Posts Tagged ‘ Michael Cutler ’

Mike Cutler: Still Serving His Country

Mike Cutler: Still Serving His Country

One of the most forthright, resonant voices in the current immigration debate is that of former INS agent and Customs official Michael Cutler. A man with firsthand experience in thwarting attempted terrorist attacks and securing our nation’s borders, Mr. Cutler brings his wealth of experience in confronting threats to our nation to bear  against...
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Defying Common Sense

Defying Common Sense

One of the most troubling aspects of our federal government’s misguided immigration policy has little to do with illegal aliens. It involves the type of people that we allow into this country on a legal basis, and I can think of no more compelling argument for reassessing  our priorities in this regard than the case of Khalid Ali-M...
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Stalking Horse

Stalking Horse

Michael Cutler, an immigration enforcement activist who worked for decades as a federal government employee protecting our nation’s security-including helping to thwart a terrorist plot by the Japanese Red Army-has a fantastic essay today explaining in detail just why the DREAM Act is the thin wedge of a much larger amnesty.
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Cheap Tactics and Misplaced Priorities

Cheap Tactics and Misplaced Priorities

If patriotism was the last refuge of a scoundrel in 18th century Britain, as writer Samuel Johnson seemed to believe, then the modern-day sanctuary-at least, in contemporary America-is open borders advocacy disguised as anti-racism. An emblematic representative of this tawdry defense mechanism can be found in the form of Darlene Kataan, the spokeswoman for...
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