Posts Tagged ‘ Bryan Griffith ’

The Daily Rattle (Presidential Edition)

The Daily Rattle (Presidential Edition)

A couple of news items before tonight’s VP debate: -The Department of Homeland Security has scotched an investigation into the Clinton family’s bagman, Governor Terry McAuliffe, as well as Hillary’s younger brother, ex repo man/current parasite Tony Rodham. Both men were involved in a scheme to fast-track visa applications under the E-5 investor visa...
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Genuine Debate

All too often the choices offered to the American public come down to differences of packaging. Would you rather vote for the interventionist, open borders, chubby white guy, or the interventionist, open borders, svelte Hispanic male? The media’s relentless denial of the facts and refusal to acknowledge alternative points of view only entrenches the...
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Mapping Dysfunction

  One of the most useful methods for understanding our current immigration crisis is looking at the cumulative effect of our government’s endorsement, both tacit and explicit, of illegal immigration. The Center for Immigration Studies has developed a handy tool that helps individual citizens do this. Namely, their sanctuary cities map.
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Endorsing Criminality

Kudos, once again, to the Center for Immigration Studies for providing us with an idea of how vast the safety net for illegal aliens is within the United States.
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Countering The Open Borders Narrative

An alternative to the nationally televised deception known as President Obama’s State of the Union address, the words of Mo Brooks are precisely what Congress needs as this administration continues its unprecedented assault upon the Constitution. You can find the rest of CIS’s briefing for the 114th Congress here.
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Progressives For Immigration Reform

Progressives For Immigration Reform

Those of you who are dedicated readers are undoubtedly familiar with the work of David North, a fellow for the Center for Immigration Studies and long-time policy analyst who has conducted numerous studies which meticulously delineate the fundamental problems that lie at the heart of post-1965 national immigration policy. Many of you may remember...
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The Life, and Death, of a Rancher

The Life, and Death, of a Rancher

Today marks a deeply sad anniversary that will go unnoticed by most Americans, unfortunately, but which we must acknowledge if we ever hope to prevent such tragedies from recurring in the future. I speak, of course, of the murder of Arizona rancher Robert N. Krentz Jr., who was shot to death on his Cochise...
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