Republican Presidential candidate Jeb Bush is under attack from Democrats for using the term ‘anchor babies’ describing the children born within the United States to immigrant families who have immigrated illegally. He keeps his stand that his comment is in place. While doing a radio interview with Bill Bennett this week, Jeb Bush used the phrase that is considered by many a very derogatory term for immigrant families. He used the platform to call for a better enforcement so that anchor babies never happen again. Republicans often use the term ‘anchor babies’ to refer to the current immigration policy of the Obama administration and how it is used by foreigners to come to the country illegally and have children in order to obtain American citizenship. To make the matters worse for Bush, he was a co-chair of a conservative group, the Hispanic Leadership Network when they issued a memo of a list of ...

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Mexican government on Wednesday issued a statement regarding Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s latest controversy concerning immigration policy and his plan to build a wall on the U.S. - Mexican border. Donald Trump, the real estate businessman and the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Elections has gained considerable support by Neocon Republicans for his tough policy agendas on immigration, economy and foreign policy. His appearance on the primary Republican debate on FOX stirred a lot of people who are concerned that Donald Trump as president would cause a lot of trouble, because he is simply out of control. His latest plan on immigration policy is to increase visa fees for Mexicans, so that they have a part in the financing for the building of a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico to prevent illegal immigrants from passing. His initial comments about Mexicans during his announcement ...

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Three top ranking Democratic Senators made their stances on the American led international deal with Iran. Democrat Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse, both of Rhode Island backed the agreement and Senator Robert Menendez has strongly disagreed with it. Senator Reed who sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee has announced his support for the Iran nuclear deal and was later joined by Senator Whitehouse. According to Reuters, the Senators backing the deal said that if Congress was to disapprove the Iran nuclear deal, America would be making a dangerous strategic mistake. However, Senator Robert Menendez, the former Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman has expressed a strong opposition of the deal and announced that he would vote for the disapproval of the deal and, if necessary, a vote for overriding a Presidential veto, that President Barack Obama has vowed to declare if Congress gets enough support for the resolution of disapproval. According to Reuters ...

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Hillary Clinton is to set an agenda for increasing Social Security benefits for women and low-income seniors. The frontrunner for the Democratic Party Presidential nomination has answered a questionnaire sent by the American Federation of Labor in April and was not available to the public until now. Reuters has seen the questionnaire and it has been confirmed by three sources. According to Reuters, Clinton vowed to protect Social Security benefits from Republican efforts to cut it and prolong age of retirement and she also said she would “enhance it to meet new realities.” She added “I am especially focused on the fact that we need to improve how Social Security works for women. I also want to enhance benefits for our most vulnerable seniors.” She is expected to set the agenda for proposals on retirement security in the upcoming couple of months. The former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator of New York, ...

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Businessman and real estate mogul Donald Trump announced on Sunday that he would increase fees on visas for Mexicans as a plan to fund the building of a wall on the U.S. – Mexican border if he is elected President. Trump, who became the frontrunner for the Republican party Presidential nomination for the 2016 Elections, during an appearance on NBC’s “meet the Press” said that all undocumented immigrants will be deported during his term in the presidency and that he would rescind President Barack Obama’s executive order that is supposed to protect 5 million undocumented immigrant from deportation and create a path for earning an American citizenship. As part of a plan to build a wall on the Mexico border, Trump issued a policy paper on Sunday in which he vows to increase fees on visas for Mexican diplomats, chief executives and North American Free Trade Agreement workers in case Mexico refuses ...

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The frontrunner for the Democratic Party Presidential nomination for 2016 Elections, Hillary Clinton on Saturday attacked Republican Presidential candidate Jeb Bush regarding his accusations that hers and the policies of President Barack Obama led to the rise of Islamic State. The former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator of New York, Clinton addressed the statements made by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush that she and Obama were responsible for the continuing war in Iraq and the withdrawal of U.S. troops. She deflected the blame stating that it was his brother, former President George W. Bush who invaded Iraq in 2003 in the first place and later signed the agreement to withdraw the troops along with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. According to Reuters, Clinton had a campaign stop at a state fair in Iowa and held a press conference. She stated “I find it somewhat curious that Jeb Bush is doubling down on ...

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Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday got the endorsement of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers for 2016 Elections. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers is consisted by 600,000 active and retired members and is located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The President R. Thomas Buffenbarger announced the endorsement during the Association’s staff conference, a few days after the National Nurses United have announced their decision of support. The Union is part of the American Federation of Labor and is the third organization to make a public endorsement. The Machinists’ Union is the second national union to endorse Clinton, the first being the American Federation of Teachers. Bernie Sanders won the endorsement of the National Nurses United, the largest organization of nurses. The American Federation of Labor has not come out publically with an official endorsement and has stated that no endorsement is expected in the near future. ...

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Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is to hand over her private email server and a thumb drive with work emails to the U.S. Justice Department. While being U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has been using a private email srver to send and receive work-related emails. The use of a private server was made known to the public in March of this year and has become part of Republican rhetoric against Clinton, that she was using a private server against the rules of record-keeping and transparency laws. They have been urging inspection to her private account and he server that is located at her New York home. Clinton has declined to hand over the server, since she has not broken any rules. The Federal Buerau of Investigation has started to look into the security of the federal records whether any classified information is contained in the Clinton emails. According to Reuters, the FBI ...

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Republican Presidential contender Jeb Bush on Tuesday attacked Hillary Clinton for being unsuccessful during her incumbency of the U.S. Secretary of State Office in regard to foreign policy towards Iraq. He made a major speech at the Ronald Reagan presidential library aimed to set an agenda on foreign policy and tried to eliminate the past of his brother, former President George W. Bush of the decision to invade Iraq and put boots on the great. In an attempt to strengthen out his mixed up statements so far in stumbling at the answer whether he would follow his brother’s and father’s policies, he blamed the Obama administration for a grave mistake in pulling troops out of Iraq and according to Reuters and has said he would make a new path to the Middle Eastern region and replace President Barack Obama’s “minimalist approach of incremental escalation.” He suggested to install “spotters” to search for enemy targets, something Obama has been resisting to ...

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Donald Trump, the frontrunner form the Republican Party nomination for the 2016 Elections said on Monday that if it were up to him he would expand the military and put U.S. ground troops in the Middle East to fight against the Islamic State. Trump, being a guest on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” said that putting American soldiers in Syria and Iran would be the best way to stop ISIS a destroy the militant group. He laid out his plan that he would put troops on places that are rich with oil, since the Islamic State is sponsoring themselves with wealth acquired by oil sale. According to Reuters, he stated “They have great money because they have oil. Every place where they have oil I would knock the hell out of them. I would knock the source of their wealth, the primary sources of their wealth, which is oil. And in order to ...

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