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Rahm Emanuel Invents New ID to Ensure Illegals Get Their Welfare

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By Ian Mason /Breitbart News Network

 

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has moved forward with plans for a Chicago-only identification card specifically designed to ensure illegal aliens in the city can receive welfare benefits with minimal risk of repatriation.

The new program was unveiled at a Chicago City Council meeting on Wednesday, and it protects illegal aliens from federal oversight by not collecting any copies of identification documents presented when illegals apply for the identification card.

“Applicants bring in the documents to prove someone’s identity. They hand them over to specially trained individual who can review the documents and then hand them back … It’s going to capture just the name and the date of birth. It’s not going

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GOP Senators Ask Trump Administration to End ‘Too Big to Fail’ Policies

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By Caleb Ecarma /at The Daily Signal

Caleb Ecarma is a member of The Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program.

Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., and other lawmakers aim at ending government bailouts in a letter to President Donald Trump. (Photo: Ron Sachs/dpa/picture-alliance/Newscom)

 

A group of Republican senators is leading an effort to end government-backed “too big to fail” bailout policies.

In an effort to end the practice of taxpayer bailouts of private companies, 10 Republican senators from the Senate Banking Committee penned a letter to the Trump administration requesting that he terminate these policies for nonbanks, claiming they have resulted in significant expenses.

“Too big to fail” is a policy implemented by the Obama administration under the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and

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Pension Reform Must Include Funding Reform

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Pension Reform Must Include Funding Reform

No matter what pension plan design reforms the legislature enacts for future employees, the Commonwealth will still have a massive unfunded liability. The unfunded liability is the result of over-promising retirement benefits, poor investment performance, optimistic investment return assumptions, but mostly a willful redirection of necessary pension contributions by the Pennsylvania government to other purposes. This gross negligence on the part of elected officials has been bipartisan. It started with the 2001 pension increase signed into law (Act 9) by Governor Ridge and continued through the Rendell years when he signed legislation that purposefully underfunded the pension systems (Act 40 in 2003 and Act 120 in 2010).

Decades of mismanagement have resulted

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Mother of 8 Rang Up $118K in Welfare Fraud in 18 Months

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Long suspicious that a Fridley mother of eight was cheating the state out of various welfare benefits, authorities have charged her Tuesday receiving more than $118,000 in government aid over roughly a 1 1/2 -year period.

Authorities say that as she collected benefits, Fozia S. Dualeh falsely claimed that the children’s father, who was gainfully employed, was not financially supporting or living with the family.

Dualeh, 39, was charged by summons in Anoka County District Court with felony theft ahead of an April 12 initial court appearance.

Dualeh illegally tapped three public benefits from January 2014 to August 2015: $85,582 in child care aid, $24,176 in food support and $8,996 in medical assistance overpayments, the complaint

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The Runaway Entitlement Train

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Debtor Nation: In its latest long-term budget outlook, the Congressional Budget Office warns that our budget is seriously out of whack and endangers our nation’s future. While the report will likely be ignored in Washington by politicians who like spending your money, American taxpayers would be wise to heed its message.

The CBO has its issues as a prognosticator, especially when it comes to “scoring” congressional bills. But its long-term forecast for the budget is the equivalent of a horn sounding on a faraway train coming down the track: If you’re on the track, you ignore the sound of that horn at your own peril.

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Senator Mike Folmer Column: Local Tax Reform Myths

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State Senator Mike Folmer

48th Senatorial District

www.senatorfolmer.com

Contacts: Fred Sembach

Fallon Binner

717-787-5708

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Column for Publication

March 30, 2017

Local Tax Reform Myths

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I support Senator Argall’s Senate Bill 76 to eliminate school property taxes and I’m perplexed opponents offer no alternative – except supporting the status quo, which isn’t working. Consider some of the myths SB 76 opponents are spreading.

Opponents say SB 76 eliminates local control. I agree, we need to address cost drivers plaguing education: pensions, health care, collective bargaining, Prevailing Wage, and other state and federal

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“We’ll Figure It Out Later” is a Bad Strategy for Budgeting

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March 30, 2017

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Inside this issue • “We’ll Figure It Out Later” is a Bad Strategy for Budgeting “We’ll Figure It Out Later” is a Bad Strategy for Budgeting Last June the General Assembly and Governor included money generated from expanded “gaming” (i.e. gambling) in their calculations to pay for a massive increase in spending. Including those funds in the budget was problematic because they didn’t pass legislation at

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The Consequences of Immigration for America’s Public Schools

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By Steven Camarota /at The Daily Signal

Steven Camarota is director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C.

In 2015, nearly 1 in 4 students in U.S. public schools came from an immigrant household, compared to roughly 1 out of 10 in 1990. (Photo: iStock Photos)

 

It is difficult to overstate the impact that immigration is having on our nation’s schools.

In a recent report based on Census Bureau data authored by myself and colleagues Bryan Griffith and Karen Ziegler, we map the profound impact immigration has had on schools across the country.

We find that nationally, nearly 1 in 4 students in public schools is now from an immigrant household (legal or illegal). The number

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