Archive for August, 2010

Gatecrashers And Hollywood Double Standards

Gatecrashers And Hollywood Double Standards

Doug McIntyre, whose nationally syndicated radio show Red Eye is one of my favorite late night diversions, has written a brilliant column exposing the hypocrisy of the Los Angeles entertainment community and their supporters within the California state legislature.
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Immigration Scams

Immigration Scams

One of the unremarked upon aspects of the open borders policy our government adheres to, and which has been the norm for several generations, is the sheer amount of immigration fraud involved in maintaining our system of mass immigration.
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American Apparel

American Apparel

Courtesy of the New York Post, we learn that American Apparel may soon be going the way of its founder’s pet political cause. Whether or not CEO Dov Charney is ultimately forced to file for bankruptcy, the fact that the Canadian immigrant will have less time and disposable income to contribute to the cause of wholesale...
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Weekly Rally On Long Island

 I’ve been informed by Grace Coluci that her organization, the Conservative Society for Action, along with the North Country Patriots  hold a regular gathering each Saturday morning from 10:30 AM through 12:30 PM on the corner of 25A & North Country Road/Bennetts Road in E. Setauket.
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Listen to RePatriot Radio

Pennsylvania’s Voice of the People USA founder, Dan Smeriglio, will be debuting his new radio program today, August 19. Joanna Marzullo, President of New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement, will be one of his first guests. The show can be heard online from 6 to 8 PM, at Liberty and Freedom Radio. 
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The Spoiler Effect

The Spoiler Effect

A subject I’ve explored in earlier entries, the potential third party candidacy of former congressman Tom Tancredo is something that Colorado voters will have to grapple with in the weeks ahead. That is, if he persists in his gubernatorial bid, which looks increasingly like a self-defeating proposition.  Not only will his candidacy impair the electoral chances of Dan Maes-illustrated...
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Long Islanders Rally in Support of Arizona

On Sunday, August 15, Tea Party activists rallied in Arizona to support SB 1070, the controversial law requiring state authorities to enforce immigration laws. In Huntington, Long Island, on that same date, the Conservative Society for Action, a local Tea Party organization, had over fifty members rallying along the Jericho Turnpike in support of...
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How Times Have Changed

How Times Have Changed

One of the chief drawbacks of being a member of the  United States Senate is the seemingly constant need to completely abandon positions you held earlier in your career, usually  out of a misplaced sense of political expediency. Case in point, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, whose views on birthright citizenship have evolved over the years.
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Utah’s Dilemma

Utah’s Dilemma

One salutary effect of SB 1070’s passage is the debate it’s generated among state legislators in other parts of the country, especially those in similarly besieged, southwestern states. As I explained in a post several days ago, one of most illegal alien friendly jurisdictions is the state of Utah. Fortunately, that is starting to...
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Rally At The Border

Rally At The Border

From the New York Times, we learn that border security activists have decided to highlight the most pressing domestic policy issue of our time by heading to the border themselves. Putting aside the reflexive use of the word “controversial” as a synonym for bad, this story highlights a few important points.
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