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Texas Independence

Texas Independence

Monday marked the 178th anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, the decisive military engagement of the Texas Revolution, which ensured the defeat of General Santa Anna’s armies and the independence of what would become, in time, the Lone Star State. Although not the only revolt against the central government’s negation of federalism  within Mexico,...
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Jamiel’s Law for April 20, 2014

Jamiel’s Law for April 20, 2014

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Stop The Boehner-Cantor-Obama Amnesty

Stop The Boehner-Cantor-Obama Amnesty

This past week’s immigration theater confirm what we have been saying for years. Namely, that the House GOP leadership can’t be trusted to protect the interests of the American public, especially when they conflict with its corporate benefactors. Even as Boehner’s attack dogs from silicon valley are unleashed against his own members who dare to...
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La Bestia

La Bestia

One of the overlooked aspects of this country’s problem dealing with illegal aliens is the subset of this population which comes from Central America, often at great risk to life and limb. The treacherous route these migrants take  north relies upon a network of freight trains known as La Bestia, (The Beast), or El...
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Close Encounters

The latest installment of Seavey/Perry explores a question that has plagued mankind for ages. Namely, how far will the government go in its efforts to deceive the American public? The answer might surprise you. For those of you interested in the documentary discussed on our program, you might want to check out this film...
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The Gray Lady Shows Her Slip

The Gray Lady Shows Her Slip

  Followers of this website need not be reminded of the baleful influence the New York Times has had upon immigration policy debates for the better part of five decades. However, the recent flurry of extraconstitutional edicts promulgated by the Obama administration regarding this subject has led its editorial board to engage in even...
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Criminal Negligence

Criminal Negligence

Most of you are well aware of the fact that this administration, despite its repeated attempts to airbrush its blemishes, has an absolutely atrocious record of immigration enforcement. However, a recent report documents just how negligent the federal government has been in ensuring the safety of American citizens. Nearly 70,000 criminal aliens have been...
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Obama’s Enemies List

Obama’s Enemies List

This is what happens when the institutions of the state are permitted to run amok. If the fact that the ATF hasn’t fired a single person responsible for the Fast and Furious debacle, or its subsequent coverup, surprises you, then you probably haven’t been paying attention. The only people censured in this administration are those...
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The Emperor of Twee (Seavey/Perry on Wes Anderson)

  The latest installment of the entertainment podcast sweeping the nation has arrived! Our apologies for any audio difficulties you might encounter, and a promise to rectify that bug in the future. Until then, enjoy my thoughts on Pete Seeger’s passing-and cultural influence, both negative and positive-as well as Wes Anderson’s latest (unsuccessful) attempt...
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Power to the People

Power to the People

One of the only, and inarguably the most potent, weapons patriotic citizens have in our struggle against the lavishly-funded, politically powerful open borders lobby is the support of the American public. This strength was demonstrated yet again in the deeply blue state of Oregon, where the supreme court of that state has allowed an...
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