Posts Tagged ‘ Nancy Pelosi ’

The Two Faces Of Harry Reid

The Two Faces Of Harry Reid

Lest you think the open borders dogmatists who dictate Democratic Party policy on immigration have always been so adamantly opposed to the interests of Americans, Mark Levin explains how shifting demographics-along with the moral bankruptcy at the heart of the institutional left-forced the current Senate Majority Leader’s hand.  One former Democrat who has held...
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Knowledge Is Power

Now that the worrisome Beltway angst over the debt ceiling and government shutdown has subsided, it’s time to focus on the President’s chief goal for the remainder of his term. Namely, legalizing and enfranchising tens of millions of illegal aliens. It’s quite remarkable how determined the open borders left-as well as its allies in...
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Relentless

You have to give the open borders lobby some credit. While the mainstream media gins up hysteria over an inconsequential government shutdown, the amnesty boosters are busy positioning their creatures on Capitol Hill to railroad the Gang of Eight monstrosity through Congress, once it resumes its legislative calendar.  Politico has details of the latest...
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John Boehner (Invertebrate-Ohio)

John Boehner (Invertebrate-Ohio)

What a shocker. You’re sadly mistaken, Mr. Speaker. This debate-such as it is-is all about you. It’s about your fecklessness, your inability to stand up for principled conservatism-or principled anything, for that matter-and your consistent willingness to screw over ordinary Americans in order to placate corporate donors. A substantial part of your own caucus...
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A Legendary Voice Signs Off

This weekend saw the passing of yet another radio icon. For those of you who may not be from New York, or are not regular listeners of WABC, the name Lynn Samuels might not ring a bell. However, for those of us who were avid talk radio listeners during 77 WABC’s golden age she...
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Caravan of Peace (NORPAC Heads To The Capital)

Caravan of Peace (NORPAC Heads To The Capital)

On Wednesday, smack in the middle of a working week, 1200 of us from the Northeast flew, drove or were bussed into Washington DC to strengthen the congressional commitment to help sustain Israel in this difficult time, amid the embroilment of so many Islamic Middle Eastern and North African states.
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Year In Review

Year In Review

As we mark the end of the old year and the beginning of something new, it’s wise to take a step back and assess the accomplishments and setbacks of our movement. 2010 was probably the most significant year in terms of advancing the debate over immigration enforcement within the body politic of this country...
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Post-Election Analysis

I’ll keep it brief-delving a bit deeper as the complete results from yesterday’s races shake out-but here are some initial thoughts on what transpired on Election Day.
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Decision 2010: Reversal Of Fortune

Decision 2010: Reversal Of Fortune

From the liberal, online news site The Independent comes word of a surprising reversal by the national anti-illegal alien political action committee known as ALIPAC, which has decided to retract its endorsements of two prominent, blue dog Democrats who have been vocal in their support of tough immigration enforcement measures.
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