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Executive amnesty and eligible voters, people dying in the streets, Let the Candidate Speak
Today’s news and a discussion about executive amnesty and eligible voters, plus: commentator Cal Thomas says too many people are dying with scant notice from the Obama administration, self-proclaimed civil rights leaders, and the mainstream press, Senator Rick Santorum announced his second run for the Republican presidential nomination, and more
Rain: In Houston, Texas rescue crews are working to save many stranded in their homes or on roadways.
Flooding: In Wimberley, Texas, a woman whose relatives were in a house washed away by the flooding, says her sister phoned in desperation.
Clinton: Bill and Hillary Clinton woke up to a federal racketeering lawsuit yesterday.
FIFA: The sports world is shock as today after high level soccer officials were arrested on corruption charges in the US and Switzerland.
Waterways: President Obama is asserting his executive power over the country’s small waterways, including streams, wetlands, and in some cases, even ditches.
Rick Santorum: The former Pennsylvania Senator is set to take another crack at Pennsylvania Avenue.
Cancer care: A graduating class in New Hampshire is helping to fund their principal’s cancer care.
Business news: U.S. stocks bounced back on Wednesday, with technology and healthcare stocks leading the way.
Executive amnesty and eligible voters
The State of Texas has sued in federal district court to stop President Obama’s executive amnesty. Plus: In what may be another blow to efforts to politically empower people who are in the U.S. illegally, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case asking whether the Constitution’s one-person, one-vote doctrine is violated by the way the state of Texas draws its legislative districts.
Commentary: People dying in the streets
Commentator Cal Thomas says, “Maybe what’s needed is a Memorial Day for the victims of crime. Maybe that would help reduce the body count.”
Our series "Let the Candidate Speak": Rick Santorum
On Wednesday former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum announced his second run for the Republican presidential nomination.