Posts Tagged ‘ Congress ’

Debating E-Verify

Update Part II: It has cleared committee. Proposed legislation that would require employers across the country to use the electronic employment-verification program known as E-verify passed out of a Congressional House committee today. The bill, H.R. 2885, also called the Legal Workforce Act, would require that almost every business in the country adopt the program...
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Weprin Gets Desperate

Weprin Gets Desperate

  A last minute storefront office for David Weprin, Democratic nominee for the 9th NY Congressional district, has popped up in Forest Hills.  The storefront, in a vacated beauty parlour, is a hundred feet from Queens Democratic headquarters and around the corner from former Repesentative Anthony Weiner’s old apartment.  It is organized by SEIU...
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Bob Turner For Congress

Tomorrow, September 13th, New York will hold a special election to elect a replacement for Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former Congressman. American Rattlesnake urges you to vote for Bob Turner, the Republican candidate.  While immigration has not been a key issue in this race, Mr. Turner has vocalized his opposition to both the DREAM...
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La Raza’s Woman Inside

La Raza’s Woman Inside

It’s been brought to my attention by one of our esteemed contributors, Marion (D.S.) Dreyfus, that federal funding for the National Council of La Raza, i.e. “The Race,” a group that some would deem blatantly racist, has increased almost threefold since Cecilia Munoz, a former NCLR official, was appointed by President Obama.  Tom Fitton, the head of Judicial...
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Back to the Drawing Board

Back to the Drawing Board

We were reminded by The Politico this weekend of why it is always a bad idea to elect an immigration attorney to Congress. Aside from the inherent conflict of interest present in electing an individual who will be able to craft laws that directly benefit his bottom line, there are broader issues at stake.
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Americans Win!

Americans Win!

Conversely, you could say that the Chamber of Commerce and ACLU have lost, and lost big-time. Overall, it was a very good day for the Supreme Court of the United States, or as law nerds like to call it, SCOTUS. However, it was an even better day for Arizonans, and for those of us...
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Amnesty: Tales from the Crypt

Amnesty: Tales from the Crypt

For those of you who’ve been followers of this website for some time, you’ll already be aware of the extensive coverage we’ve given to the Obama administration’s repeated attempts to obtain amnesty for millions of illegal aliens. Whether it be through legislative legerdemain or administrative diktat, President Obama and his chief underlings have been...
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Celebrate The Earth By Letting The Border Patrol Do Its Job

Celebrate The Earth By Letting The Border Patrol Do Its Job

As many of you might know, today marks the official commemoration of Earth Day, a holiday conceived by the unfortunately named U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970 and celebrated by self-styled environmentally conscious individuals every year on this day since. You might be wondering why I would choose to address this subject on a website whose...
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Caravan of Peace (NORPAC Heads To The Capital)

Caravan of Peace (NORPAC Heads To The Capital)

On Wednesday, smack in the middle of a working week, 1200 of us from the Northeast flew, drove or were bussed into Washington DC to strengthen the congressional commitment to help sustain Israel in this difficult time, amid the embroilment of so many Islamic Middle Eastern and North African states.
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Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs


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