Posts Tagged ‘ CNS ’

Rattle On (May News Digest)

Rattle On (May News Digest)

With the world aflame, it’s only appropriate that our periodical digest of immigration and cultural news returns. Starting off in the States, we find that Michelle Root, after a heartfelt meeting with Donald Trump, has decided to throw her support behind his candidacy. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the case, Michelle...
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No Mas

No Mas

This must displease those at the editorial board of the paper which commissioned this poll, but facts are stubborn things. It turns out that the majority of Americans do not want to be inundated with Muslim refugees from Syria. Perhaps these respondents have noticed the way  these uninvited guests have caused previously thriving European...
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Pickpockets

Pickpockets

After celebrating Wealth Confiscation Day, it’s only appropriate that we reflect upon what our government does with the thousands of billions of dollars Americans unwillingly render it each year. A particularly obscene program administered by the Internal Revenue Service is the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, which is used by illegal aliens in lieu of...
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Operation Pass The Buck

Operation Pass The Buck

You can read full text of Secretary Jeh Johnson’s op-ed here. It is the sort of predictable, CYA press release you would expect from an administration trying to downplay the disastrous consequences of its terribly unpopular immigration policies. Meanwhile, if you want to understand why so many of these unaccompanied minors are flooding into...
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Behind Rose-Colored Glasses

Behind Rose-Colored Glasses

The sputtering “recovery” claimed by the White House is inexorably grinding to a halt, an inescapable fact that even the most deft manipulation of employment numbers can’t conceal. Yet the mass unemployment and underemployment of American job-seekers hasn’t deflated the enthusiasm for anti-growth policies from either this administration or Congress. Complicating matters is the enthusiasm...
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Injustice

Injustice

With the unfortunate news that Eric Holder is going to remain in his position as head of the Department of Justice for the second Obama term-at least for the foreseeable future-it’s only fitting that we take a cursory glance at the defining moment of his tenure as Attorney General. I refer, of course, to...
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Labor Pains

Labor Pains

With the resignation of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, it’s instructive to take a brief look over the Obama administration’s  labor policy priorities these past four years. Although the prime objectives of organized labor, such as the enactment of card check legislation, never saw the light of day during President Obama’s first term, labor unions...
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The Paradox of the PMOI

The Paradox of the PMOI

One simple word which encapsulates the sum of the aspirations harbored by Iranians throughout the world, both those in exile and those living, and suffering, in the land of their birth. It was one of the demands invoked repeatedly throughout the pro-democracy demonstrations which took place last week at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza. These protests were held against...
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Remembering Brian Terry

Remembering Brian Terry

As most loyal followers of American Rattlesnake know, we are dedicated to covering any and all relevations of gross malfeasance emanating from Operation Fast and Furious and subsidiary gunwalking operations that have engulfed top officials at the BATF and Department of Justice. We have been addressing this subject since March of last year, when mainstream press organs...
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What’s Happening?

The past few weeks have seen a flurry of important news stories that, unfortunately, we haven’t had the opportunity to address at any length on the pages of American Rattlesnake. In our periodic news roundup, we’ll cover everything from the latest embarrassment to befall Governor Hair to the mystery that is the location of notorious Mexican drug...
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