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GOP IN Sen Braun on Sondland: I really don’t think it’s going to be the pivotal kind of new piece of information that’s going to change the dynamic. I really believe this is settled into where the American public is starting to now get frustrated that we’re wasting all this time
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) November 20, 2019
Late this afternoon immigration rights activists stood on the steps of the Prince George’s County Administration Building and cheered. The impromptu rally and group photo coming moments after the county council passed what they called the “Community Inclusiveness Act” which prohibits any county law enforcement agency from cooperating with ICE on non-criminal immigration issues.
“This is an extension of what the county has already been a leader in and that is trying to protect the immigrant community here,” said immigration lawyer and advocate Eric Lopez. [Read More]
Are people drawn towards political ideologies due to their own morals, or does one’s political allegiances shape those morals? That’s the question political science researchers at Penn State University set out to answer in a recent study. While most would assume that morals develop before politics, the research team say it actually may be the other way around.
After tracking participants’ political attitudes and moral foundations, such as fairness and loyalty, over time, researchers found that while personal morals didn’t accurately predict a person’s future political leanings, the opposite actually held true. That is, that political beliefs were an accurate indicator of one’s morals. [Read More]
County leaders in rural areas of Virginia say they will refuse to enforce any gun reform laws enacted by the newly elected Democratic majority.
The Appomattox County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution Monday declaring the county a “Second Amendment sanctuary.” [Read More]