Posts Tagged ‘ National Journal ’

Not Even A Fig Leaf

Not Even A Fig Leaf

  Update: A list of the Republican senators who abandoned their constituents.  The chart above-compiled by the Federation for American Immigration Reform-illustrates how the Gang of Eight bill rewards criminality-at least, if the crimes are being perpetrated by a favored political constituency. In this case, illegal aliens. Tonight the Senate will vote upon the...
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The Last Frontier

As the Gang of Eight proceeds to railroad its scheme through Congress, aided by two of the worst Republicans to sit in the United States, and Speaker Boehner repeats bald-faced lies in order to enact the agenda of radical open borders advocates and partisan Democrats, it increasingly looks like it’ll be up to us...
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The RNC Goes Full-On Stupid

Read it for yourself, courtesy of FAIR. If there’s one thing you can always count on, it’s the Republican Party’s inability to do basic arithmetic. Naturalizing and enfranchising over ten million natural Democrats is apparently the GOP’s best idea to win over the hearts of the burgeoning electorate. Chances are they’re wrong in that...
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The Case Against Legal Immigration

The Case Against Legal Immigration

The issue of immigration-or even the mention of immigration enforcement-has been wholly neglected by the presumptive nominees of this country’s two major political parties. Even as prominent politicians find new ways in which to exploit ethnic divisions for the sake of political expediency, the perverse incentives of America’s federal immigration policies remain unaddressed. While...
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The Daily Rattle for February

The Daily Rattle for February

Today’s Daily Rattle cuts a wide swath across the political landscape, including stories about the ongoing carnage of the Mexican war against the narco cartels, some high profile endorsements of Mitt Romney by immigration enforcement advocates, and a potential reentry into the political realm by our good friend Russell Pearce. But first, we examine...
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Decision Points

Decision Points

Months of strenuous campaigning, millions of dollars in political advertising, and countless days of retail politicking will culminate in just a few hours, when a select few will decide who will be awarded the first presidential delegates of the 2012 Republican race for President of the United States. Although not always an accurate gauge...
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