Posts Tagged ‘ catch and release ’

The New Tower Of Babel

The New Tower Of Babel

Mark Levin’s blistering take on the latest report demonstrating the baleful consequences of the 1965 Immigration Act is a must-listen! You can view the Center for Immigration Studies backgrounder here and the full report here. It makes for grim, but necessary, reading during a week when the gatekeepers of open borders, see NPR,  are...
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Out of the Shadows

  As this administration continues to defy the American pubic, as well as Congress, and implement its plan to enact amnesty by fiat, the supporters of these lawbreakers become bolder in their attempts to intimidate. I’ve just received word from Joanna Marzullo, president of NY ICE, that the shock troops of the treason lobby...
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Open Door Policy

Catch and release has returned, thanks to our imperial president.
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A Nightmarish Dream

With the Obama administration’s unilateral decision to ratify what up to this point had merely been a de facto amnesty-literally interpreting catch and release-and the cravenly insipid Republican response to the President’s latest patently unconstitutional power grab, patriotic Americans wouldn’t be blamed for feeling powerless when it comes to protecting their country. Judicial intervention...
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Criminals And The Communities Who Love Them

Criminals And The Communities Who Love Them

A story so familiar to us that I almost hesitate to post it. Yes, yet another community-not a community of Americans, mind you-is outraged that the federal government is enforcing laws that criminalize being a criminal.
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Catch And Release

Catch And Release

Yet another victim of de facto amnesty lost her life this weekend. And while open-borders enthusiasts would like to minimize the human toll illegal aliens impose on our society-or bring up the fascinating, but ultimately irrelevant, observation that there are American citizens who commit equally heinous crimes-the truth is that Carlos Montano is not a...
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