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Presidential candidate and anti-immigration enthusiast Tom Tancredo (R-CO) fields ten questions from people across the country for an article by TIME magazine. While the focus of the questions are on our illegal immigration problem, he does field a question on global warming. His response is interesting because he equates global warming to our illegal immigration problem:
Download a .pdf of the letter May 30, 2007 The Honorable Kevin J. MartinChairmanFederal Communications Commission445 12th Street, S.W.Washington, D.C. 20554 Re: WT Docket Nos. 96-86, 06-150, 06-169 Dear Mr. Chairman:
Congressional Democrats Want To Hold Employers Hostage
Ted, Hillary and their Democratic friends in Congress are pushing for a bill that will allow employees to sue based on pay discrimination indefinitely. Recently the Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision rejected a claim of pay discrimination made by a woman who had started working in 1979. They ruled that employees need to sue within 180 days is they are claiming pay discrimination.
President Bush today unveiled his plan today to begin negotiations on a strategy to significantly reduce greenhouse emissions and set attainable goals for reduction by the time he leaves office in 2009. The president, who has previously refused to sign on to any Kyoto provisions, envisions this strategy to be a successor to the treaty. It remains to be seen if this agreement would include any economically harmful and anti free market cap and trade legislation which had been a sticking point for the Administration in Kyoto negotiations.
Former Tennessee Senator turned actor announced today that he was forming an exploratory presidential committee leading up to a formal announcement of his candidacy on the fourth of July. Read more about Fred Thompson's announcement.