal immigrants.
November 25, 2007
Mitt Romney, already known for his soft stance on illegal immigrant criminals, now may face broader criticism for being soft on crime in general. Daniel Tavares Jr. was in prison for murdering his own mother with a carving knife when he was released this year by a Mitt Romney appointed judge. Police say Tavares has already killed again. Young newlyweds Brian and Beverly Mauck were found shot to death in their home last week. Tavares is charged with the murders.
October 21, 2007
A Pro Swiss political party that promised to deport illegal immigrants is expected to win the largest share of votes in Swiss parliamentary elections.
May 29, 2007
Lionel Sosa, a Hispanic Republican strategist explained his support of Hispanic Democrat Bill Richardson by saying, “Blood runs thicker than politics.“
May 27, 2007
Lou Barletta, the Hazleton, PA mayor who is fighting for laws to protect Americans from illegal immigrants, has won the Republican primary and also won the Democratic primary via write-in votes.
March 14, 2007
A proposal in the Minnesota House could give non-citizens the right to vote, diluting the voting power of citizens.