Posts Tagged ‘ L.A. Daily News ’

Californians for Sensible Immigration (Remember 1986)

Californians for Sensible Immigration (Remember 1986)

Today is a huge day, with many important events occurring throughout the country. In addition to Tea Party-led protests against the recently uncovered pattern of maliciously partisan actions by the IRS, today is National Press Day. Sponsored by Remember 1986, an organization dedicated to stopping our government from repeating the mistakes of the past, the...
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Charitable At Your Expense

Charitable At Your Expense

One of the worst aspects of our immigration system is that it provides perverse incentives to the worst people. From the Chinese-owned law firms that facilitate Chinese immigration through fraudulent asylum applications-a crime so pervasive that even nonpartisan academics acknowledge it to be ubiquitous in nature-to the industry-not my words-of birth tourism, to the...
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The Daily Rattle for February

The Daily Rattle for February

Today’s Daily Rattle cuts a wide swath across the political landscape, including stories about the ongoing carnage of the Mexican war against the narco cartels, some high profile endorsements of Mitt Romney by immigration enforcement advocates, and a potential reentry into the political realm by our good friend Russell Pearce. But first, we examine...
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Grito De Dolores!

Grito De Dolores!

For those of you unfamiliar with the contemporary history of Mexico, the title of this post is drawn from the battle cry uttered by the man whose likeness you see in the picture above. Miguel Hidalgo y Castilla, a Roman Catholic priest, issued his call to arms in 1810,
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Gatecrashers And Hollywood Double Standards

Gatecrashers And Hollywood Double Standards

Doug McIntyre, whose nationally syndicated radio show Red Eye is one of my favorite late night diversions, has written a brilliant column exposing the hypocrisy of the Los Angeles entertainment community and their supporters within the California state legislature.
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