Posts Tagged ‘ James Sensenbrenner ’

Border Insecurity

The House Oversight Subcommittee on National Security held hearings on the glaring failure of the Obama administration to secure this nation’s borders and the dysfunctional nature of the Department of Homeland Security under Janet Napolitano’s leadership last month. You can hear Chairman Chaffetz’s opening remarks beginning at the 3:20 mark.  This is must-see viewing...
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Putting New Lipstick On An Old Pig

It turns out that this the arguments marshaled in favor of today’s amnesty are nothing new. But we already knew that, didn’t we? Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.  
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Flout All The Laws!

With Senator John Cornyn now calling upon Eric Holder to resign, and a contempt citation in the offing, the chorus of voices demanding accountability from Barack Obama’s Department of Justice seems to have reached a critical mass. At the very least,  it has caused the current Attorney General to yield to Chairman Darrell Issa in at...
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Rahmbo’s Latino Problem

Rahmbo’s Latino Problem

An interesting story in yesterday’s Christian Science Monitor looks at the electoral prospects of former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, who is looking to to succeed long-time Chicago mayor and political boss Richard Daley.
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The New American Way

The New American Way

One of the freedoms we cherish as American citizens is the right, enshrined in our Constitution, to peaceably assemble and express our opinions, ideas, and complaints. However, what happens when that right becomes an excuse to obstruct, delay and impede the lives of other citizens? Usually this isn’t a problem in New York City,...
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