Posts Tagged ‘ immigration ’

Tax Schemes

Over a month has passed since the tax man pocketed his cut of your earnings, and the manifold ways in which our government wastes your money proceeds apace. However, one of the most egregious manipulations of a lobbyist-written, incomprehensible, ever-expanding tax code  has recently been revealed by Indianapolis station WTHR-TV. It pertains to the abuse...
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The Case Against (Legal) Immigration

Update: My full live-tweet of David North’s speech is up.  Find it here.  Tomorrow night David North, of the Center for Immigration Studies, will deliver the last in a series of lectures sponsored by the Center for Immigration Studies and hosted by the Penn Club. With any luck I’ll be able to cover his...
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Working Americans

Working Americans

Tomorrow afternoon a job fair will take place inside the Jacob Javits Center. Although routine by most standards-there have been numerous job fairs held in the Tri-State Area throughout the recession and prolonged, anemic economic recovery-one unusual aspect of the upcoming event is that it will be covered by WABC’s resident open borders advocate,...
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Stay Tuned

Update: Today’s quasi-eventful live-tweet is up. I’ll have a full photo-essay in the coming days.  As I mentioned in the activism tab, I’ll be documenting all the May Day festivities tomorrow-including any random undocumented citizen sightings. I’ll be tweeting sporadically, but until then content yourself with the news that California continues to sink into...
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Pork Barrel Immigration

Last month we learned about the attempt by Scott Brown and Chuck Schumer  to exploit the E-3 Visa program for the benefit of Irish nationals-but mostly in order to harvest Irish-American votes. Now, our good friend Roy Beck explains just why this is such a bad, and implicitly racist, idea to CNN.
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Swimming Upstream

Swimming Upstream

That, of course, is Roy Beck, the founder and executive director of Numbers USA, which-as I’m sure my readers are well aware-is the single most effective grassroots organization lobbying on Capitol Hill for immigration enforcement. I had the pleasure of listening to a fascinating address he delivered at the Penn Club in Manhattan last...
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The New Normans

Our good friend Pat Condell explains once again how the deliberate policy of ethnic cleansing pursued by the British elite throughout the 1990s has led to its domestic terror problem, which is so pervasive that it has earned England’s capital a less than flattering sobriquet. Unfortunately, the horrifying policies enacted by the government of the...
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Par for the Course

  It seems as if the Democratic Party has found a useful cudgel in its campaign to vilify the Republican Party during this tumultuous election season. Namely, the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. Putting aside the dubious constitutionality of this statute-parts of which have already been invalidated by federal courts-and the inherently...
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They Come To America

They Come To America

One of the best films to portray the deteriorating condition of our nation’s southern border with Mexico is the aptly-named Border. Directed by Chris Burgard, an actor and producer I  had the pleasure of meeting at a film screening at the Helen Mills Theater held several years ago to benefit then-imprisoned Border Patrol agents...
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Dirty Work

Dirty Work

It’s often said that even the most hearty carnivore would never want to watch sausage being made, so unappetizing is the process involved; this hoary cliche illustrates a fundamental truth. Namely, that even the most prized end products must undergo an unappealing transformation in order to attain their final, desired state. The legislative process...
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