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K Street’s Man On Capitol Hill

K Street’s Man On Capitol Hill

If there’s anything you can count on in Washington politics, it’s that Speaker John Boehner will put his foot into mouth, usually during or prior to a critically important election cycle. So it is with his recent comments regarding amnesty, which he pledged to enact at some point during the next session of Congress....
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Jobless in America

Jobless in America

One of the inescapable facts of our economic recovery is that millions of individuals continue to struggle to obtain gainful employment of any sort. A recent study by the John J. Heldrich Center for Workplace Development at Rutgers University confirms what most of us already knew. Namely, that those who have been unemployed for...
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For Emma (Childhood Cancer Awareness)

For Emma (Childhood Cancer Awareness)

For those of you who might not know, this is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. September’s color is gold, which is symbolically apt in a number of ways. Most importantly, because it represents something of great and lasting value. Emma Grace Mitchell was just such a treasure, even though she preferred pink and purple herself....
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Hollywood Shrugged (Seavey and Perry’s Fall Debut)

Hollywood Shrugged (Seavey and Perry’s Fall Debut)

Tune in to the latest podcast of Seavey and Perry on Culture, where you’ll discover whether ideological purity can be reconciled with good art, why Hercules is very angry, and what the best part of the Marxist appropriation of the environment which took place in the middle of Manhattan this weekend was. For those...
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Working For A Living

Working For A Living

In a gubernatorial race where both candidates are to a greater or lesser degree beholden to the open borders lobby, notwithstanding the requisite pre-election posturing of the GOP standard-bearer, a genuine debate about the impact of  mass immigration upon California has not materialized, alas. Even so, the public policies which have irrevocably transformed the...
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The Mujahideen Take Manhattan

The Mujahideen Take Manhattan

  More in-depth coverage of the terrorist cavalcade which took place in Midtown last week, courtesy of our good friends at The Silent Majority No More. While some large news networks overseas have seen fit to cover the orgy of violence-besotted jihadis who marched in this parade, albeit with the requisite sophistic denials from...
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Islam On Parade

Kudos to Pamela Geller, as well as Urban Infidel and The Silent Majority No More, for risking their safety to document the loathsome, yet officially sanctioned, display of xenophobia, anti-semitism, misogyny, and hatred known as the Muslim Day Parade. Every year the morlocks our federal government, in its infinite wisdom, has invited into America’s...
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First-class Illegals

First-class Illegals

If you thought the Democratic Party’s embrace of lawbreakers ended with Bill De Blasio’s municipal ID scheme, you are sadly mistaken. The New York Post has an exclusive this week exploring what Democrats intend to do with their legislative majority after this November’s elections. Among the many benefits illegal aliens will derive from a...
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Rolling Out The Welcome Mat

Rolling Out The Welcome Mat

While Senator Sessions and a handful of congressmen are struggling to publicize this administration’s defiance of the Constitution and the rule of law, the open borders demagogues and hispanderers continue to press Barack Obama to go even further in his campaign to erase any existing effective border and immigration controls. You  need look no...
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American Disemployment and the Imperial Presidency

  Senator Sessions is asking the right questions.
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