Posts Tagged ‘ DACA ’

Vox Populi

Vox Populi

One of the ways the treason lobby attempts to alter the cultural landscape is by manipulating public opinion. Edward Bernays was a piker compared to the good folks at the New York Times and National Public Radio. Which is why the most recent poll by Rasmussen Reports will probably come as a bit of a...
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Next In Line

Next In Line

One of the central conceits of open borders fetishists is the assumption that illegal aliens are somehow being denied equal treatment. Equal to whom is the question which is never addressed, let alone answered satisfactorily, and it’s easy to see why. To treat those who have broken the law-many laws, often repeatedly-on par with law-abiding...
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The Rule Of Law

The Rule Of Law

Kudos to Judge Andrew Hanen, bête noire of the treason lobby, for being the first person to put a halt-albeit, temporarily-to Barack Obama’s most recent lawless executive action. We recommend reading Legal Insurrection’s analysis of Judge Hanen’s Temporary Injunctive Order, which includes generous excerpts, as well as a pdf file of the judge’s complete decision. Our friend...
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Day 1 Of The Loretta Lynch Hearings

Day 1 Of The Loretta Lynch Hearings

  Update: Power Line has a great recap of the Sessions-Lynch exchange, which demonstrates why this nominee is so unsuited for the position she aspires to hold.  Senator Jeff Sessions displaying why he should be in charge of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Watch them live.
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Working For A Living

Working For A Living

In a gubernatorial race where both candidates are to a greater or lesser degree beholden to the open borders lobby, notwithstanding the requisite pre-election posturing of the GOP standard-bearer, a genuine debate about the impact of  mass immigration upon California has not materialized, alas. Even so, the public policies which have irrevocably transformed the...
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Abuse of Power

  Senator Sessions once again demonstrates the difference between statesmanship and sycophancy. As he’s explained repeatedly in the past few days, the Republican bill authorizing emergency spending for border security would be a disaster for the simple reason that it would not bar President Obama from enacting yet another unconstitutional, administrative amnesty.  Even though...
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The People Have Spoken

The People Have Spoken

Update: Roy Beck’s statement regarding the results in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District is now available online.  The only question that remains is whether the heretofore tone deaf GOP leadership in the House of Representatives is listening. We, like many patriotic Americans of every partisan affiliation, are celebrating the defeat of soon to be ex-Majority...
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The Gray Lady Shows Her Slip

The Gray Lady Shows Her Slip

  Followers of this website need not be reminded of the baleful influence the New York Times has had upon immigration policy debates for the better part of five decades. However, the recent flurry of extraconstitutional edicts promulgated by the Obama administration regarding this subject has led its editorial board to engage in even...
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Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

As the White House contemplates an expansion of its constitutionally dubious administrative amnesty, it’s worth taking a look at how the treason lobby’s Republican accomplices are dealing with the public’s repudiation of their most cherished legislative priority, i.e. opening the spigot to an endless stream of cheap, imported labor. A particularly revealing exchange happened...
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Coulter vs. Kaus at CPAC

Coulter vs. Kaus at CPAC

It turns out that the Coulter-Kaus debate was broadcast on one of  C-SPAN’s many outlets yesterday, despite the unofficial CPAC ban on discussion of the most important domestic political issue. You can watch the full debate here. In addition to covering the political costs of amnesty and the legally and constitutionally dubious nature of...
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