Posts Tagged ‘ Breitbart.com ’

Days of Rage (Anti-Trump Rally In Manhattan)

Days of Rage (Anti-Trump Rally In Manhattan)

  Although this election cycle has been extremely entertaining-at least, for those of us with a Menckenian distaste for popular democracy-it has also been disturbing in a number of ways. The prospect of electing a politician facing down her second indictment in as many decades-and make no mistake, despite her manifold flaws as a...
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Desert Visions (Update on Dicks Peak Fire)

Desert Visions (Update on Dicks Peak Fire)

The chaotic, lawless status quo maintained on our southern border is one of our least-reported domestic catastrophes. This isn’t surprising when you consider the fact that our news media view themselves primarily as a platform for immigrants, illegal aliens and their benefactors more than objective outlets designed to convey pertinent information to the broader...
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The Pope vs. The United States

The Pope vs. The United States

  Update: C’mon, guys! You know that walls don’t work. Pope Francis, as you may have heard, visited the drug and violence-plagued city of Juarez yesterday. A place where hundreds of  women have fallen prey to the sadistic whims of Mexican drug cartels-often with the complicity of corrupt public institutions.  Leaving aside the loathsome...
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Live Free or Die

Live Free or Die

  Update: According to CNN projections Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have emerged victorious from tonight’s primary. Notch one for the notoriously inaccurate polling industry!  We’ll see whether New Hampshire lives up to its state motto later tonight, although the pickings are rather slim in this regard. You can follow the undoubtedly dubious exit polling data...
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The Veil Slips (Anti-Fascist Fascism)

The Veil Slips (Anti-Fascist Fascism)

It’s difficult to articulate the precise feeling I have after viewing the international media’s coverage of the anti-rape, anti-jihadist demonstrations which took place in Germany this weekend. Rage, disgust, alienation, and disbelief all fail to capture the degree of revulsion I felt watching the BBC, CNN and other purveyors of disinformation cover the brave...
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Dump McCain

Dump McCain

Although the upcoming presidential race occupies national media attention-to the exclusion of virtually every other political contest-one of the most exciting elections will be taking place in the state of Arizona later this year. Senator John McCain, who is singularly awful, is facing a remarkably strong challenge from Arizona state legislator Kelli Ward, a...
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No Mas

No Mas

This must displease those at the editorial board of the paper which commissioned this poll, but facts are stubborn things. It turns out that the majority of Americans do not want to be inundated with Muslim refugees from Syria. Perhaps these respondents have noticed the way  these uninvited guests have caused previously thriving European...
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Breaking News (Texas Rebuffed)

  It turns out that we may have a decision on President Obama’s unlawful extension of amnesty to millions of illegal aliens before the next presidential election is decided. You can read the report by Ken Klukowski, which explains the now expedited process to decide whether or not SCOTUS will take up the issue...
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Voting For Change

Voting For Change

These past few weeks have been good ones for immigration patriots throughout the nation. From Governor Pat McCrory’s decision to punish sanctuary cities in the state of North Carolina, to Governor Greg Abbott’s decision to withhold state funding from sheriffs who adopt similar policies in Texas, we have seen a dawning recognition among some...
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Stolen Lives (National Day of Remembrance, 2015)

As mentioned in a previous post, this past weekend marked the 5th consecutive National Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Illegal Aliens. In a sense, victims of our government’s willful indifference to the lives and security of ordinary American men and women.  Breitbart News has a deeply moving account of the commemoration which...
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