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Iraq, some questions from a surrender monkey.

Before I ask my questions to the readers of RedMass Group, I have to give a few qualifiers:  Moktada al-Sadar really has the potential to be the Hitler of the Middle East. We should have arrested him four years ago almost to the day when he was implicated in the murder of a moderate Shiite Mullah who returned from exile…

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ACLU trying to revive the Frank amendment

I was troubled to read that the American Civil Liberties Union filed papers, Feb. 23, 2007, at the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, to strike down the previously restored ideological exclusion clause in the Immigration Act. The exclusion clause was also struck down by the 1989 Frank amendment, a law that was named after its author Rep. Barney Frank. The…

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