Posts Tagged ‘ CUNY ’

I Stand With Linda (Sarsour Presser, NYC City Hall)

I Stand With Linda (Sarsour Presser, NYC City Hall)

May 8, 2017. NYC City Hall – 11 am. An hour of long-winded and impassioned support for the sainted Linda Sarsour.
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The Miseducation Of CUNY Grads

The Miseducation Of CUNY Grads

April 27, 2017. 4:30 pm. We gathered outside CUNY’s midtown Manhattan offices because Linda Sarsour, an anti-Zionist, pro-sharia Muslim, has been announced as their keynote speaker for the June 1, 2017 graduation of CUNY’s Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy. This is an outrage! The JDL was there as the protests begin.
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Catch The Zeitgeist

I’m sure our followers are starting to tire of winning-or, at the very least, want to take a leisurely break-so we thought we’d present a fascinating philosophical debate completely unrelated to this past week’s presidential election. The Zeitgeist movement-as best as I can surmise from this debate-is a strange mixture of anarcho-syndicalism, techno-Marxism, earth...
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Dream On

Dream On

One of the hallmarks of the open borders movement in this country, beyond its contempt for the basic concept of national sovereignty, is its overwhelming sense of entitlement. And no branch of the movement exhibits this trait more conspicuously than the media-created phenomenon known as the Dreamers, i.e., illegal immigrants who were brought to...
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New York ICE Sounds Off On DREAMers

  Information explaining how you can participate can be found after the jump, courtesy of Joanna Marzullo.
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Scaling The Ivory Tower

Scaling The Ivory Tower

In my previous post, I described two presentations by post-graduate students invited to (New) Debates On Belonging, a workshop by the CUNY Graduate Center-seen above-devoted to exploring original research into the subjects of illegal immigration and the lives of illegal aliens within the United States. There were three other presentations that day, beginning with...
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Immigration Issues in Academe

Immigration Issues in Academe

The image you see above is a flow chart describing the process by which the bodies of illegal aliens, or in the parlance of the presenter, “undocumented border crossers,” found in the United States are identified and returned to their families. Or, in the case of those whose identities can not be verified, disposed...
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Thoughts on Occupy Wall Street

Thoughts on Occupy Wall Street

  One of the more intriguing aspects of New York City is the confluence, and at times, confrontation of different ideas and individuals that occur on a daily basis. Today I found myself observing and photographing this phenomenon in lower Manhattan, which has been the staging point for the protests staged by Occupy Wall Street for...
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D-Day. May Day Photos and Coverage: Part I

D-Day. May Day Photos and Coverage: Part I

My apologies for beginning this entry with such a startlingly vulgar image, but I thought it appropriate to visually demonstrate the level of debate I encountered from open borders anarchists during the May Day rally held at Foley Square. These two characters-who obviously eschew fasting as a form of political protest-are from the very...
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David Horowitz Does Battle At Brooklyn College

David Horowitz Does Battle At Brooklyn College

Update: New photos, and full video coverage, at  The Silent Majority.   Today I decided to return to my old stomping grounds at Brooklyn College in order to witness a lecture delivered by acclaimed polemicist, writer, political and human rights activist, and former leader of the new left, David Horowitz. Invited to speak by...
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