Your opinion is noted.That's because the Moonie Times offers balanced reporting, unlike most of these Liberal yellow journalistic "news" outlets.
They present opinions from both sides of an issue. You might want to explore their articles more often. It's quite refreshing.
Well, see, the issue is whether or not an illegal immigrant would be able to be a qualified candidate for a peace-officer position in the California (where the law is in effect).I would consider that an axiom.
Do you have anything to add that might be relevant, in absence of anything to support your bare assertion?
Did you read Post #65?Well, see, the issue is whether or not an illegal immigrant would be able to be a qualified candidate for a peace-officer position in the California (where the law is in effect).
They have to be “in the system” (AKA, not “illegal”).
So some random stranger would not be a candidate for such a peace-officer position in the State of California at this present time.
You don't need to subscribe to read post #65.I tried, but I got a “This is a subscriber only article”, and guess what?
I gave you a Post# for my linked source. Care to reciprocate?I posted the actual text of the bill/law. Let’s use that, okay?
Oh here we go. We cross posted. I guess that you hadn't previously post this bill after all.
But the article is about the bill from a single state?Oh here we go. We cross posted. I guess that you hadn't previously post this bill after all.
FYI, a bill isn't a law.
Here is an excellent rudimentary tutorial on that subject.
That said this movement is unfolding among several states. Providing a bill from a single state does not refute the article.
Point taken.No; and as I said before, a state does not determine Federal law.
The title of the thread should have answered your question before you asked.
"States" is plural.
I put together a few juicy tidbits from this article. In its' entirety, there is a lot of information.Point taken.
But here’s a quote from this one bill in question in this one state:
“This bill would provide that those standards shall be interpreted and applied consistent with federal law and regulations, as specified.”