Posts Tagged ‘ New Jersey ’

Matt Brandenburgh: Hitchhiker, Filmmaker, Libertarian

Matt Brandenburgh: Hitchhiker, Filmmaker, Libertarian

The man behind Seavey/Perry finally steps out from the shadows and talks about his adventures across this fair land. Check it out! Also, like our Facebook page, Seavey/Perry on Culture!
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SR 61 (Action Alert)

SR 61 (Action Alert)

Gayle Kesselman, our good friend from New Jersey Citizens for Immigration Control, has information about an upcoming hearing in New Jersey aimed at pressuring Congress to enact amnesty which will be taking place this Monday.
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The Battle for the Soul of the GOP

The Battle for the Soul of the GOP

Yesterday saw a lively debate between the two main candidates for the Republican Party nomination in New Jersey’s Third Congressional District. New Jersey Public Television broadcast the event live, but you can watch it for yourself on NJPT’s website, which I urge you to do. Steve Lonegan is one of the few figures in...
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Take Action This Monday (New Jersey Amnesty Effort)

There’s action in the Garden State, home of open borders, Bridgegate ringmaster Chris Christie, pertaining to immigration. We’ll let Gayle Kesselman, of New Jersey Citizens for Immigration Control, fill you in on the details: 
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Blue Collar Woes

Blue Collar Woes

Most of you are probably aware of Governor Christie’s decision to reward illegal aliens yet again by signing a statewide DREAM Act into law, although this has obviously been overshadowed in recent days by another prominent news item revolving around the governor of the Garden State. Although there’s no link between Bridgegate and the...
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Setting The Record Straight

Setting The Record Straight

The actual deportation numbers for this administration are, as anyone who has been paying attention to this issue in even the most cursory manner, appalling. Federale has an incisive post exploring just one of many grossly misleading media puff pieces extolling the benefits of President Obama’s latest unconstitutional administrative amnesty, which I recommend reading....
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Reckless Legislating

The open borders lobby, flush with success after its victory in the Mexifornia legislature, as well as the nation’s capital, is attempting to expand its dominion over American citizens in the Garden State. The legislative push to give illegal aliens driver’s licenses, under the mistaken presumption that criminals will behave lawfully once sanctioned by...
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After The Storm

 This week marks the first anniversary of one of the most devastating natural disasters to hit New York City in recent memory. Although we at American Rattlesnake attempted to connect concerned readers with local charities and recovery organizations assisting victims of Hurricane Sandy last November, the impact of this storm overwhelmed the capacity of...
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New Jersey Senate Election

By county.  And here is the roll call of the Senate-approved budget deal which raises the debt ceiling for the remainder of this year. The two are related, albeit indirectly. Although the postmortems of this race are not yet in, it should be noted that Mr. Lonegan exceeded the expectations of almost every prominent political...
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Vote For Change (New Jersey Senate Election)

Vote For Change (New Jersey Senate Election)

Tomorrow’s special election in New Jersey presents a unique opportunity to voters of the Garden State. They have the chance to vote for a conservative libertarian who is not an open borders apologist. The polar opposite of the typical milquetoast, New Jersey Republican, a la Christine Todd Whitman, Lonegan’s record of  concrete accomplishments stands...
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