Archive for September, 2011

Debating E-Verify

Update Part II: It has cleared committee. Proposed legislation that would require employers across the country to use the electronic employment-verification program known as E-verify passed out of a Congressional House committee today. The bill, H.R. 2885, also called the Legal Workforce Act, would require that almost every business in the country adopt the program...
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Activism Alert (Say No To Licenses For Illegal Aliens)

From our good friends at ALIPAC:It is time for our legendary ALIPAC Activists from across America to swing into action in New Mexico! Step 1: CONTACT AND SUPPORT NEW MEXICO GOVERNOR MARTINEZ Call and write New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez to thank and encourage her for standing up against licenses for illegal aliens. CONTACT...
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America’s Other War

America’s Other War

  This video segment was broadcast over two years ago! As you might well imagine, the situation on our southern border has not improved in the intervening years. All you need do to discover just how dangerous it is for our nation’s Border Patrol agents is peruse a random sampling of stories posted to...
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Gunwalker Creep

Gunwalker Creep

The carnage  emanating from the Obama administration’s gunwalking adventures continues to mount, as reported by CBS News. And the havoc created by the BATF’s inexplicable attempt to arm murderous crime syndicates isn’t restricted to Mexico, as we’ve known for some time. In a new development, we’ve learned that in addition to enriching the Mexican coffin-making...
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Thank God For America

Thank God For America

Later today I’ll be enjoying one of New York City’s best musical traditions. That’s right, this weekend marks the three day celebration known as the Great Irish Fair of New York, which is held every year at this time in Coney Island. If you happen to see me, say “hi.” Until then, enjoy a...
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La Raza Backs Down

La Raza Backs Down

What happens when you launch a boycott and people still come? I guess you’ll have to ask La Raza, considering its attempt to bankrupt Arizonan commerce has turned into a colossal bust. Mark Krikorian has all of the juicy details in a  post at CIS  which explains why the NCLR has been forced to retreat from...
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Listen to the Ruthie Report, with Special Guest Anna Gaines, Tomorrow!

I’ve just received this update, courtesy of Joanna Marzullo, the president of NY ICE:   Hi NY ICers, My Arizonan friend, Anna Gaines, with American Citizens United, will be on “The Ruthie Report”  tomorrow, September 15th, at 9 PM, EST. Many of you know of Anna Gaines from previous emails I have sent about...
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In Unity There Is Strength

That is the motto of the city of Brooklyn, and it can be applied to the results of yesterday’s special election. The people of the 9th Congressional District united around a positive, hopeful candidate espousing conservative values, and that candidate emerged victorious after a bitterly fought political campaign American Rattlesnake would like to extend its...
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A Very Special Election

A Very Special Election

I’d like to use today’s post to echo the sentiments expressed by our publisher yesterday. As someone who once lived within the confines of the 9th Congressional District when it was represented by Chuck Schumer, one of the most irresponsible, worst actors in our nation’s immigration debate, I can’t urge you strongly enough to go...
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Weprin Gets Desperate

Weprin Gets Desperate

  A last minute storefront office for David Weprin, Democratic nominee for the 9th NY Congressional district, has popped up in Forest Hills.  The storefront, in a vacated beauty parlour, is a hundred feet from Queens Democratic headquarters and around the corner from former Repesentative Anthony Weiner’s old apartment.  It is organized by SEIU...
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