Tag Archives: amnesty

Darrell Castle: Immigration and the Gang of Eight

Darrell Castle talks about the Gang of Eight senators and their immigration reform bill pending in the U.S. Senate. Castle was the Constitution Party’s 2008 vice-presidential candidate and is considering seeking the CP’s nomination for president in 2016. A draft page has been set up on Facebook and is run by CP activists such as Constitution Party of Wisconsin chairman Robert Peck.… Read more ...

Darrell Castle Talks About Rand Paul’s Position On Amnesty

Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party’s 2008 vice-presidential candidate, released a recording yesterday in which he gave his insight on Senator Rand Paul’s immigration reform ideas. The recording is available on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbJnT4Pr-sE&feature=youtu.be

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Constitution Party Publishes Letter From Naturalized Cuban Immigrant To Rand Paul About His Position On Amnesty

This was published today on the Constitution Party’s official Facebook page:

Note: the author of this letter gave permission for it to be used.

 

Dear Sen. Rand Paul,

 

Thank you for schooling the Senate for 13 hours on the venerable Constitution and the limitations it imposes on government in order to protect life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness of its citizens.… Read more ...

Sarah Palin Endorses Tom Tancredo

This is late breaking news. See the PPS:

First, I want to tell you the latest.  With one day to go we remain in a statistical dead heat with the tax and spend, pro-amnesty Hickenlooper.  It’s just remarkable!  Hickenlooper has spent over $4 million in his campaign and we just broke $1 million last week.… Read more ...

Jim King: ‘Amnesty-NO!…Border Control-YES!’

Opinion column posted at http://www.constitutionparty.com/news.php?aid=1222, on the national website of the Constitution Party. The site identifies the author as “Jim King, Candidate for Lt. Governor of California and properly elected Chairman of the American Independent Party of California.” The State of California government officially takes a different position on that last
part, and the matter is embroiled in court proceedings.
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