Posts Tagged ‘ Doris Meissner ’

Rerun

Rerun

One of the most frustrating aspects of the debate over illegal immigration is the inescapable sense that we’re watching the performance of an ever-recurring, yet interminable and tedious, play. The proponents of amnesty regurgitate a series of formulaic talking points that we’ve become inured to, beginning with the specious assertion that “we’re not going...
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The Cost of Doing Nothing

A must-watch video of testimony that explains how the Obama administration is fudging the numbers in its quest to implement amnesty, and why it will cost Americans dearly.
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The Department of Homeland Surrender

    One of the themes we’ve tried to impress upon our audience over the past three years is the multidimensional nature of immigration. It’s not simply a single issue among a panoply of issues that animate the cut and thrust of politics. It encompasses everything from economics to culture, including crime, education, health...
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Sweet Little Lies

Sweet Little Lies

As sundry pundits, political consultants, and elected officials search for answers in the wake of the GOP’s decisive election loss, it’s worth noting that while the Republican Party yielded ground in the Senate, House of Representatives, and various state legislatures-to say nothing of its presidential nominee’s defeat-there were several important races where immigration patriots...
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All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

All The News That’s Fit To Stint (Sins of Omission)

The Center for Immigration Studies provides an extended excerpt  from William McGowan’s most recent, incisive analysis of the news media, Gray Lady Down, on its weblog this month.
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Naval Landing

Naval Landing

One of the neglected issues in the immigration discussion is the daunting task the government faces in protecting the coastline of the United States, a problem vividly illustrated by an incident that just occurred in San Clemente.
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