Posts Tagged ‘ Breitbart.com ’

Legislative Oversight

Legislative Oversight

The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing earlier this week exploring Barack Obama’s recent executive action-a policy that the fourth estate’s deliberately misleading reportage has made even more confusing than its patently unconstitutional nature would ordinarily warrant. Thankfully, C-SPAN broadcast the proceedings in their entirety. You can watch the full hearing on C-SPAN’s website....
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Breaking The System

  Looks like the hyperbolic speculations of some of Obama’s most severe critics were not so preposterous after all. The Cloward-Piven strategy proceeds apace.
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Going Rogue

Going Rogue

The details, however nebulous they may be at the moment, of the President’s imminent evisceration of immigration law have now become public. First reported by Fox News, republished by the New York Times, the scope of his latest Executive amnesty could encompass anywhere between 3 and 7 million illegal aliens, most of whom would...
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The Daily Rattle, 11/3/14 (Election Eve Edition)

The Daily Rattle, 11/3/14 (Election Eve Edition)

  With Election Day imminent, it’s only appropriate that this edition of the Daily Rattle begins with a few news items dealing with important votes taking place throughout the country. One of the most revealing contests does not involve a single political candidate, but is actually a referendum taking place in the deep-blue state...
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Exit Stage Left (Zuckerberg’s Wingman Gets The Ax)

Exit Stage Left (Zuckerberg’s Wingman Gets The Ax)

One of the chief failings of the open borders movement is its persistent myopia. The people who would transform this country into a large scale hotel-complete with the scanty wages paid to those working at the lower end of the hospitality industry-can’t look beyond their own narrow goal of boosting their profits and/or political...
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Fates Worse Than Ebola

Fates Worse Than Ebola

Update: The passenger from Lagos who died on an Arik Air flight to New York recently suffered from cardiac arrest, and is not believed to have contracted Ebola, according to the CDC.  The public face of the Ebola epidemic, now that Thomas Eric Duncan has expired, is unquestionably Thomas Frieden, the current head of...
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Profiles in Radicalism (La Raza’s Man In Washington)

Profiles in Radicalism (La Raza’s Man In Washington)

One of the more interesting races to watch this November will be the Texas gubernatorial contest,  which features the dream candidate of feminist progressives, State Senator Wendy Davis. Although a fundraising dynamo and icon for those who support expansive access to abortion, the chances that she will actually emerge victorious from this race are...
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Working For A Living

Working For A Living

In a gubernatorial race where both candidates are to a greater or lesser degree beholden to the open borders lobby, notwithstanding the requisite pre-election posturing of the GOP standard-bearer, a genuine debate about the impact of  mass immigration upon California has not materialized, alas. Even so, the public policies which have irrevocably transformed the...
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Lies in Plaid

Lies in Plaid

  The  headline of this story is a bit misleading in the sense that Lamar Alexander never stopped embracing amnesty, despite the labored attempts to obfuscate his position throughout his primary campaign. If anything has been demonstrated by this latest round of primary victories by open borders Republican incumbents, it’s the toxicity of the...
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Hate Parade: Broadway, New York

Hate Parade: Broadway, New York

If you needed a reminder of why resettling scores of refugees from the Middle East in the United States is a monumentally bad idea, look no further than what  I would term, for lack of a better phrase, the Kill the Yahud rallies which have taken place throughout this country over the past month....
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