24Ahead.com: Immigration and Politics
Greg Brannon and immigration
Greg Brannon is a Teaparty "Patriots"-endorsed candidate running for Congress in North Carolina.
This is a Twitter conversation between 24AheadDotCom_ and this user:
Husband, Father of 7, Physician to 20,000 & NC’s Constitutional Conservative Candidate for U.S. Senate. Endorsed by @SenRandPaul & @SenMikeLee. #ncsen
If this user replies, it will be added to the list of tweets below. If you see no replies below, they have not replied.
Want more coverage? Sponsor posts here
Help hold politicians accountable: promote the
plan to discredit politicians by asking them tough questions on video
. Take a few minutes
and promote that plan.
How to stop amnesty and minimize illegal immigration
To reduce illegal immigration, discredit intermediaries
How to ask politicians tough questions
- easy-to-use categorized listing of our 10,000+ posts since 2002
How and why
the Teaparty movement should be opposed
league of united latin american citizens
Search for a tag:
Enter term(s) to search:
Sleazy Think Progress, Anderson Cooper lie about Tom Tancredo
Ein Volk, Eine Heimat
Luis Gutierrez, Joe Baca don't want federal enforcement in "their" communities
GAO report: DHS not meeting goals
"Committee Adopts Draft; Some Grumble"
"Macy's Hit With $100M Discrimination Suit"
The UN's "Borderless" World
"Border crossings hinder training at Ariz. bases"
VP debate moderator Gwen Ifill: in the tank for Barack Obama? (didn't tell CPB, plays race card)
Local yahoo sheriffs get fun new toy
Subscribe to our feed and tell your friends about this site.
Sam P.K. Collins downplays Ebola risk
Is Tara Haelle credible? Find out.
Heather Caygle downplays Ebola risk
Carrie Dann indicts herself
Julia Belluz of Vox helps make Ebola worse
How NumbersUSA will help amnesty supporters
Aaron Blake misleads about Ebola restrictions
Follow 24AheadDotCom_ (with the "_")
Illegal immigration: an introduction
in the last 45 days.
five things you can do about the Obama administration's lawsuit over Arizona's immigration law.
Need a correction? Spot an error? Post about it