Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act

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” The Telecommunications Act of 1996 was never intended to provide legal protection to websites that facilitate traffickers in advertising the sale of unlawful sex acts with sex trafficking victims,” therefore, the Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking Act (S 1693 and companion HR 1865) amend the 1996 law so as to allow the federal government to […]

What Should Trump Do About NAFTA?

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What should Trump do about NAFTA? (North American Free Trade Agreement) The debate over trade agreements is a much bigger issue than one might imagine.  Since WWII and the institution of the United Nations world leaders have agreed to “progress” in the direction of globalization  (an effort to create an integrated, global marketplace).  What started […]

Secure Miles with All Resources and Technology Act

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As President Trump pushes forward on his campaign promise to build a border wall, estimates for the project are coming in at staggeringly high price tags ($24.5 million per mile).  In an effort to tame costs and potentially improve effectiveness, Representative Will Hurd (R-TX) has introduced the Secure Miles with All Resources and Technology Act, […]

HR 997 English Language Unity Act

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Assimilation has always been of considerable importance in the immigration process. The idea of assimilation is those who come to the United States will adapt to and adopt American culture. One way of encouraging assimilation is to establish an official language.  While never seeking to ban the use of other languages, agreeing on a common […]