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jeepgirl49 says:

I think the key to the whole immigration issue is that the “illegals” are not doing it the way our ancestors have done it. They are benefiting off of our programs, yet not paying into them which creates a deficit in the very programs that were put into place to help the people who are Americans and who have done it the right way. The issue isn’t about immigrants who have migrated to our country the correct and legal way. It is about the millions who have done it illegally. We are a country that is welcoming and tolerant of others customs, religious beliefs, etc…… and with all of the political correctness going on, our country is becoming weak and is being bullied by the very people we have let into this country legally, and those who have entered it illegally. Our ancestors had to assimilate into this country, but now it just seems that we, as Americans HAVE to assimilate to their customs and their beliefs in order NOT to offend them. Americans are losing more and more rights and illegal immigrants are gaining more in this country. And as a Patriotic American and a mother of two sons, I find this truly disturbing. It should be basic human rights for all, not for some. Immigration laws are in place for a reason and if we start to ignore them, then our country will fall into economic collapse due to the number of people using the system vs those that pay into the system. Basic economics. :)

(from "We Are All Pilgrims": Opinionated MAMA's Perspective On IMMIGRATION)

“We Are All Pilgrims”: Opinionated MAMA’s Perspective On IMMIGRATION

We are a nation of pilgrims.  Unless you are a Native American Indian, you have the blood of immigrants.  So, although you feel like a native, your family came here from somewhere else. Our individual immigration stories give credence to the fact that we are the scrappiest, hardest-working collection of people on the planet.  Our ... Read more

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TRICK OR TREAT: Halloween Safety Tips

  Our little monsters are going to dress up and hit the streets this week, so let’s review some safety rules with them to keep these devils safe!  (-: Have a FUN and (not too) spooky Halloween!!!  

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MAMAS w/Illness

MAMAS BATTLING ILLNESS: How is the ACA affecting you?

Please share with other MAMAS battling illness and let us know how the new healthcare law is impacting your treatment – helping?  hurting?  As always, we appreciate your opinions.

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GIRLS RISING: Malala Yousafzai

OCTOBER KID-O:  Malala Yousafzai.  Today is the UN’s International Day of the Girl, so let’s celebrate our daughters and all of the privileges they have being born in the United States of America.  I took my daughter to see a powerful movie last night about the importance of educating the world’s girls. The movie is ...

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WEEKLY POLL: MAMAS, Do you understand what’s in the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a., “Obamacare”)?

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International MAMAS


The atrocities in Syria and our thawing relationship with Iran have been in the news a lot.  Mostly, it’s been about the politics of the Middle East and the chances of military action, but what about the MAMAs that live there and their families? What do you think is in their best interest?

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BROAD STROKES: Old Broads Teaching New Lessons

I got the call last week that my grandmother had had a stroke and was in the ER waiting on a room in the neurology unity.  To be honest, my first thought was, “Well, that’s it then, it’s the beginning of the end for sure.”  She will be 97 in January—so my less than positive ... Read more

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Inspirational Quotes

WORDS OF WISDOM: Martin Luther King, Jr.

MAMAS, what are your dreams for our kids and the future of our country?  Click to read the full text of the historic “I have a dream” speech made 50 years ago today.

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Gay Rights

“WE LOVE YOU ALL, EQUALLY”: Opinionated MAMA’s Perspective on GAY RIGHTS

How many of us have been asked the questions, “Mommy, which of us is your favorite? Who do you love more?”  As parents, we know there is only one answer to questions like these…”We love you all, equally.” The truth is we may love each child equally, but they are not all the same.  And, at times, ... Read more

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Our Kid-O from January 2011, Katie Stagliano,

just announced an opportunity for kids 9-16 who start a vegetable garden in their community to feed needy people.  They can win a grant for up to $400, support from Katie’s Krops, and a digital camera!  

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