Ron Bonjean


Slim Chance of House Republicans Passing Senate's Immigration Reform Bill

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While the Senate passes an immigration reform bill this week, the dirty cynical little secret that most political analysts in Washington know is that the prospects of having an immigration bill sent by Congress to the president's desk for signature is very slim.  

Let's take out whether immigration ...

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immigration reform
Congress
politics
Republican Party
Democratic Party
Obama, Barack

Obama's Thomas Perez Trap Could Slow GOP Progress With Hispanics

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Republicans are this week making slow and incremental progress on handling immigration reform in their efforts to attract Hispanics before the 2014 election cycle. The White House sees this happening and is now attempting to throw up roadblocks before the GOP can seriously make inroads with this ...

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Republican Party
Obama, Barack
Paul, Rand
immigration reform
Hispanic voters
politics

Libya Crisis Proves Obama's Foreign Policy Weakness

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How quickly the tables have turned against President Obama and his allies who attacked Mitt Romney on national security issues.

On the anniversary of the September 11 attacks that killed some 3,000 people, several immediate challenges and embarrassments have occurred that the Obama administration ...

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foreign policy
Libya
Israel
Iran
Netanyahu, Binyamin
2012 presidential election
Obama, Barack
Romney, Mitt

Five Reasons Paul Ryan Is the Right Choice for Mitt Romney

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As a native of Wisconsin and someone who grew up as a middle class Catholic kid in the heart of Milwaukee, I was naturally thrilled to see Rep. Paul Ryan take the national stage as presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney's choice for vice president. He is exactly the right person at the right time to ...

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Romney, Mitt
Ryan, Paul
2012 presidential election
Wisconsin
Catholic Church
federal budget
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