Posts Tagged ‘ California ’

Jamiel’s Law

Jamiel’s Law

Broadcasting live from the once-great state of California. Listen to it here!
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Keep Out The Bushes

Keep Out The Bushes

  It’s no surprise that George W. Bush’s younger brother decided to skip the Iowa Freedom Summit this weekend. The notion of someone who can barely disguise his contempt for American citizens and workers sharing the same stage as Congressman Steve King is fairly preposterous, once you stop to think it over. Instead, the...
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Jobs and Justice

Jobs and Justice

Today, as the federal government commemorates the legacy of  one of the  transformative figures in 20th century public  life, it should not be forgotten that Martin Luther King struggled not only to achieve racial equality but also economic opportunity for disenfranchised citizens. One of the most dispiriting developments in the over four decades since...
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Libertad (Two Stories Of Hope And Achievement)

Libertad (Two Stories Of Hope And Achievement)

The day after Christmas-Boxing Day, for those of you in the Commonwealth of Nations-seems like an appropriate time for two inspiring stories which exemplify what this country stands for. Namely, freedom and the opportunity to pursue your dreams, both for yourself and your loved ones. Yasiel Puig, the superstar outfielder currently playing for the...
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American Rattlesnake On Tiempo This Sunday

Those of you who were hoping for more media exposure on my part are in luck! Two days from now you’ll see me on Tiempo, an Hispanic public affairs program hosted by WABC-TV news anchor and reporter Joe Torres, discussing the President’s most recent executive action regarding immigration. I’ll be debating a representative of...
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Remembering The Departed

Remembering The Departed

Today is All Souls’ Day, when we pray for the deceased, particularly those close to us-family and friends-who’ve passed. It also marks the fourth annual National Day of Remembrance for the those who have lost their lives at the hands of illegal aliens. From New York’s own Adrienne Shelly to the young scholar-athlete Jamiel...
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Working For A Living

Working For A Living

In a gubernatorial race where both candidates are to a greater or lesser degree beholden to the open borders lobby, notwithstanding the requisite pre-election posturing of the GOP standard-bearer, a genuine debate about the impact of  mass immigration upon California has not materialized, alas. Even so, the public policies which have irrevocably transformed the...
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Matt Brandenburgh: Hitchhiker, Filmmaker, Libertarian

Matt Brandenburgh: Hitchhiker, Filmmaker, Libertarian

The man behind Seavey/Perry finally steps out from the shadows and talks about his adventures across this fair land. Check it out! Also, like our Facebook page, Seavey/Perry on Culture!
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Penny Pinching

Penny Pinching

If there’s one thing this administration is proficient at, it’s squandering the hard-earned wealth of its subjects. Sorry, its citizens. A perfect illustration of the contempt Barack Obama and his flunkies have for the American people is the newest budget request intended to “deal with” the flood of Central Americans gushing over our southern...
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Citizens United

In spite of the impotence of the opposition party, and the decision by the ruling class to further nullify the Constitution, there is a grassroots, patriotic movement to defy the regime’s latest attempt to ethnically cleanse American citizens. In addition to the resistance by Virginians described in the video above, there has been a...
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