Posts Tagged ‘ Facebook ’

A Father’s Plea

A Father’s Plea

  Update: Here is a link to a letter written by Mrs. Marla M. Kilfoyle, one of Gregory Buckley’s former teachers, addressed to Senator Charles Schumer and congressional representatives Carolyn McCarthy and Peter King.  What you’ll witness in the video below is the heart-rending testimony of Gregory Buckley Sr., the father of  Marine Lance Cpl....
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Social Media Update

Just a reminder, for those of you who weren’t already aware of our presence on the Web, we have a very active Facebook page, which you are free to join and contribute to. It’s updated daily with breaking news, including the latest revelation about the dimensions of Obamacare and its extension to refugees resettled...
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Intermission

My apologies for not addressing the proverbial elephant in the room, but I’ve been busy debating the other side for the past few days. I’ll post my thoughts on the Supreme Court’s momentous decision-along with some helpful links-in the days ahead, but until then, enjoy a lively exchange on the subject of immigration with our...
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Repeal the NDAA’s Indefinite Detention Provision

One of the most controversial pieces of legislation to be signed into law during this session of Congress is the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. Normally a routine expenditure funding Department of Defense operations, this year’s NDAA gained notoriety for two amendments that could be interpreted to allow for the indefinite detention of...
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The Social Network

For those of you expecting a pre-Iowa Caucus analysis of the GOP field, it is forthcoming. However, I just thought I’d take the opportunity to inform you all that American Rattlesnake is now on Facebook! In order to become a fan-and speaking as an impartial observer, I highly recommend doing so-just go to our...
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No Free Lunch

No Free Lunch

  It would appear that the remnants of Occupy Wall Street have decided to hook up with the open borders movement in order to push for more lax immigration enforcement in a state where it has almost entirely disappeared. Joanna Marzullo, President of New York ICE, has all of the details.   Hi NY ICers,...
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The Real Lesson of Thanksgiving

The Real Lesson of Thanksgiving

As we gather together with loved ones-or not so loved ones-to give thanks, or express regret, perhaps it’s a good time to put things into perspective. A few days ago an acquaintance posted a cartoon to Facebook often used to lampoon those of us who are not open borders fetishists by predisposition. I’m referring, of course,...
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Free Agent Diaz

Some of you might recall our previous action alert highlighting the plight of Border Patrol agent Jesus Diaz, who is currently facing a 10-35 year prison sentence for allegedly abusing a Mexican drug smuggler that entered this country illegally through Eagle Pass, Texas.
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Mike Cutler: Still Serving His Country

Mike Cutler: Still Serving His Country

One of the most forthright, resonant voices in the current immigration debate is that of former INS agent and Customs official Michael Cutler. A man with firsthand experience in thwarting attempted terrorist attacks and securing our nation’s borders, Mr. Cutler brings his wealth of experience in confronting threats to our nation to bear  against...
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Stand With Arizona

I recently discovered a fantastic way of keeping track of news related to illegal aliens and the legislators who enable them. Stand with Arizona is a fantastic Facebook page that compiles information and analysis about one of the chief problems facing the United States at this point in our nation’s history.
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