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MLK Day: Decades Later, Immigration in the Interests of Black America Remains a Dream

Civil rights icon Barbara Jordan warned more than two decades ago of mass legal immigration’s impact on black Americans. To this day, her reforms to aid the black community have remained a dream. In a television ad on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, NumbersUSA — the organization that fights for American workers in the immigration debate — is running an ad featuring Jordan’s famed recommendations to Congress in 1995. “The commission finds no national interest in continuing to import lesser skilled and unskilled workers to compete in the most vulnerable parts of…

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Nolte: ‘The Sopranos’ at 20 — More Relevant Than Ever

On January 10, 1999, a cigar-puffing Tony Soprano drove out of the Lincoln Tunnel, onto the Jersey Turnpike, over the Meadowlands, past a 97 cent(!) gas sign, and through Jersey City before pulling into the driveway of his dull, generic suburban McMansion. In the background Alabama 3’s Woke Up This Morning throbbed on the soundtrack: “Woke up this morning, you got yourself a gun, got yourself a gun, got yourself a gun…” and with the sound of a record scratch, The Sopranos changed television forever. The Sopranos is not the…

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George W. Bush Delivers Passionate, Tearful Eulogy for His Father

Former President George W. Bush eulogized his father, George W. Bush, on Wednesday, just eight months after losing his mother, Barbara Bush. Bush opened the eulogy by thanking everyone in attendance and said, “I once heard it said of man that the idea is to die young as late as possible.” Bush then went on to list some of his father’s life accomplishments. Bush said: At age 85, a favorite pastime of George H.W. Bush was firing up his boat, the Fidelity, and opening up the three-300 horsepower engines to…

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**LIVE UPDATES** Nation Mourns George H.W. Bush with State Funeral

The nation’s capital bids its final farewell to the late former President George H.W. Bush on Wednesday in a service of prayer and praise. **Follow all of the events on the Breitbart News Livewire below. All times in eastern.** 11:24 AM — A solemn Bush family walks into the National Cathedral ahead of President George H.W. Bush’s funeral services #Remembering41 https://t.co/NDSr7mQQdN pic.twitter.com/CCbx80fyAe — Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) December 5, 2018 The casket of former President George H.W. Bush has arrived at Washington National Cathedral in a lengthy, slow-moving motorcade that transported his family,…

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Donald Trump: George H.W. Bush Funeral a ‘Day of Celebration for a Great Man’ 

President Donald Trump recognized the national funeral for former President George H.W. Bush on Wednesday. “This is not a funeral, this is a day of celebration for a great man who has led a long and distinguished life,” Trump wrote on Twitter Wednesday. “He will be missed!” Both President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will join the Bush family, the Clintons, the Carters, and the Obamas for the funeral which will be held at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Former President George W. Bush will deliver the speech…

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Trumps Meet the Bush Family in Washington Prior to Bush Sr. Funeral

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump crossed the street to meet former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush on Tuesday evening. The Trumps arrived at Blair House, where the Bush family was staying, and President Trump greeted and shook hands with former President Bush. Reporters watched as the four leaders entered the Blair House for a visit, but the press was not invited to the event. Trump welcomed the Bush family to Washington for the national funeral for George H.W. Bush that he plans…

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Democrat Rep. Pramila Jayapal: CEOs Must Get ‘Millions’ of Cheap Visa-Workers

Indian-born Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal says the U.S. economy needs millions of wage-cutting visa workers for good jobs sought by many Americans and immigrants. The editors of the New York Review of Books published Jayapal’s corporatist demand for more visa workers on December 3 under the headline: “A New Moral Imagination on Immigration.” She wrote: The number of visas for nonagricultural workers (such as construction workers, housekeepers, or forest workers) is stuck at the 1990 level of 66,000 visas—even though our economy requires millions. In reality, the resident population of blue-collar and white-collar visa-workers – H2Bs,…

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Donald and Melania Trump Visit the Capitol to Pay Respects to George H.W. Bush

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump traveled to the United States Capitol on Monday evening to pay their respects to the late former President George H.W. Bush. The president and the first lady traveled via motorcade to the Capitol, arriving at 8:22 p.m. after the former president was recognized in a ceremony with speeches from Congressional leaders and Vice President Mike Pence. Once in the Capitol Rotunda, the president saluted the casket and stood side by side in silent tribute to the former president. Pres. Trump, first lady…

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Pollak: The Media Belatedly Loved George H.W. Bush — For the Wrong Reasons

The nation is mourning the passing of President George H.W. Bush, one of the greatest Americans. In the voluminous tributes that have appeared in the media since Friday evening, Bush has been appropriately honored for his lifetime of public service and his legacy — most of all, perhaps, his large and loving family, who equally devoted to the nation he led. President Bush — “Bush 41” or “Bush senior,” as he was later called, to distinguish him from his son, George W. — should be remembered for three great accomplishments.…

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George H.W. Bush’s Final Words: ‘I Love You, Too’

According to George H.W. Bush’s longtime friend and former secretary of state, James Baker III, the former president and WWII veteran passed away peacefully in his Houston home late Friday night. Upon Baker’s arrival to check on Bush at his home Friday morning, he was alert and spoke with Baker. “Where are we going, Bake?” Bush asked. “We’re going to heaven,” Baker responded. “That’s where I want to go,” Bush stated. Baker left and then returned to the Houston home later that evening. As H.W. Bush’s life slowly came to…

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