Posts Tagged ‘ Los Angeles Times ’

The World According To Hillary

The World According To Hillary

One of the more fascinating aspects of California’s transformation into the politically uniform, post-caucasian, multicultural utopia so many open borders Democrats-and their unwitting Republican allies-have worked so hard to achieve is the response of the ruling class. Most impartial observers might ask whether the hundreds of billions of dollars in unfunded liabilities and public...
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Feel The Bern

If you wanted to view a cross-section of the individuals whom Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are trying to enlist in their cause, you could do worse than visit a Donald Trump rally, where the hatred and viciousness of revanchist Mexicans and Hispanic gang members-or Dreamers, as Hillary calls them-is on full display. The...
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The Pope vs. The United States

The Pope vs. The United States

  Update: C’mon, guys! You know that walls don’t work. Pope Francis, as you may have heard, visited the drug and violence-plagued city of Juarez yesterday. A place where hundreds of  women have fallen prey to the sadistic whims of Mexican drug cartels-often with the complicity of corrupt public institutions.  Leaving aside the loathsome...
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Make Way For Hillary

Make Way For Hillary

Although technically outside this website’s purview, I feel compelled to touch upon Hillary Clinton’s painfully uncomfortable press conference yesterday. You can watch it in its entirety courtesy of Fox News, but I would also suggest reading a surprisingly good analysis of the speech published, oddly enough, in the Los Angeles Times. What makes this event,...
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Standing Up For America

Standing Up For America

The week in which we commemorate our forefathers’ decision to break the shackles of British colonial domination, it’s only fitting that we read the words of one of the few genuinely patriotic members of the United States Senate. Also one of the most articulate exponents of American conservatism, Senator Sessions demonstrates once again the...
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Sanctuary For Scoundrels

Longstanding immigration reform activist and career Customs official Michael Cutler, whose tireless efforts to defend American citizens our readers well acquainted with, will be appearing later this morning on a radio program which will examine the grave threats posed by our compromised political asylum system. You’ll find all the information necessary to listen to...
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Your Government At Work

Your Government At Work

It’s not pretty.   And open borders enthusiasts wonder why the American public is reluctant to embrace this administration’s comprehensive amnesty. Endemic corruption-which predates the arrival of Barack Obama in the White House-utter contempt for Constitutional and legal limitations, and a staggering inability among enforcement agencies to perform the basic functions under its purview are merely...
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Recovering and Rebuilding

Recovering and Rebuilding

  As expected, the Senate Judiciary Committee officially rubber-stamped the Gang of Eight proposal through to the full Senate yesterday. With the assent of Mitch McConnell and other Chuck Schumer Republicans, it looks increasingly like patriotic opponents of this disastrous “reform” will have to make their stand in the House of Representatives. We will...
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May 5th (Saluting An American Pioneer)

President Obama has spent the past week trolling for votes among undocumented Democrats, purportedly as a way of strengthening historic ties between the United States and its neighbor to the south, which-as we’ve pointed out in the past-have always been a little tetchy. While the irony of issuing paeans to Mexico as a patriotic, John...
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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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