Posts Tagged ‘ NAACP ’

American Civil Rights

American Civil Rights

  Today is the federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., a man whose surviving relatives continue to debate his legacy. So it’s only natural that the public would be curious about what MLK Jr. would think about one of the defining issues of our time, i.e. immigration.
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Questions Begging For Answers

The answer is simple, it won’t. In fact, the structure of Obamacare rewards employers who fire their American workers in order to hire newly naturalized, i.e. amnestied, immigrants. While the people who need help the least will benefit the most should amnesty become law, those who are already struggling to survive in this distressed...
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Hating Breitbart

Hating Breitbart

It’s been over a year since we lost Andrew Breitbart, although it seems much longer, and his departure is just as piercing today, as we confront an administration unencumbered by the rule of law, overseen by a politically neutered Congress, and whose actions are facilitated by a press whose slavish devotion to the left’s...
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Voting Rights and Wrongs

Voting Rights and Wrongs

“Martyrs” — That was one of the many signs on display during an NAACP and SEIU-sponsored rally that took place this weekend  in opposition to David and Charles Koch, CEO and Executive Vice-President, respectively, of Koch Industries and universal left wing hobgoblins. The ostensible reason for the demonstration was the brothers’ contributions to the American Legislative Exchange Council,...
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Activism Alert (Counter the SEIU in Manhattan)

It seems like the attack upon sensible, common sence voter ID requirements continues apace. John Fund has written extensively and incisively on the concerted effort by the left to thwart any attempt at improving voter verification, which includes activism aimed at intimidating lawmakers into accepting their skewed version of reality. One of the chief goals of this campaign is...
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Underdogs We Believe In (2010 Congress Watch)

Underdogs We Believe In (2010 Congress Watch)

We continue our election series today with a closer examination of yet another congressional race that might have escaped public notice-even among voters in the congressional district in which it’s taking place-were it not for the anti-incumbent wave currently surging over the country. 
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