Posts Tagged ‘ amnesty ’

Jamiel’s Law

Jamiel’s Law

Broadcasting live from the once-great state of California. Listen to it here!
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Keep Out The Bushes

Keep Out The Bushes

  It’s no surprise that George W. Bush’s younger brother decided to skip the Iowa Freedom Summit this weekend. The notion of someone who can barely disguise his contempt for American citizens and workers sharing the same stage as Congressman Steve King is fairly preposterous, once you stop to think it over. Instead, the...
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Countering The Open Borders Narrative

An alternative to the nationally televised deception known as President Obama’s State of the Union address, the words of Mo Brooks are precisely what Congress needs as this administration continues its unprecedented assault upon the Constitution. You can find the rest of CIS’s briefing for the 114th Congress here.
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Jobs and Justice

Jobs and Justice

Today, as the federal government commemorates the legacy of  one of the  transformative figures in 20th century public  life, it should not be forgotten that Martin Luther King struggled not only to achieve racial equality but also economic opportunity for disenfranchised citizens. One of the most dispiriting developments in the over four decades since...
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Roadmap To The Future

Roadmap To The Future

There’s a reason why I never tire of praising Senator Jeff Sessions, unlike almost every other parasite lurking within the nation’s capital. That is because there’s simply no one in public life with a keener appreciation of the danger our government’s policy of  unfettered immigration poses to our society, both in the short and...
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The 114th Session Of Congress

The 114th Session Of Congress

Update: Obama’s facilitator scrapes by. The Daily Signal has the final vote count.  Let the retribution begin.  Watch the opening live on C-Span. Will John Boehner survive to continue his Pelosi-like reign over the House of Representatives? You’ll have to watch to find out.
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Bye Bye Boehner

Bye Bye Boehner

Although the prospect of replacing the current Speaker of the House looks grim at the moment-especially from an historical standpoint-the fact remains that there is widespread dissatisfaction with the leadership, such as it is, of John Boehner. If the quarter of a million letters demanding that he be replaced weren’t an indication of that...
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Catch, Release, Ignore

Catch, Release, Ignore

For those of you who were wondering if there were any media outlets reporting real stories, vis-a-vis immigration enforcement policy, Mark Krikorian has some good news. There are journalists who take their jobs seriously, and they work for Houston’s KPRC, which has broadcast its investigation into the response rate of unaccompanied minors ordered to...
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Executive Action Panel: Part 4

The much-anticipated conclusion to my debate with amnesty supporters on ABC’s Tiempo from last month. Enjoy.
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Executive Action Panel: Part 3

Part 3 of my Tiempo debate. This segment includes an extraordinarily typical example of a media narrative I’m sure you’re all-too familiar with, albeit with a local hook-for those of us living in the Tri-State Area.
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