Posts Tagged ‘ Brian Bilbray ’

Stay Tuned

Update: Today’s quasi-eventful live-tweet is up. I’ll have a full photo-essay in the coming days.  As I mentioned in the activism tab, I’ll be documenting all the May Day festivities tomorrow-including any random undocumented citizen sightings. I’ll be tweeting sporadically, but until then content yourself with the news that California continues to sink into...
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Decision Points

Decision Points

Months of strenuous campaigning, millions of dollars in political advertising, and countless days of retail politicking will culminate in just a few hours, when a select few will decide who will be awarded the first presidential delegates of the 2012 Republican race for President of the United States. Although not always an accurate gauge...
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The Daily Rattle (2011 New Year’s Edition)

The Daily Rattle (2011 New Year’s Edition)

Our last Rattle of 2011 runs the gamut, all the way from an immigration enforcement success in Pennsylvania to a disappointing judicial setback in South Carolina. However, we begin the final roundup of the year with a must-read essay in The American Conservative by W. James Antle III. It looks at the immigration scorecard...
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Brian Bilbray Debates Dana Loesch on Amnesty


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A Few Notes…

Tomorrow and/or thursday is the pivotal point in our struggle to thwart yet another backdoor amnesty known as the DREAM Act. While the House of Representatives is scheduled to pass this bill-without any substantive committee review or consistent CBO cost estimates-the real battle will take place in the U.S. Senate, where Senator Reid is...
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Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Open borders advocates have done us a huge favor in the form of listing public servants that they despise. Courtesy of the Huffington Post, we now know who to vote for  in upcoming elections. And, with the exception for J.D. Hayworth-who was, unfortunately, defeated in his bid to unseat Senator John McCain-they’re all up re-election...
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Congress Working For You

Congress Working For You

I know, it’s shocking.
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