Posts Tagged ‘ Felipe Calderon ’

Mr. Mayor

Mr. Mayor

As most you probably know, Edward I. Koch is no longer with us. After a protracted battle with pneumonia, among other ailments, the three term mayor of this city finally succumbed to the limitations of age. As well as being a career politician and often contrarian Democrat, Ed Koch was-as the photo above indicates-a decorated...
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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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Happy Flag Day, America

Happy Flag Day, America

Apparently, not everyone embraces this patriotic occasion with as much fervor as the followers of this website. It should come as no surprise that the Washington Post, a publication almost without parallel in ignoring dissenting views regarding immigration, would seek to elevate Mexican chauvinism at the expense of the United States. Aside from the contemporary,...
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Immigration and Borders News Roundup

Today’s roundup is chock full of news, including a laughable attempt by the Mexican government to demonstrate its bona fides on border security by arresting a potential border-crosser from an infamous family. However, we begin with a much more serious story involving the continued obstruction of Congress by this administration with regard to the...
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Reality Check

Reality Check

One of the most persistent myths propagated by open borders enthusiasts is the notion that America’s approach to border security, despite not existing in many places along our southern border, is both unique and quintessentially inhumane. The predominant narrative usually takes the form of American Border Patrol agents callously impeding the free flow of brown-skinned, impoverished...
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High Crimes and Misdemeanors? (Gunwalking News Roundup)

High Crimes and Misdemeanors? (Gunwalking News Roundup)

Contrary to appearances, the picture above is not a photograph of the President consoling a child whose parents were killed as a result of the Gunwalker imbrogolio. It’s actually President Obama hugging one of President Felipe Calderon’s kids; whether future cross-border visits will be as amicable remains to be seen. As political fallout from...
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Zetas Founder Arrested

Zetas Founder Arrested

Most of you are familiar with the extensive coverage we’ve given to the murder of ICE Agent Jaime Zapata,  as well as the subsequent investigation into his killing. Recently, the founder of Los Zetas-the powerful Mexican drug cartel who many believe is responsible for Agent Zapata’s death-was apprehended by authorities in Mexico City. Insight...
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Barack Obama’s Alternate Reality

Barack Obama’s Alternate Reality

Yesterday the President delivered his much-anticipated address on immigration at the Chamizal National Memorial Park, a landmark that commemorates the settlement of  a century-long border dispute centered around the Rio Grande, which has traditionally served as the demarcation line between what is Mexico and what is the United States.
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Damage Control

Damage Control

Most of you are probably wondering what my thoughts on President Obama’s latest push for amnesty, culminating in a visit to the border city of El Paso, Texas, are. Although I will be analyzing the latest photo op in due time, today I thought I’d share with you my opinion of Mexican President Felipe...
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Agent Zapata Honored

Agent Zapata Honored

I’d just like to run down the latest news in the investigation surrounding ICE agent Jaime Zapata’s death.  Three suspects, one of whom has been linked to the gun used to shoot and kill Zapata, have been taken into federal custody.
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