Posts Tagged ‘ 2012 Presidential Election ’

What Should Be Done in 2013?


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Close Call

Close Call

Washington Watcher has a more detailed explanation of why Senator Marco Rubio would have been such an undesirable running-mate for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney-if the video of Mr. Rubio’s own words I posted several days ago is not sufficient. Undesirable, that is, from the perspective of those who favor patriotic immigration reform. If the Republican...
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Roy Beck vs. Jorge Castañeda Gutman

Roy Beck vs. Jorge Castañeda Gutman

 Well worth listening to, if you think immigration is of vital importance in this presidential election. Listen to it here.
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Ron Paul Fundraiser

Later today I’ll be live-tweeting from a Ron Paul fundraiser  held at South Street Seaport by Revpac. As with the Newt town hall, you can follow the proceedings on my Twitter account.   
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Newt Gingrich Visits Richmond County

Newt Gingrich Visits Richmond County

Tomorrow afternoon I’ll be live-tweeting the Newt Gingrich town hall and book signing taking place in Staten Island, which is sponsored by the Staten Island Tea Party and Staten Island Jewish Tea Party. You can follow the time-line at my Twitter account, Odd Lane. Or, you can wait for the subsequent write-up on American...
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Brian Bilbray Debates Dana Loesch on Amnesty


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Republican Presidential Debate (Pepper Them With Questions)

Our good friend William Gheen has some suggestions for concerned voters who want to see the issues of immigration and border control feature prominently at Wednesday’s CNBC-hosted Republican Presidential debate. Here they are, courtesy of ALIPAC, but feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments below.
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Reasons Not To Elect Rick Perry President

Following up on yesterday’s post, I think we’ve found another good reason to be suspicious of Governor Perry’s intentions.   Hat Tip: Tom Tancredo Radio.
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Perry vs. Romney: Fact-checking Last Night’s Debate

Last night’s GOP presidential debate, hosted by Fox News, was illuminating as far as the subject of illegal immigration is concerned, although  the negative consequences of excessive legal immigration went unaddressed entirely. As Numbers USA pointed out during the course of its live-tweet of the debate, the segment devoted to immigration left out the...
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No-Bama in 2012?

No-Bama in 2012?

Is Barrack Hussein Obama the Democrats’ best candidate for the 2012 Presidential election?  One liberal voice, Matthew Stoller, has raised that question on Salon.com.  Core Democratic constituencies, especially labor unions, are increasingly disgusted with Obama’s hewing to the right in his attempt to woo independent voters.  While the notion of an internal party challenge...
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