Posts Tagged ‘ Breitbart.com ’

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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Open Borders Deception

One of the most flagrant exploitations of current immigration law, which we’ve explored at length in the past, is the abuse of the H-1B Visa system by large corporations eager to secure a cheap, pliant labor force. That the chief financiers of the amnesty push in Congress are high-tech magnates like Bill Gates and...
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Three Card Monte

Three Card Monte

Facilitating human trafficking, expediting the resettlement of thousands of non-refugee aliens within this country, and paying off the immigration lawyers who are in large measure responsible for the current disaster. President Obama’s farcical budget request has it all. Dan Cadman provides a thorough debunking of this administration’s latest spin in a well-researched Center for...
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Our Plague Year (The Epidemiological Consequences of Unaccompanied Minors)

Our Plague Year (The Epidemiological Consequences of Unaccompanied Minors)

This past week saw the first American victim of the best and brightest Barack Obama has welcomed into the warm embrace of the United States. We now have confirmed reports that a Border Patrol officer has contracted scabies from the unaccompanied minors he was tending to, rather than performing his job, i.e. protecting the...
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Abandoning Ship?

Abandoning Ship?

On the heels of the elevation of yet another open borders, crony-beloved corporate cipher to the second-highest post in the House of Representatives, as well as the insipid, ultimately unsuccessful attempt by conservative Republicans to thwart the coronation, it’s worth asking, “Is the GOP even worth it?” The answer provided by John McCain’s former running...
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Status Quo Ante

The race between a former immigration lawyer and House Gang of Eight member and the Cantor clone has concluded. As everyone anticipated, Kevin McCarthy was chosen as the next Republican House Majority Leader. The stupidity of this selection is obvious, but that has never stopped the GOP in the past. As for who will be...
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Setting The Record Straight

Setting The Record Straight

In spite of the glaringly misleading media reports about the ongoing crisis along the Mexican-American border, there are some people who are willing to accurately explain what is happening, i.e. a conscious effort on the part of the Obama administration to do away with our southern border. Jeff Sessions lays it out in an...
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We Deserve Better (Usher Eric Cantor Into Retirement)

You’ll be doing the American public a huge favor. You can do so through this aptly-named organization, or donate directly to Mr. Cantor’s current primary opponent, Dave Brat. Mickey Kaus has already chipped in, in case you were wondering where discerning, patriotic political analysts/commentators were placing their bets. The sooner we trim the Republican ranks...
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Stop The Boehner-Cantor-Obama Amnesty

Stop The Boehner-Cantor-Obama Amnesty

This past week’s immigration theater confirm what we have been saying for years. Namely, that the House GOP leadership can’t be trusted to protect the interests of the American public, especially when they conflict with its corporate benefactors. Even as Boehner’s attack dogs from silicon valley are unleashed against his own members who dare to...
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