Archive for August, 2010

Incrementalism (Subtraction Through Attrition)

Incrementalism (Subtraction Through Attrition)

  One of the chief conceits of the open borders lobby is that our position, i.e., deportation through attrition, is an unworkable strategy whose logical consequences have not been properly considered. The only problem with that line of reasoning is that it’s not accurate. Gradualism has been plotted out meticulously by those with an expertise...
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Border Security Bill

Border Security Bill

One of the last bills sent to the House by the United States Senate before it recesses for the campaign season is an important border security bill supported by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
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Guess Who’s Got A Green Card

Guess Who’s Got A Green Card

If your answer is Al Qaeda’s replacement for 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, then you would be correct. It turns out that Al Qaeda facilitator and terrorist mastermind Adnan Shukrijumah was just as familiar with the United States as the man who inspired the Ft. Hood massacre, Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.
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NYICE Counter-Protests In Support of SB 1070

NYICE Counter-Protests In Support of SB 1070

There is opposition to illegal immigration, even at pro-illegal immigration rallies. On July 8th, the New York Immigration Coalition, a group sympathetic to illegal aliens and supporters of immigration amnesty, held a rally outside the offices of Major League Baseball (MLB).  The protest rally was against the state of Arizona and the passage of...
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Birthright Citizenship And The 14th Amendment

Birthright Citizenship And The 14th Amendment

One of the most persistent, pernicious myths about the U.S. Constitution is the mistaken belief that the 14th Amendment, ratified shortly after the conclusion of the Civil War, confers automatic citizenship upon anyone born within United States territory. This misimpression has led to the catastrophic wave of anchor babies, i.e. children birthed in the...
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Victory

Victory

Although it might look like a small win-the general election is still ahead of us-Kris Kobach, one of the chief architects of SB 1070, and perhaps the most dedicated and innovative legal mind defending states against illegal trespassers and their enablers, has just defeated his opponents in the Republican primary for Kansas Secretary of State.
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The Underground Economy

The Underground Economy

A brilliant story in Commonweal today, which explores the sordid depths that certain sectors of the American economy have sunk to in our post-borders society. I can’t possibly do justice to it here, so I suggest you read the whole thing.   
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Political Leadership

Political Leadership

Courtesy of  Fox News, we learn that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has issued a legal opinion very similar to the executive order of Governor Donald Carcieri of Rhode Island. And while SB 1070 continues to be battled over in the courts and in the media, states other than Arizona are not waiting for a ruling from the DOJ to start taking action.  
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Catch And Release

Catch And Release

Yet another victim of de facto amnesty lost her life this weekend. And while open-borders enthusiasts would like to minimize the human toll illegal aliens impose on our society-or bring up the fascinating, but ultimately irrelevant, observation that there are American citizens who commit equally heinous crimes-the truth is that Carlos Montano is not a...
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The New American Way

The New American Way

One of the freedoms we cherish as American citizens is the right, enshrined in our Constitution, to peaceably assemble and express our opinions, ideas, and complaints. However, what happens when that right becomes an excuse to obstruct, delay and impede the lives of other citizens? Usually this isn’t a problem in New York City,...
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