Posts Tagged ‘ Mark Krikorian ’

Two Americans (The Case Against Joe Arpaio)

Two Americans (The Case Against Joe Arpaio)

With the United States Senate rushing headlong into its rendezvous with destiny, i.e. deconstructing what remains of this nation’s anemic and beleaguered economy, and the U.S. House following suit, it  seems appropriate to examine cui bono from these developments. Obviously not American citizens, beyond Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and the politicians who’ll be handsomely...
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Voice of Reason

Voice of Reason

The drive to foist  a pathway to citizenship, i.e. wholesale amnesty, upon a reluctant American public is accelerating at a meteoric rate. From the attempts by this nation’s court stenographers to neuter our language, to the efforts at manipulating public opinion, to the customary maneuvers by Congress to preclude debate of one of the most...
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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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Obama v. America

Obama v. America

If you thought Hilda Solis was bad for American workers-and she was-then wait until you see who Barack Obama has tapped to replace her as the next head of the Department of Labor. Oh-so-mainstream Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez, a man that has devoted a large portion of his career to empowering illegal aliens served by...
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Mr. Morton Goes To Congress

Mr. Morton Goes To Congress

And proudly declares that his job is to serve the political interests of this administration, and facilitate the legalization of millions of illegal aliens. You thought it was to enforce immigration law? Silly you! No wonder the people working beneath him have no confidence in their boss. The ostensible purpose behind the testimony of John Morton, as well...
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One Voice

One Voice

One of the inerrant truths of our time is that if a bad idea exists, the New York Times is certain to endorse it without reservation. Conversely, if a good idea is percolating in the public consciousness, the editors at the Old Gray Lady will inveigh against it to their newspaper’s last barrel of...
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Rerun

Rerun

One of the most frustrating aspects of the debate over illegal immigration is the inescapable sense that we’re watching the performance of an ever-recurring, yet interminable and tedious, play. The proponents of amnesty regurgitate a series of formulaic talking points that we’ve become inured to, beginning with the specious assertion that “we’re not going...
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Looking Forward

Looking Forward

Lest you be discouraged, there is hope for the future! Barack Obama’s pointless regurgitation of shopworn soundbites notwithstanding. Hat tip: Joanna Marzullo of New York Ice.
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Labor Pains

Labor Pains

With the resignation of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, it’s instructive to take a brief look over the Obama administration’s  labor policy priorities these past four years. Although the prime objectives of organized labor, such as the enactment of card check legislation, never saw the light of day during President Obama’s first term, labor unions...
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DREAMland

One of the unfortunate developments of 2012 was the continued usurpation of the legislative process by a president intent upon pursuing his personal political objectives, even if doing so meant evading the constitutional separation of powers. In addition to the broad administrative amnesty initiated by ICE in 2011, the last year of the Obama...
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