Posts Tagged ‘ Mexico ’

Penny Pinching

Penny Pinching

If there’s one thing this administration is proficient at, it’s squandering the hard-earned wealth of its subjects. Sorry, its citizens. A perfect illustration of the contempt Barack Obama and his flunkies have for the American people is the newest budget request intended to “deal with” the flood of Central Americans gushing over our southern...
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Unaccompanied Minors: The Real Deal

  Rep. Steve King, once again, puts things into perspective.
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The Daily Rattle: Children’s Crusade Edition

The Daily Rattle: Children’s Crusade Edition

The mendacity of our current administration is at times stunning, even for those of us who should by now have become inured to the lies regurgitated by the Obama administration and its factotums for the better part of two terms. The disavowals by La Raza graduate Cecilia Munoz and village idiot Joe Biden notwithstanding,...
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Setting The Record Straight

Setting The Record Straight

In spite of the glaringly misleading media reports about the ongoing crisis along the Mexican-American border, there are some people who are willing to accurately explain what is happening, i.e. a conscious effort on the part of the Obama administration to do away with our southern border. Jeff Sessions lays it out in an...
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Immigration Reform Theater

Immigration Reform Theater

Marketwatch clues us in.  It’s unequivocally good news for investors: More immigration equals cheaper labor, whether that’s provided for picking corn or processing computer code, with a possible rise in aggregate demand to boot.  It’s likely good for the broader economy, though the benefits flow mostly to the rich. In a study that the White...
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Cinco De Mayo

Cinco De Mayo

The People’s Cube puts today’s celebration into perspective. Rest in Peace,  Sgt. Jose Guerena Ortiz.
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Texas Independence

Texas Independence

Monday marked the 178th anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, the decisive military engagement of the Texas Revolution, which ensured the defeat of General Santa Anna’s armies and the independence of what would become, in time, the Lone Star State. Although not the only revolt against the central government’s negation of federalism  within Mexico,...
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La Bestia

La Bestia

One of the overlooked aspects of this country’s problem dealing with illegal aliens is the subset of this population which comes from Central America, often at great risk to life and limb. The treacherous route these migrants take  north relies upon a network of freight trains known as La Bestia, (The Beast), or El...
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Border Security

  To put things into perspective, there have been repeated incursions by ostensible members of the Mexican military since 2006, many of which have been linked to powerful drug cartels. Which begs the question, what’s being done  by the Mexican state to curb the aggression of Mexico’s uniformed officers? The answer, sadly, is not...
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Coulter vs. Kaus at CPAC

Coulter vs. Kaus at CPAC

It turns out that the Coulter-Kaus debate was broadcast on one of  C-SPAN’s many outlets yesterday, despite the unofficial CPAC ban on discussion of the most important domestic political issue. You can watch the full debate here. In addition to covering the political costs of amnesty and the legally and constitutionally dubious nature of...
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