Posts Tagged ‘ DREAM Act ’

Narrow-minded

Narrow-minded

One of the most troubling aspects of the current debate over immigration and national borders-other than the usual epithets lodged against those of us who care about our nation’s sovereignity, and the absurd postulations made by those attempting to convince us of the wisdom of open borders, esto perpetua, is the closed nature of the...
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Stalking Horse

Stalking Horse

Michael Cutler, an immigration enforcement activist who worked for decades as a federal government employee protecting our nation’s security-including helping to thwart a terrorist plot by the Japanese Red Army-has a fantastic essay today explaining in detail just why the DREAM Act is the thin wedge of a much larger amnesty.
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Realistic Expectations

Realistic Expectations

I thought I’d use today’s post, written hours before the Senate opens up for business and possibly reanimates the corpse of the DREAM Act, to engage in some speculation about citizen activism, and its impact upon the ruling political class.
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Somos Americanos!

Somos Americanos!

A great piece by former congressman and Colorado gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo, which exposes Luis Gutierrez’s hypocrisy, empty gestural politics, and the shaky foundation upon which the contemporary Democratic Party is built, was just published in World Net Daily.
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Blitz Those Phones!

I should preface this post with a cautionary note: The toll-free number I suggested you call in an earlier update SHOULD NOT be dialed. According to a friend at ALIPAC,
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Long Island Questions Dream

Long Island Questions Dream

One part of the country that has been devastated by illegal immigration is in our own backyard, Long Island, New York. In fact, one reason for County Executive Steve Levy’s enduring popularity among Long Islanders not dependent upon the votes or labor of illegal aliens, i.e. most of Suffolk County, is the strong stance...
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No Labels Or No Principles?

Perhaps even worse than those elected officials who openly support the campaign of illegal aliens to undermine our economy and civic fabric are those who are too timid to even openly express their opinion on the subject.
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The American Legion To Senate: ‘Dream Act Rewards Crime’

The American Legion To Senate: ‘Dream Act Rewards Crime’

I know it’s a frustrating, even dispiriting weekend for those of us who believe in immigration enforcement and American citizenship. I myself feel towards the U.S. Congress the same way that Ottoman sultans felt towards their children.
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Things Do Not Look Good

As much as I hate to be the bearer of bad news, I can’t spin this in any other way. The President has been able to bribe some recalcitrant members of the House of Representatives into perhaps voting for his compromise on tax cuts with promises of greater ethanol subsidies.
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The Dream Act Will Return

I realize how frustrated everyone is at this moment, as my prediction earlier today proved true. Senator Reid, true to his dogmatic, slithery form, postponed action on DREAM until next week.
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