Posts Tagged ‘ MRC ’

Fast and Furious Spin

Fast and Furious Spin

Well, it turns out that the “blockbuster” Fortune Magazine piece defaming ATF whistleblower John Dodson, while simultaneously exculpating the architects of Fast and Furious within the Obama administration from blame, was a pack of lies.  Try to contain your shock. It would seem that the statuary above was meant to depict the members of...
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Castro For President?

Castro For President?

Tonight marks the beginning of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. The nomination of Barack Obama for President by the Democratic Party is a forgone conclusion, and that this convocation is being chaired by epic failure Antonio Villagraigosa, a.k.a. Tony Villar, is a matter of public record. 
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Long Island Loses

Long Island Loses

It turns out that Arizonans aren’t the only ones concerned about the avalanche of illegal aliens and low-wage, unskilled immigration to the United States. In fact, residents of East Hampton have gradually but inexorably begun to resist the tide of day laborers and foreign workers living in their midst. As I’ve spotlighted recently on...
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Shadow Catcher

  National Public Radio is, almost without exception, a black hole when it comes to obtaining accurate, reliable information and analysis about immigration. Half of the on-air talent could be executed by members of MS-13, and the following day’s headline on NPR would probably be “Aggrieved Undocumented Migrants Exact Misdirected Revenge Against Jan Brewer.”...
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What Breitbart Left Behind

What Breitbart Left Behind

When Andrew Breitbart died unexpectedly at the beginning of this month he left a void, not only in the conservative movement but in our national political discourse, which is too often characterized by trite cliches and predigested sound bites. Breitbart not only challenged the assumptions of media talking heads, but often changed how mainstream...
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Samizdat Takes The Hudson

Samizdat Takes The Hudson

Because they dissemble, selectively omit, distort, and propagandize time and time, and time, again. Personally, I love this billboard, and have always agreed with our good friend William McGowan, re: lamentable tendencies among the mainstream press corps, especially regarding the issue of national sovereignty. However, I’m acutely aware that my political philosophy falls well outside the norm...
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Breitbart Is Here

Breitbart Is Here

Later tonight I’ll be joining some friends in Manhattan to celebrate the life and work of Andrew Breitbart.  However, there’s a way for those who can’t make it to this event-either because of distance or prior commitments-to commemorate his legacy while ensuring that his vision is exposed to future generations. To that end, BigFurHat,...
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Remembering Breitbart

Remembering Breitbart

A man dying in the prime of his life, even as he was ascending to the summit of his vocation, is something that rarely occurs in this country. Even my paternal grandfather, and his son, i.e. my own father, whose lives were tragically cut short by bad genes-as well some unwise personal decisions-lived long...
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The Daily Rattle (2011 New Year’s Edition)

The Daily Rattle (2011 New Year’s Edition)

Our last Rattle of 2011 runs the gamut, all the way from an immigration enforcement success in Pennsylvania to a disappointing judicial setback in South Carolina. However, we begin the final roundup of the year with a must-read essay in The American Conservative by W. James Antle III. It looks at the immigration scorecard...
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Reality Based Debate

Now that criticizing anyone in the Obama administration accused of malfeasance, gross negligence, and actions indirectly leading to the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans, among others, is incontrovertibly racist, I suppose it’s a good time to look at why we never see an honest examination of the immigration issue in the mainstream media. Thankfully,...
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