When it comes to keeping a house clean, everyone needs to do their part whenever they are able.
For example, many of you might have a specific day that you might give your house a little bit of a sprucing up. Ours happens to be Friday.
My wife and I have various things that we end up doing on that day whenever we get home in the afternoon. Never really takes much more than an hour or so.
Even the kids have little things that they do when they get home from school so that they learn early that you have things that you have to be responsible for.
Border security is a lot like cleaning a house in the vein that everyone needs to do their part whenever possible.
Now, the Democratic Party is balking on agreements that would end the shutdown and allow the wall to be built. The one silver lining about this is that it is giving pause to some states and allowing them to take a second look at what they can and cannot do in terms of helping in the effort to keep our country safe.
Some West Virginia lawmakers want to pitch in millions of dollars for President Donald Trump’s wall-building effort along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The GOP-led House of Delegates issued a statement Monday that a bill planned by three delegates would divert $10 million from West Virginia’s current $186 million budget surplus for wall construction.
Trump’s seeking $5.7 billion overall to fund construction of a wall along about 235 miles of the border. The suggested offer from West Virginia would pay for a tiny fraction of the cost.