Hilary Clinton on Jobs – Immigration And Islam
Today Brian Lovig Talks About Hilary Clinton, Immigration
Hillary Clinton: Corporations and businesses don’t create jobs
At a Democratic rally Friday in Massachusetts, Hillary Clinton’s attempt to attack “trickle-down economics,” resulted in a spectacularly odd statement, according to The Washington Free Beacon.
Clinton defended raising the minimum wage saying “Don’t let anybody tell you that raising the minimum wage will kill jobs, they always say that.”
She went on to state that businesses and corporations are not the job creators of America. “Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs,” the former Secretary of State said.
Clinton’s comment will likely be used frequently to attack her as another big-government Democrat. She is seen by many as already running for president in 2016.
Immigration And Islam
The concept of Muslim immigration began with Islam’s prophet. Soon after Muhammad arrived to Yathrib (Medina) together with his close friend and father of his wife Aisha, Abu Bakr, they were joined by a ring of other friends and followers, known in Islamic history as “Companions.” They formed in Medina the first body of Muslim immigrants in history and very soon changed the face of Medina, making it the city of the victorious Islam. Immigration transformed Muslims from weak and scattered groups of individuals loyal to their religious leader, into a consolidated army, then a united community and finally, into a socio-religious political state. If Muhammad and his group had never immigrated to Yathrib in 622 AD, there would never have been any Islamic social, economic and political expansion.
Dual Standard for Knife
Earlier this month, a student at Annapolis High School in Dearborn Heights, Mich. was expelled because she was found carrying a small pocket knife in her purse at a school football game.
The student, 17-year-old Atiya Haynes received the small, foldable knife from her grandfather. It was a gift. Her grandfather was worried because she had been riding her bicycle from southwest Detroit to Dearborn for a summer job, reports Detroit Fox affiliate WJBK.
Meanwhile, at an elementary school in a suburb south of Seattle, a boy from a Sikh family will be allowed to carry a dagger under his clothes to Gildo Rey Elementary School every day.
The not-at-all-foldable knife the boy will carry is called a kirpan. School district officials are allowing the dispensation because the kirpan is an important part of Sikhism, according to Seattle NBC affiliate KING-TV.