Posts Tagged ‘ Business Insider ’

Separation Of Powers

Separation Of Powers

  The big news to come out of the President’s first weeks in office is a federal judge enjoining his executive order blocking immigration from 7 nations of concern. The motion by the Trump administration for an emergency stay has been denied by the 9th Circuit, a decision which bodes ill for its ultimate fate,...
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The State Of The GOP

The State Of The GOP

Tuesday saw Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address before Congress. Unsurprisingly, there was very little substantive discussion of the one subject Americans are preoccupied with at the moment, i.e. the complete evisceration of this nation’s immigration laws by the current administration. There was, however, a typically pompous denunciation of purportedly divisive voices...
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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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Stopping Terror In Its Tracks

Stopping Terror In Its Tracks

As Oscar Brand pointed out to us many years ago-singing about another titanic global struggle against fascism-it never pays to underestimate the courage of American servicemen. The brave men of the U.S. Armed Forces came to the rescue once again this week-assisted by a brave American college student and plucky Brit-preventing a repeat of...
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The Race Card Is Dealt

The Race Card Is Dealt

When in doubt, shout ‘RACIST!’ The open borders lynch mob continues its uniformed, malicious smear of Jason Richwine, occasionally taking time to engage in subsidiary slanders against other scholars, such as Charles Murray, even after its campaign of defamation succeeded in forcing his resignation from the Heritage foundation. You can now read his  PhD...
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Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Last week’s election results undoubtedly left many readers deeply disappointed, if not disaffected, including those of you who couldn’t bring yourselves to cast your ballot for Mitt Romney for any number of well documented reasons. The prospect of a president unencumbered by electoral consequences, whose administration has already shown itself to be flagrantly indifferent...
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Disaster Relief

Disaster Relief

WNYC has been kind of enough to provide a page filled with answers to questions you may have about relief operations in the New York Metro Area. Staten Island Recovers has also set up a page for the victims of Hurricane Sandy in Richmond County.
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Libertas

Libertas

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, the main draw for LibertyFest was not personalities. Although Ron Paul, ironically, has become an icon for many in the libertarian movement within the United States, that movement is a cult of ideas more than anything. In fact, one of the recurring themes throughout the day was the...
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A Cross Of Gold?

A Cross Of Gold?

Update: My full live-tweet of the debate between Andrew Schiff and Joe Weisenthal and Josh Barro is online! Coincidently, this month’s issue of The American Spectator has an expansive essay by investment banker, former NY gubernatorial candidate, and member of the 1981 Gold Commission-along with Congressman Ron Paul-Lew Lehrman, which advocates adopting to a...
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Libertyfest

Libertyfest

As someone who had never attended Liberty Fest-this was its third iteration, as the banner onto which the shadow of radio and television personality Lionel is projected indicates-I didn’t come into the event with any preconceived ideas or expectations. Even though I had been to events organized around similar principles, an eight hour-long seminar/concert/bull session...
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