Posts Tagged ‘ illegal aliens ’

Citizens Say No

Citizens Say No

NY ICE marshaled its forces against DAPA-the President’s most recent illegal executive action-in downtown Manhattan recently. You can watch footage from the event which was uploaded to Vimeo, as well as read an account of the event by Joanna Marzullo, below.  5.19.15  New York, NY. The above videos are raw footage of the other...
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Jamiel’s Law for May 17, 2015

Jamiel’s Law for May 17, 2015

Listen to it live! California is seeking further into the abyss, as the L.A. County Board of Supervisor’s recent vote to end its cooperation with ICE under 287(g), which is why voices like those of the Shaw family are more important than ever, if only to warn the rest of us what could happen...
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Vox Populi

Vox Populi

One of the ways the treason lobby attempts to alter the cultural landscape is by manipulating public opinion. Edward Bernays was a piker compared to the good folks at the New York Times and National Public Radio. Which is why the most recent poll by Rasmussen Reports will probably come as a bit of a...
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Honest Bob

Honest Bob

Robert Menendez’s “I am not a crook” presser, following his indictment by the Justice Department, pretty much ran to form, including his personal Hispandering simultaneous translation en Español. One of the underreported ironies of this story is the fact that some of the charges revolve around a scheme whereby the Soprano State’s Senator demanded visas for his benefactor’s foreign...
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Garden State Grifter

Garden State Grifter

It would appear that the federal government is close to charging the senior Senator from the Soprano State with corruption charges stemming from his relationship to Democratic Party ATM Salomon Melgen. Unlike the arrest of a criminal alien sex offender which Mr. Menendez once employed, this decision doesn’t seem to be directly tied to the...
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The Documented

The Documented

Despite initial attempts to market his municipal ID program as a benign attempt to help New Yorkers from ostensibly marginalized communities, it’s hard for anyone-even those in the media whose job increasingly seems to be obfuscation rather than illumination-to credulously argue that these identification cards constitute anything other than a further deliberate erosion of...
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The Dark Side Of The Dream

The father of Jamiel Shaw asks some pointed, very disturbing questions which this administration and Congress have yet to answer.
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The Rule Of Law

The Rule Of Law

Kudos to Judge Andrew Hanen, bête noire of the treason lobby, for being the first person to put a halt-albeit, temporarily-to Barack Obama’s most recent lawless executive action. We recommend reading Legal Insurrection’s analysis of Judge Hanen’s Temporary Injunctive Order, which includes generous excerpts, as well as a pdf file of the judge’s complete decision. Our friend...
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John Boehner Gets Tough

John Boehner Gets Tough

Sort of.  Unmannerly language aside, I doubt that the Speaker will be doing much heavy lifting in this regard. Amnesty is one mud sandwich Mr. Boehner actually enjoys eating. 
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We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Shadows

We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Shadows

The President, as usual, has made his contempt for the law plain in the most ostentatious of ways. And, as usual, the Republican leadership in Congress has demonstrated why investing hope in the GOP apparatus is a misguided effort, at best. So someone who has defied the Constitution and imperiled the lives of countless Americans...
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