Given the events now occurring in Ferguson, Missouri, the only principle appropriate to discuss during this Thanksgiving week is the principle of human dignity. The Founding Fathers constructed a Declaration of Independence that, at its central theme, depended on the truth that all men are created equal.
Last night, the President of the United States announced an Executive Order that would grant special protection to a class of immigrants currently residing illegally inside the United States. The number of persons affected by this Executive Order may exceed 5 million people. The President argues that this is a limited action, only dealing with individuals who have lived in this country for five years, have committed no crimes, and are currently living here as productive, law abiding citizens.
As the political thunder reverberates after the national elections on November 4th, pundits are in unanimity that the general electorate sent a signal of complete and total repudiation of President Obama’s policies. However, the real meaning of these elections is deeper than rejection of President Obama.
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Marc Nuttle is a lawyer, author, consultant and businessman who's had a varied career. He has represented and advised Presidents of the United States, leaders of foreign countries, state officials and corporations. Marc has worked on government policy and has predicted economic trends. Marc managed the successful Right to Work campaign in Oklahoma in 2001.