Posts Tagged ‘ Congressional Black Caucus ’

The End Of Equality

The End Of Equality

One of the most incisive, astute observers of the growing income inequality and stratification that characterizes large portions of this nation’s economy is writer Mickey Kaus. Unique among his colleagues for being a prominent voice within the mainstream media and yellow dog Democrat who opposes the mass, unskilled immigration which the institutional left and...
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Replaceable Americans

Replaceable Americans

The DC March for Jobs is less than two days away! I urge every immigration patriot-especially those living in Maryland, Virginia, and the nation’s capital-to make their best efforts to attend this historic event. This will be a momentous opportunity to show the nation’s lawmakers, who have made a habit of ignoring the will...
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Stand Up, America

  The DC March for Jobs is less than a week away! Although the chartered bus  from New Jersey is no longer available, there are still available buses for those willing to make the trek from other parts of the country. Even as the Congressional Black Caucus turns its back on its constituents, the...
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Questions Begging For Answers

The answer is simple, it won’t. In fact, the structure of Obamacare rewards employers who fire their American workers in order to hire newly naturalized, i.e. amnestied, immigrants. While the people who need help the least will benefit the most should amnesty become law, those who are already struggling to survive in this distressed...
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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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Arrogance

  Kudos to the Terry family for maintaining its grace and dedication to preserving Brian’s memory in the face of  the unconscionable defiance and contempt shown by the Obama Justice Department.  To find out more about the Fast and Furious debacle-as well as how it led to Agent Brian Terry’s death-and how you can...
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Contempt

Contempt

Despite the theatrical exodus of its most useless faction of lawmakers, Congress coalesced into a bipartisan coalition this week to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for his obstruction of investigations into the Fast and Furious debacle. Here’s the roll call for the contempt vote. Kudos to the seventeen Democrats-including New York’s own Kathy...
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One Step Forward

One Step Forward

Some qualified good news came out of the Supreme Court recently, with a decision that partially upheld Arizona’s 2004 voter identification law. Unfortunately, while the court let stand the portion of Proposition 200 that required voters to provide I.D. in order to vote, it invalidated the I.D. requirement for voter registration. The bigger news...
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The Fight For Equality

The Fight For Equality

Today marks the official commemoration of Martin Luther King’s birthday. Perhaps the most iconic figure in the modern Civil Rights movement, Martin Luther King Jr. was also a tireless champion of the fight to eliminate inequality in the United States.  So it’s only fitting that we stop for a moment to scrutinize one of the...
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Underdogs We Believe In (2010 Congress Watch)

Underdogs We Believe In (2010 Congress Watch)

We continue our election series today with a closer examination of yet another congressional race that might have escaped public notice-even among voters in the congressional district in which it’s taking place-were it not for the anti-incumbent wave currently surging over the country. 
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