Archive for December, 2011

Huntsman vs. Gingrich

Listen to the John Huntsman/Newt Gingrich debate live on Governor Huntsman’s UStream channel.
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Voting Rights and Wrongs

Voting Rights and Wrongs

“Martyrs” — That was one of the many signs on display during an NAACP and SEIU-sponsored rally that took place this weekend  in opposition to David and Charles Koch, CEO and Executive Vice-President, respectively, of Koch Industries and universal left wing hobgoblins. The ostensible reason for the demonstration was the brothers’ contributions to the American Legislative Exchange Council,...
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Activism Alert (Counter the SEIU in Manhattan)

It seems like the attack upon sensible, common sence voter ID requirements continues apace. John Fund has written extensively and incisively on the concerted effort by the left to thwart any attempt at improving voter verification, which includes activism aimed at intimidating lawmakers into accepting their skewed version of reality. One of the chief goals of this campaign is...
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Immigration and Borders News Roundup

Today’s roundup is chock full of news, including a laughable attempt by the Mexican government to demonstrate its bona fides on border security by arresting a potential border-crosser from an infamous family. However, we begin with a much more serious story involving the continued obstruction of Congress by this administration with regard to the...
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Congressional Hearings Into Fast and Furious (Watch It Live)

Here are the links to the hearings: Part I Part II and Part III
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Bachmann’s Moment

Bachmann’s Moment

The Bachmann campaign isn’t in the best shape these days. However, there is at least one issue on which she is perceptibly better than her opponents, as we’ve pointed out in the past. Unfortunately, her campaign staff has not responded to inquiries made by immigration enforcement activists in New York City. Joanna Marzullo, the...
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A Day That Will Live In Infamy

A Day That Will Live In Infamy

Today is the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, an act of war which was followed shortly thereafter by America’s entry into the Second World War. Before the war had concluded, our country would suffer the loss of over 400,000 men who had enlisted or been drafted into the United States Armed Forces. The New...
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RevPac at South Street Seaport

RevPac at South Street Seaport

  The RevPac event I attended on Monday night was an quite an experience. First of all, the choice of setting seemed designed to highlight some of the recurring themes in Ron Paul’s presidential campaign. While most of his primary opponents have held Manhattan fundraisers targeting donors in this city’s ever-dwindling, yet still potent, financial services...
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Why Ron Paul Is Right

The live-tweet of the RevPac fundraiser I attended last night is online, and you can access it here. A fuller write-up of the event is forthcoming-including photographs.
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Ron Paul Fundraiser

Later today I’ll be live-tweeting from a Ron Paul fundraiser  held at South Street Seaport by Revpac. As with the Newt town hall, you can follow the proceedings on my Twitter account.   
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