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Undocumented New Yorkers

Undocumented New Yorkers

In addition to ridding the streets of those accursed horse-drawn carriages, i.e. rewarding campaign contributors, one of the chief priorities of the Di Blasio administration is the institution of  municipal identification cards for those beleaguered illegal aliens huddling in the shadows. This website has explored at length the reasons why this experiment is such...
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Protesting Open Borders In New York City

For an explanation of why Mayor DiBlasio’s proposal is such a terrible idea, check out this Daniel Greenfield post on FrontPagemag.com.
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Speaking Freely

Some Europeans aren’t willing to accept dhimmitude. Free speech is worth fighting for.
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Presidential Priorities

Washington Monument strategy has taken a novel twist under this administration. Por La Raza, todo, fuerza La Raza, nada!  Thanks, Obama.
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Why We Fight

What a stark contrast to the current leaders of the GOP.
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The People’s Megaphone

The People’s Megaphone

Congress continues its annual month-long hibernation, but that doesn’t mean you have to slumber. The drive by open borders lobbyists never ceases, which means that we’ll have to work even more furiously to thwart their plans. Tea Party Patriots has provided an invaluable guide delineating just how you can hold your congressmen accountable for his...
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Tune in to the David Webb Show! (10 PM)

Update: Radio being the tumultuous medium that it is, the interview has been rescheduled to next Thursday! Tune in then to discover more about how you can help slow the political momentum behind Congress’s push for amnesty, and perhaps reduce this country’s collective BMI as a result. 
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Questions Begging For Answers

The answer is simple, it won’t. In fact, the structure of Obamacare rewards employers who fire their American workers in order to hire newly naturalized, i.e. amnestied, immigrants. While the people who need help the least will benefit the most should amnesty become law, those who are already struggling to survive in this distressed...
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Rivers of Blood

Rivers of Blood

Once again, the words of Enoch Powell appear prescient, although perhaps in not quite the way the late British parliamentarian and classicist intended. In the same week that Swedes have been besieged by aggrieved jihadists imported by their own government, Londoners experienced yet another subsidiary benefit of multiculturalism. This time, in the form of...
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Two Americans (A Postscript)

Two Americans (A Postscript)

One of the most frustrating aspects of the immigration monologue that’s unfolded over the past few years is the inability of one side-representing those who are committed to open borders and an uninterrupted stream of mass immigration-to acknowledge the legitimacy of the concerns expressed by their opponents, despite the fact that they constitute a...
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