Archive for January, 2013

Looking Forward

Looking Forward

Lest you be discouraged, there is hope for the future! Barack Obama’s pointless regurgitation of shopworn soundbites notwithstanding. Hat tip: Joanna Marzullo of New York Ice.
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Resist

  As most of you know by now, the brain trust in the United States Senate has released its blueprint for strip-mining what remains of the body politic. If it looks drearily familiar to you, there’s probably a good reason why that’s so. Namely, it is identical to nearly every other proposal for mass...
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Sandy In Winter

Those of you willing and able to help can donate to the Stephen Siller Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. Occupy Sandy is still coordinating recovery efforts as well. You can find the hub of their activity here. Even as New Yorkers-as well as people throughout the country-have contributed to relief efforts, the criminal, parasitic class...
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Charitable At Your Expense

Charitable At Your Expense

One of the worst aspects of our immigration system is that it provides perverse incentives to the worst people. From the Chinese-owned law firms that facilitate Chinese immigration through fraudulent asylum applications-a crime so pervasive that even nonpartisan academics acknowledge it to be ubiquitous in nature-to the industry-not my words-of birth tourism, to the...
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Achieving The Dream

Achieving The Dream

Martin Luther King Jr. is perhaps the most iconic symbol of this country’s struggle for civil rights during the latter half of the 20th century. He also symbolized the aspirations-social, economic, and spiritual-of black Americans. That’s why the official commemoration of his birth-marked by a federal holiday yesterday-is the perfect occasion to examine the...
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The Un-American DREAM

Mayor Villaretardo strikes again! This time, he’s come up with the ingenious notion of extending amnesty to criminal aliens, including those convicted of such piddling offenses as burglary, grand theft auto, identity fraud, and driving under the influence. Although, considering the indulgent treatment of President Obama’s uncle, one wonders if that is a deportable...
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The Department of Homeland Surrender

    One of the themes we’ve tried to impress upon our audience over the past three years is the multidimensional nature of immigration. It’s not simply a single issue among a panoply of issues that animate the cut and thrust of politics. It encompasses everything from economics to culture, including crime, education, health...
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Justice South of the Border

More on Jon Hammar’s unpleasant vacation in Mexico.
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Injustice

Injustice

With the unfortunate news that Eric Holder is going to remain in his position as head of the Department of Justice for the second Obama term-at least for the foreseeable future-it’s only fitting that we take a cursory glance at the defining moment of his tenure as Attorney General. I refer, of course, to...
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Dan Stein On Birthright Citizenship


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