Archive for December, 2010

Cooperation

Cooperation

Courtesy of Talking Points Memo, we have a story about the potential for finding common ground on immigration enforcement in the coming year.Although skeptical that President Obama, let alone his ostensible allies on Capitol Hill, will pivot away from a full-throated legalization push,
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Terminology

Terminology

In yet another move that brings discredit to what should be a creditable organization, the Diversity Committee of the Society of Professional Journalists has decided that the technically accurate, descriptive term for people who are not legally permitted to remain in this country should be verboten.
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Dream Act Post Mortem

Dream Act Post Mortem

There is a very incisive analysis of the potential political repercussions of the Dream Act’s recent legislative defeat published by the Pundit League, which I suggest you check out for yourselves.
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Update On Pratt Assault

More details are emerging about the brutal attack on Rep. Pratt that I described in yesterday’s post. The victim gave an interview to a local Arizona radio station, which you can watch in its entirety here.
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We Wish You A Merry Eid?

We Wish You A Merry Eid?

One of the more disturbing developments in recent years has been the concretization of an alliance between the multiculturalist left and reactionary Islam that has existed in one form or another for decades. Perhaps the ground zero of this phenomenon is the snowbound state of Minnesota.
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Legislator Robbed/Attacked

Legislator Robbed/Attacked

Rep. Frank Pratt of Arizona was assaulted at his private business two days ago by an unidentified assailant. Thankfully, he’s now hospitalized in stable condition, but his attacker is still on the loose. In the interest of public safety, I’m reprinting the information the local police have disclosed in hopes of apprehending the perpetrator.  The...
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The Other War

The Other War

In yet another example of the brutality and indifference to human life that have come to characterize the Mexican military, we learned yesterday that three Mexican soldiers are responsible for murdering an American citizen, then planting evidence suggesting that he was in some way culpable for his own death.
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Public Perception

Public Perception

I’m not sure how many of you listen to Latino USA, but it’s worth paying attention to if you’re concerned about the future of this country. Specifically, if you’re worried about the growth of unfettered immigration and the continued push to legalize tens of millions of foreign nationals living within our borders.
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Arizona Under Assault

Arizona Under Assault

I thought this would be a good time to remind our readers of where SB 1070-the law that sparked both the national movement to crack down on border jumpers and the countervailing movement among its opponents to economically and politically isolate Arizona, led by the Obama administration-currently stands.
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Immigrant Christmas

Immigrant Christmas

Before I write anything else, I’d like to wish all of my readers a very Merry Christmas! Though few in number, you make up for it in dedication.   Without the efforts of people such as yourselves, we wouldn’t have been able to celebrate the defeat of the DREAM Act or the success of...
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