Posts Tagged ‘ 9/11 Commission Report ’

Protecting The Homeland

Protecting The Homeland

10 Years Later: The 9/11 Commission Report’s Findings on Immigration  As the nation prepares for the thirteenth anniversary of the most destructive foreign attack upon American soil, we need to remember what our government hasn’t done to ensure the security of our nation. Namely, secure our borders from infiltration by those who would do...
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Valuing Americans

As we have discussed in this space numerous times, Michael Cutler has a world view of immigration enforcement that-unlike the schemers in the Gang of Eight or open borders fetishists-is grounded in reality. Specifically, decades spent protecting American citizens from the dangers posed by foreign agents and criminal aliens. That’s why we feel compelled...
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Revolution/Evolution (Free Speech At The UN)

Revolution/Evolution (Free Speech At The UN)

Most New Yorkers-especially natives-are inured to the daily spectacle which makes their city something of a super-sized freak show. However, most of the time that sideshow is of the sort one normally expects to see in Coney Island, i.e. entertaining enough as a diversionary pursuit, but not so garish or mind-altering as to force...
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Defying Common Sense

Defying Common Sense

One of the most troubling aspects of our federal government’s misguided immigration policy has little to do with illegal aliens. It involves the type of people that we allow into this country on a legal basis, and I can think of no more compelling argument for reassessing  our priorities in this regard than the case of Khalid Ali-M...
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Guess Who’s Got A Green Card

Guess Who’s Got A Green Card

If your answer is Al Qaeda’s replacement for 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, then you would be correct. It turns out that Al Qaeda facilitator and terrorist mastermind Adnan Shukrijumah was just as familiar with the United States as the man who inspired the Ft. Hood massacre, Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.
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