When George W. Bush Acted Unilaterally on Immigration

I’ve already posted a couple of times on past presidents, including St. Ronald the Magnificent, issuing executive actions to defer deportation for undocumented immigrants, but it turns out that it happened a mere seven years ago when Republicans, of course, did not scream for the head of George W. Bush for doing it:
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Chuck Norris and the War on Christmas

Chuck Norris is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. He’s fed up with that dastardly War on Christmas (you know, the one that doesn’t exist except in the fevered imaginations of the permanently persecuted). In an op-ed reprinted on Fox News and dramatically talked about by the three morons on Fox and Friends, he writes this:
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Senate Votes Not to Rein in NSA Data Mining

The U.S. Senate considered a bill that would pass some important safeguards on NSA data mining activities the other day. 58 senators voted for the bill but it still failed because that was just a cloture vote. Despite the fact that a strong majority of the chamber wants to pass the bill, it won’t even get a vote on the bill itself.
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A Racist Assistant Principal Who Needs To Be Fired

For those who think racism is no longer a problem, read this appalling story. An assistant principle from Booker T. Washington High School in Norfolk, Virginia tweeted a picture of 7 couples going to prom, all the girls white and all the boys black. The caption: “every white girl’s father’s worst nightmare or not.” Seriously, WTF?
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Teen Gay Group in Russia Charged Under ‘Propaganda’ Law

With each passing day, the reality of Russia’s ban on “gay propaganda” becomes more evident. It does exactly what we all said it would, censors and punishes anyone who speaks up for equality or helps gay people in any way. A group that helps gay teens deal with their problems has now been charged under that law.
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Fischer Wants Papal Conclave to Pick GOP Presidential Nominee

Bryan Fischer is concerned that there are just too many good candidates that appeal to the religious right and that this diminishes their influence over the Republican primaries. So he wants to have Christian right leaders call the potential candidates before them, interrogate them and then pick one of them to support:
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