Posts Tagged ‘ Arizona ’

Honoring Brian Terry

Honoring Brian Terry

 Brian Terry’s birthday. If he had not been cut down by bullets provided to a Mexican drug cartel by his own government, Agent Brian Terry would have celebrated his forty-third year on the planet this past Sunday. Unlike the members of this administration and its Justice Department, he exemplified honor and faithfulness to the...
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The People’s Megaphone

The People’s Megaphone

Congress continues its annual month-long hibernation, but that doesn’t mean you have to slumber. The drive by open borders lobbyists never ceases, which means that we’ll have to work even more furiously to thwart their plans. Tea Party Patriots has provided an invaluable guide delineating just how you can hold your congressmen accountable for his...
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America’s Bravest

America’s Bravest

 Update: The names of the fallen:  Andrew Ashcraft, age 29 Kevin Woyjeck, age 21 Anthony Rose, age 23 Eric Marsh, age 43 Christopher MacKenzie, age 30 Robert Caldwell, age 23 Clayton Whitted, age 28 Scott Norris, age 28 Dustin Deford, 24 Sean Misner, age 26 Garret Zuppiger, age 27 Travis Carter, age 31 Grant...
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American Riders United (Memorial Day 2013)

American Riders United (Memorial Day 2013)

This is Memorial Day weekend, and as we’ve done in the past we will honor the sacrifices of those who have fallen in defense of this nation. One of the organizations that honors the memories of this nation’s fallen servicemen and defends the values they fought to protect is Riders United for a Sovereign...
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Remember 1986: National Press Event

Remember 1986: National Press Event

    Remember 1986-an exceptional organization created to prevent history from repeating itself-is holding a nationwide press event this coming Tuesday! The public event in Arizona-the state whose courageous example inspired the creation of American Rattlesnake-is merely one of many being held around the country  to echo the sentiments of millions of Americans who...
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The Marxists of May

The Marxists of May

  Update: The Silent Majority No More has some great coverage of the May Day absurdity, which I urge you all to check out for yourselves! One of the perennial problems faced by the left is the inclination to either devolve into myopic, sectarian bands, or to remain so diffuse and broad in its...
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Debating Amnesty

Debating Amnesty

Update: The full seven hour-long hearing is now online! Watch it here!  My live-tweet of the first part of today’s immigration hearings is online!  
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Revisionist History

Revisionist History

We’d like to wish our readers a blessed Easter, or a happy Passover-for those who are commemorating the Jews’ exodus from bondage in Egypt. Today also happens to be the birthday of Cesar Chavez, the founder of the United Fruit Workers and the force chiefly responsible for ending the notorious bracero program. It should...
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Mr. Morton Goes To Congress

Mr. Morton Goes To Congress

  And proudly declares that his job is to serve the political interests of this administration, and facilitate the legalization of millions of illegal aliens. You thought it was to enforce immigration law? Silly you! No wonder the people working beneath him have no confidence in their boss. The ostensible purpose behind the testimony of John Morton, as...
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One Voice

One Voice

One of the inerrant truths of our time is that if a bad idea exists, the New York Times is certain to endorse it without reservation. Conversely, if a good idea is percolating in the public consciousness, the editors at the Old Gray Lady will inveigh against it to their newspaper’s last barrel of...
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