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Saturday, October 24, 2015

Unaccompanied minors and unintended consequences

By Alex Nowrasteh, contributor Government policies have unintended consequences that can play out far into the future. There is perhaps no better example of this than the complex legal changes that have impacted the current surge of unaccompanied immigrant children (UAC) coming across the border. American policies crafted in the 1990s likely unintentionally had a role in incentivizing some of the migration and the smugglers that carry many of the migrants. Two unrelated border policies have hobbled the government’s response to the surge in UAC. The first policy was about how the government should humanely treat apprehended UAC. Children used to…

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Juan Williams: GOP has lost O-Care fight

By Juan Williams – 06/30/14 06:00 AM EDT Republicans bet the house that ObamaCare would be a disaster. They lost. After a four-year feast criticizing ObamaCare, Congressional Republicans are now left picking at the crumbs of minor complaints. Their longstanding predictions of failure have come up empty. The healthcare reform plan is successful. Even if Republicans gain control of the Senate in the midterm elections, the best they can do is stage the first Senate vote to repeal ObamaCare. That will come after 50 or more similar votes by the GOP majority in the House. President Obama will veto any repeal bill, so…

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Poll: Clinton bests Obama on issues

Voters believe former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would handle a range of foreign and domestic issues better than President Obama is doing so currently, according to a new poll. Clinton, who is widely expected to seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, outpaces the sitting president on every issue surveyed by CNN and ORC. On foreign policy, for example, 63 percent say Clinton would do a good job, while just 40 percent approve of how Obama is now handling international affairs. On terrorism, 61 percent of respondents say Clinton would do a good job, while just 49 percent approve of…

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Chemical weapons turn political and psychological

QuestCinq.com Almost a century ago, on April 22, 1915, Germany conducted the first massive chemical attack on the Western Front at Ypres River, in Belgium, releasing chlorine from nearly six thousand bottles. The attack killed about five thousand Frenchmen and Englishmen; the number of those who suffered from chlorine exposure was three times as large. Although chemical weapons had been used in the world before, this date is considered the starting point for the era of combat chemistry. Not that long ago, chemical weapons has evolved from a tool of war to a political reason for starting wars. The above-mentioned…

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Obamacare doesn’t help immigrants: Column

QuestCinq.com By Miguel Molina I can’t remember the last time I had a medical check-up; I’m 20, and it’s been at least five years. When I was a little kid in South Los Angeles, my mother would only take my older sister and me to the doctor when we were already sick; whether we had a fever or any other illness, every visit cost $100, including treatments. Then a neighbor informed my mom of a community clinic that offered free visits for low-income families — but only, again, if we were already sick. The clinic was our best option because as…

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“Justice & Réconciliation”, en Haiti!

QuestCinq.com/Opinion Par Serge H. Moïse av. “Les défaites du droit sont toujours provisoires”. L’arrêt de la Cour d’Appel de Port-au-Prince, présidée par l’honorable Jean-Joseph Lebrun confirme, si besoin était, cette maxime juridique trop souvent oubliée ou simplement ignorée des prédateurs, petits ou grands. En effet, le jeudi vingt février en cours, soit deux ans après celle du juge Carvès Jean, concluant contre toute attente que « le crime contre l’humanité n’existait pas en droit haïtien », l’ordonnance de la Cour d’Appel, dans un souci de justice et d’équité a renversé la vapeur et remis la pendule à la bonne heure. L’honorable Juge…

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« Nègre »

QuestCinq.com/Opinion Par Me Serge H. Moise av. « Nègre » Je suis nègre dans mes entrailles Je veux transcender les murailles Qui empêchent encore la lumière D’éclore sur la terre toute entière II Oui je suis nègre dans mes tripes Je ne casserai certes pas ma pipe Avant de redire au monde entier Qu’il est temps de se renouveler III Et la magnificence de la nature Interpellera toutes ses créatures Qu’elles empruntent le chemin Qui feront d’elles des humains IV Ainsi les catastrophes naturelles Dans leurs expressions irréelles Peuvent être des avertissements Pronostiquant ces changements V Tant que cette sagesse africaine Celle…

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Le Miroir!

QuestCinq.com/Opinion Par Serge H. Moïse av. « Le miroir » Comme les dix commandements L’auteur anonyme du document Qui n’est autre qu’un  Haïtien A vidé sa vessie et ses reins II Il en a marre de ses compatriotes Qui se dénigrent et complotent Tels des crabes dans le panier Et passent leur temps à prier III Sans tenir compte de la teneur On demande qui  est l’auteur De ce camouflet sur la toile Qui vogue et à pleine voile IV Aurait-il vraiment raison Voilà la vraie question Qui exigerait le miroir Et non un encensoir V A toute règle ses exceptions Une collective…

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La dernière chance!

QuestCinq.com  Par Serge H. Moïse av. Barreau de Port -au-Prince « La dernière chance » Dans ce singulier petit pays pays où plus ça change plus c’est pareil, il est impossible d’éviter les redites même quand elles deviennent fades et rebutantes. En effet, depuis l’ignoble assassinat de l’Empereur qui a eu la mauvaise fortune d’oser exiger que ceux dont les pères sont en Afrique aient les mêmes droits que les autres, la révolution inachevée bat de l’aile et la perle des antilles symbolise aujourd’hui encore le pays le plus corrompu et le plus pauvre de l’hémisphère. Les analystes de la…

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What about Rubio?

QuestCinq.com There is no GOP 2016 contender who had a worse 2013 than Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) It’s a telling story of a politician who lost his moorings, and it’s an open question if he can re-establish himself as a top-tier presidential contender. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) (Toby Melville/Reuters) Rubio had an image — consultants call it a “brand” — of a thoughtful, charismatic conservative who many considered the future of the party. For a freshman he had talked substance and learned a lot about foreign policy. He had given wonderful speeches on Israel, immigration and upward mobility. But he had played it safe, never taking a…

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