Archive for August, 2013

Jobs and Justice

Jobs and Justice

  One of the more galling aspects of an otherwise unremarkable speech delivered by the President commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, was the attempt to link the struggle of the Civil Rights Movement during the 20th century with the attempts by open borders demagogues to further...
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Big Sis Says Farewell

Big Sis Says Farewell

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is saying goodbye after four years of complete ineptitude. Watch her departing remarks to the National Press Club.
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Don’t Blame India

Norm Matloff, computer science professor at the University of California, Davis and expert in the exploitation of the H1-B visa system, explains why you shouldn’t ascribe abusive practices committed by high tech firms in this country to foreigners in Bloomberg. Read it for yourself! The people we should be directing our anger at live...
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Why We Fight

What a stark contrast to the current leaders of the GOP.
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Progressives For Immigration Reform

Progressives For Immigration Reform

Those of you who are dedicated readers are undoubtedly familiar with the work of David North, a fellow for the Center for Immigration Studies and long-time policy analyst who has conducted numerous studies which meticulously delineate the fundamental problems that lie at the heart of post-1965 national immigration policy. Many of you may remember...
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Courage Under Fire

A golf clap for Univision’s lackwit La Raza cheerleader for inviting an immigration patriot onto his program. Watch the entire interview to get a sense of the entitled mindset Americans are facing in the battle to thwart the latest amnesty scheme.  
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Anti-Amnesty Petition Drive This Wednesday

Anti-Amnesty Petition Drive This Wednesday

Details, courtesy of my friend Jim, can be found below: Signatures are on a letter to Michael Grimm telling him that he must stick to the strong anti-amnesty position he campaigned on when he was first elected to Congress in 2010.
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Americans Need Not Apply

Americans Need Not Apply

In addition to growing stratification and inequality, declining quality of life for its residents-to the point of making some metropolises wholly unlivable-and the unavoidable aspect of separate and unequal enforcement of the law, one of the benefits of America’s embrace of open borders immigration policy is the increasing acceptance of institutionalized discrimination. At least,...
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Honoring Brian Terry

Honoring Brian Terry

Brian Terry’s birthday. If he had not been cut down by bullets provided to a Mexican drug cartel by his own government, Agent Brian Terry would have celebrated his forty-third year on the planet this past Sunday. Unlike the members of this administration and its Justice Department, he exemplified honor and faithfulness to the...
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Celebrate the Victory of an Immigration Patriot

Celebrate the Victory of an Immigration Patriot

Steve Lonegan is perhaps unique in uniting fiscal conservatives, libertarians, and anti-open borders activists behind a sensible pro-growth, pro-American political platform. Celebrate the primary victory of a man who has been a force for good in the Soprano State this coming Tuesday. Reject endemic corruption and undiluted corporatism, and embrace a man who sees...
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