Archive for January, 2012

ALIPAC Anew

One of the most dedicated grassroots immigration enforcement and reform organizations in this country at the moment is Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee. Founded in 2004, right before President Bush’s first major attempt to railroad amnesty through the United States Congress, ALIPAC has been on the front lines of the immigration battle,...
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Repeal the NDAA’s Indefinite Detention Provision

One of the most controversial pieces of legislation to be signed into law during this session of Congress is the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. Normally a routine expenditure funding Department of Defense operations, this year’s NDAA gained notoriety for two amendments that could be interpreted to allow for the indefinite detention of...
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Manhattan Libertarianism

Manhattan Libertarianism

One of the problems with modern election campaigns is that the media tend to focus almost exclusively upon mainstream political candidates, which means men like Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Fortunately, the advent of the World Wide Web has allowed those with limited media exposure to disseminate their message to a much broader audience....
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Call to Arms

Fresh on the heels of humbling His Highness Barack Obama, Governor Jan Brewer delivers a stirring speech to the Arizona Republican Party. Enjoy. 
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New York ICE

My good friend Joanna Marzullo, president of New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement, has alerted me to some recent changes on her organization’s official website. NY ICE was extremely active in 2011, especially in the New York/Tri-State Area, and has continued to serve as an outspoken opponent of illegal immigration in a city where...
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Debates, Debates (Live-tweeting from McGinn’s)

Update: The Full Time-line of the debate is online! Read my live-tweet of it here. Tomorrow night, barring unforeseen circumstances, I’ll be tweeting the Republican presidential debate taking place in Florida from McGinn’s Pub North. You can follow the live updates on my twitter page, Odd Lane. Feel free to share any thoughts or...
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Cost-benefit Analysis

Following up on last week’s video exploring the problem posed by Pakistani gangs in the United Kingdom, today I’ll present a fascinating debate between Matt Cavanagh and Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP, over the wisdom of mass (unskilled) immigration to a modern welfare state afflicted by recessionary economic conditions. Pay close attention to Farage’s rebuttal...
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New York Libertarians Convene

Update: Your questions answered! A time-line of today’s convention.  Later today I’ll be heading out to the Manhattan Libertarian Party Convention. Throughout the day I’ll be sharing my thoughts on Twitter and bringing you news about a political party that just might have  a decisive impact upon the coming election. Will former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson be...
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A Beautiful Mosaic

The disastrous consequences of unfettered immigration and state-enforced multiculturalism upon Europe, particularly, the United Kingdom, is a subject that we’ve addressed repeatedly on this website. It seems that the problems which stem from Europe’s open borders and inexorable deconstruction of national identity have finally been acknowledged by the information gatekeepers at the British Broadcasting...
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Happy Trails to Rick Perry and Live-Tweeting the GOP Debate

  Update: The full live-tweet of the debate is online. You can access it here.   Later today I’ll be live-tweeting the last Republican debate held before this weekend’s South Carolina Republican primary. With the withdrawal of Rick Perry from the race, as well what appears to be a last minute surge by Newt Gingrich, it should...
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Analysis