Posts Tagged ‘ Mexico ’

Americans Need Not Apply

Americans Need Not Apply

In addition to growing stratification and inequality, declining quality of life for its residents-to the point of making some metropolises wholly unlivable-and the unavoidable aspect of separate and unequal enforcement of the law, one of the benefits of America’s embrace of open borders immigration policy is the increasing acceptance of institutionalized discrimination. At least,...
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Honoring Brian Terry

Honoring Brian Terry

 Brian Terry’s birthday. If he had not been cut down by bullets provided to a Mexican drug cartel by his own government, Agent Brian Terry would have celebrated his forty-third year on the planet this past Sunday. Unlike the members of this administration and its Justice Department, he exemplified honor and faithfulness to the...
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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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The DREAM Factory

The DREAM Factory

This film sounds so delightfully atrocious that we’re moderately interested in seeing just how bad the final product is, should it come to fruition. Much like La Misma Luna, the protagonist of this feature is a beleaguered yet ambitious DREAMer. Who better to tug on the heart strings of credulous cineastes as Congress attempts...
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House Hearing on Dreamers

House Hearing on Dreamers

Update: Five questions which won’t be asked at these hearings, courtesy of Heritage. Watch it live! Trey Gowdy opening up with lament for the “undocumented.”
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Tune in to the David Webb Show! (10 PM)

Update: Radio being the tumultuous medium that it is, the interview has been rescheduled to next Thursday! Tune in then to discover more about how you can help slow the political momentum behind Congress’s push for amnesty, and perhaps reduce this country’s collective BMI as a result. 
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Shining A Light

Shining A Light

In between its Fourth of July break and its month-long recess in August, the unyielding worker bees in Congress will try to shepherd one of the most ill-conceived, potentially disastrous pieces of legislation into law. I’m speaking, of course, about the Gang of Eight travesty. During the Senate’s abbreviated debate on the bill there...
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Independence Day 2013

Independence Day 2013

Today marks the 257th anniversary of the day when the Declaration of Independence was finalized and officially published. On a day when we celebrate the founding of a unique experiment in self-governance, it’s only appropriate that we examine how far we have strayed from the ideals that animated our unique republic’s founding. From the...
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Old Glory

Old Glory

We mark the official commemoration of the date, 236 years ago today, when the flag Americans-although not all who live in this country-currently salute was adopted by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. One of the ways of honoring our flag is by defending the values it represents, and we can think of no...
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Staten Island Rallies Against the NY SAFE Act

Staten Island Rallies Against the NY SAFE Act

Update: You can also read coverage of the event by the Staten Island Advance. The events of the past week have prevented us from discussing an issue dear to the hearts of many of our followers. Namely, the continuing, deliberate assault by public officials upon the intrinsic liberties of Americans. Specifically, the right to...
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