Posts Tagged ‘ elections ’

Peasants With Pitchforks

Peasants With Pitchforks

The returns were barely in before the postmortems to this election were already being written. Naturally, the mainstream news media have completely misread last night’s results, continuing to ignore the electorate’s contempt for the open borders dogmatism which has guided American elite opinion on the subject of immigration for the past five decades. Thankfully,...
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The Electoral Math

The Electoral Math

It doesn’t look good for the Grand Old Party. Pat Buchanan explains.
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Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Last week’s election results undoubtedly left many readers deeply disappointed, if not disaffected, including those of you who couldn’t bring yourselves to cast your ballot for Mitt Romney for any number of well documented reasons. The prospect of a president unencumbered by electoral consequences, whose administration has already shown itself to be flagrantly indifferent...
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Irony

Irony

The Democrats deny the existence of voter fraud.  Yet it occurs on the floor of their own convention, as the Convention Chairman approves the mention of God in the platform against the overwhelming objections of the delegates. You know, they might just have a point.  Still, I doubt it will register with the deniers. Hat...
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Presidential Politics, CIS, Miscellany…

Update: The live-tweet of Don Barnett’s speech at the Penn Club of New York is now available online. You can read it in its entirety by going to my Twitter account, Odd Lane. You can find more of Mr. Barnett’s incomparable research into our dysfunctional, destructive refugee resettlement program at the Center for Immigration...
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Reality Based Debate

Now that criticizing anyone in the Obama administration accused of malfeasance, gross negligence, and actions indirectly leading to the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans, among others, is incontrovertibly racist, I suppose it’s a good time to look at why we never see an honest examination of the immigration issue in the mainstream media. Thankfully,...
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Make Your Stand

Today is Election Day throughout the country, and although there aren’t many significant local races-with the exception of a contested District Attorney’s race in the borough of Staten Island-there is a monumental recall election taking place in Legislative District 18 in the State of Arizona. That is where Senator Russell Pearce-the author of SB 1070,...
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A Very Special Election

A Very Special Election

I’d like to use today’s post to echo the sentiments expressed by our publisher yesterday. As someone who once lived within the confines of the 9th Congressional District when it was represented by Chuck Schumer, one of the most irresponsible, worst actors in our nation’s immigration debate, I can’t urge you strongly enough to go...
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Weprin Gets Desperate

Weprin Gets Desperate

  A last minute storefront office for David Weprin, Democratic nominee for the 9th NY Congressional district, has popped up in Forest Hills.  The storefront, in a vacated beauty parlour, is a hundred feet from Queens Democratic headquarters and around the corner from former Repesentative Anthony Weiner’s old apartment.  It is organized by SEIU...
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Bob Turner For Congress

Tomorrow, September 13th, New York will hold a special election to elect a replacement for Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former Congressman. American Rattlesnake urges you to vote for Bob Turner, the Republican candidate.  While immigration has not been a key issue in this race, Mr. Turner has vocalized his opposition to both the DREAM...
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