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November 17, 2010
Brenda Walker On The California Supreme Court Decision Upholding In-State Tuition for Illegal Alien College Students
The stupid state of the left coast has chalked up another blow against citizen taxpayers by forcing us to subsidize the higher education of lawbreaking foreigners.
The reasoning of the California Supreme Court is that the legislation does not discriminate against Americans of other states because the requirement is based on attending a California high school for three years and graduating.
So are Nevada parents expected to send their 15-year-old to live in California to attend high school for 3 years? Ridiculous. Americans ARE disadvantaged by this ruling.
On Election Day, 70 percent of Oklahoma voters approved a no-sharia initiative, and the friends of tyranny at the Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR) immediately sued to prevent its application. One of their fraudulent arguments has been that sharia use in US courts is non-existent, so the law would be superfluous.
Britain has always been an interesting front in the War Against Christmas---there's actually an Established Church there, so the usual separation-of-church-and-state nonsense doesn't apply at all, but the War goes on anyway. This morning, I see it has provoked an interesting reaction in the English city of Milton Keynes:
Back in 2007, freshman UCLA basketball center Kevin Love -- whose father Stan played for awhile in the NBA and whose uncle Mike (and Kevin's more distant relatives, the Wilsons) were in the Beach Boys -- dominated the first four rounds of the NCAA tournament, only to look slow and short (he's 6-7.75 barefoot) and white against Memphis St.'s NBA-level athletes in the semifinals.
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[See: Immigration rally at Utah Capitol turns uncivil, by Lee Davidson and Roxana Orellana, Salt Lake City Tribune, November 17, 2010]
The leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ Of The Latter-Day Saints (I will refer to them as Mormons to save time) has come out in favor of mass immigration and amnesty in what they call the Utah Compact: