Archive for June, 2011

A Rebuttal


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The Legal Workforce Act (A Debate)

The Legal Workforce Act (A Debate)

One of the central points of focus for the illegal immigration debate recently has been the use by employers of the federal government’s E-Verify system for checking the immigration status of potential or existing employees. Now Lamar Smith, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has introduced a bill, H.R. 2164, which purports to mandate E-Verify...
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Caught Red-Handed

Caught Red-Handed

The damning evidence implicating high-level ATF officials in the Fast and Furious fiasco continues to pour in, as Pajamas Media reveals in an update to a story about gross government malfeasance. The fact that the highest-ranking officials in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms approved of a program that led to the death of Border...
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Gathering of Patriots

Just thought I’d post notice of an upcoming event celebrating this nation’s revolutionary heritage. A group of patriotic organizations are planning on holding the event in the Garden State. Details below.  A meet, greet, and eat summertime picnic event (byo food and drink) to celebrate the first battle in the Revolutionary War, whereby the American...
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Thus Spoke Bloomberg

Thus Spoke Bloomberg

Our esteemed mayor has once again weighed in on the controversial subject of immigration with his usual panache. In a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations, Mayor Bloomberg claimed that not enacting amnesty is akin to “national suicide.” And just to make sure that no one in the audience would misinterpret the meaning...
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Happy Flag Day

While the video above provides a brief synopsis of the celebration’s origins, there’s an interesting article in the Washington Post describing the feelings of newly naturalized American citizens on this occasion. I highly recommend reading it.
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The New Economy

The New Economy

Politico has a very interesting story today about a new initiative in Georgia that is, unfortunately, cast in an extremely misleading, prejudicial manner. With a newly enacted immigration enforcement law in Georgia, there is inevitably going to be labor shortage in fields that had previously been supplied with labor by illegal aliens.
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Unjustifiable Homicide

  My apologies for being so late to this story, which involves one of the most outrageous abuses of power by a local police force that I can remember. The audio recording above comes from Jose Guerena’s wife, who frantically called 911 after a SWAT team killed her husband, a decorated veteran of the...
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Ban The Scan (Rally in Union Square)

Ban The Scan (Rally in Union Square)

One of the more interesting portions of Manhattan’s geography is Union Square Park, which serves as a farmer’s market, transit hub, and rallying point for political activists of varying political stripes. One of the groups that has used Union Square to showcase its views, both today and in the past, is the Communist Party.
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Congratulations to Robert Bentley!

Congratulations to Robert Bentley!

As well as the legislature of the state of Alabama, for enacting what is now being called the “toughest” immigration enforcement law in the country. The Federation for American Immigration Reform has a fantastic summary of HB 56 on their website which I highly recommend reading. Of course, the usual suspects have denounced Alabama’s lawmakers...
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