Do the farmers of your state sell eggs to California? Our farmers in Iowa do.
Do your farmers sell pork to the Golden State? Do they sell Californians veal? Again, the farmers in my state of Iowa do. I bet the farmers in your state trade in some of these goods too.
Because of this, you should know something important: California just banned your state’s goods.
It has been a project 60 years in the making, since the first four lane section was opened in Moville in 1958.
Protecting our borders and sovereignty has proven to be one of the most complex issues facing our great country. Whether it is sanctuary cities, illegal border crossings, or chain migration, to name a few, we face immigration challenges on many different levels.
It has become a staple of baseball lore, and I was reminded of it while watching Major League Baseball’s Home Run Derby on television during the All-Star Game festivities.
In one ruling, the Supreme Court has delivered two major victories to President Trump. The first victory is obvious: Trump v. Hawaii validates the President’s broad authority to restrict entry of specified foreign nationals into the United States when the President finds such entry is “detrimental to the interests of the United States.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has his critics. That’s not unusual: Mr. Sessions is a conservative in good standing and one expects the angriest voices of the left to engage in histrionic screeching over his tenure at the Department of Justice.
The Constitution, in its list of federal powers, includes the ability “to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes.”
My friends Reps. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, opined on Thursday that the time has come for a new person to serve as attorney general.
I disagree with their opinion. I believe Attorney General Jeff Sessions is the right man in the right place at the right time to restore respect in America for the Rule of Law.
The Day the Berlin Wall Came Crumbling Down
What were you watching on Thursday, November 9, 1989?
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