Posts Tagged ‘ amnesty ’

The Public Trough

The Public Trough

One of the underreported benefits of open borders is its seemingly inexhaustible capacity to enable cronyism. A perfect example being the recent decision by Mayor Bill De Blasio to give a six figure salary-courtesy of New York taxpayers-to his aide’s girlfriend.
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Shifting The Debate (The Race for the White House)

Shifting The Debate (The Race for the White House)

Numbers USA, as usual, had the most insightful analysis of last night’s Republican primary debates, including a fantastic live-tweet of the evening’s undercard. Today, Roy Beck has a fascinating post mortem which you should read.
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Kate’s Law (Call To Action)

Kate’s Law (Call To Action)

Grassfire has initiated a petition drive to mobilize Congress to defang local officials that insist upon endangering American citizens. You can sign the petition here, as well as learn more about the proposed law and its sponsor, Congressman Matt Salmon, here.
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Justice for Kathryn (Kathryn Steinle’s Parents Speak Out)

  I’m not generally a fan of Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, but give credit where it’s due. His interview of the late Kathryn Steinle’s parents is something that everyone in America, and certainly those who aren’t aware of the threat posed to American lives by sanctuary city policies, should see. Mediaite has the...
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Taking It To The Streets (Oppose Executive Amnesty This Friday)

Taking It To The Streets (Oppose Executive Amnesty This Friday)

From our good friends at NY ICE: The adversary will be demonstrating this Friday in favor of the implementation of the DACA and DAPA amnesties currently tied up in court. They will be demonstrating in front of a business owned by Robert Mercer, a man whom they mischaracterize as a proponent of false data...
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Crime Prevention

In the wake of Kathryn Steinle’s horrific murder, it’s imperative that we continue to make the case for alien detention. She would still be alive today if the authorities in San Francisco had not been proscribed from detaining the criminal alien-with multiple felonious convictions-who would go on to take her life in such a...
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Stolen Lives

Stolen Lives

This past week brought news of yet another innocent American life taken at the hands of a criminal alien. In this case, one who had been deported on five separate occasions. The brutal murder of Kathryn Steinle can be laid directly at the feet of contemptible, hispandering politicians like Gavin Newsom, who have made...
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Jamiel’s Law, June 29, 2015

Jamiel’s Law, June 29, 2015

  Listen to it live!
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South of the Border

South of the Border

To the surprise of very few, the Associated Press reports that over an 8 month period Mexico deported more Central Americans than the United States. Take particular note of this passage:  In most cases, Mexico holds migrants only long enough to verify their nationalities, and quickly bundles them aboard buses to take them back to...
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Who’s Ready For Hypocrisy?

Who’s Ready For Hypocrisy?

  This is by far my favorite sign of the 2016 presidential race. It was held aloft by the intrepid truth-teller Gabriel Hernandez, who-along with our friends at NY ICE-crashed Hillary Clinton’s vacuous photo op at Roosevelt Island. Due to the draconian restrictions imposed by Madame Hillary’s security team, he wasn’t allowed to carry...
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