Posts Tagged ‘ New York City ’

Taking it to the Streets

Taking it to the Streets

Just a reminder: NY ICE will be holding its anti-amnesty counter protest tomorrow at twelve noon! I’m sure that the New York City Council’s decision to confer legitimacy upon potential criminals, at the expense of taxpaying citizens, as well as the current administration’s latest threat to subvert the Constitution and the rule of law,...
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The Silent Majority

Update: Full coverage of May Day on The Silent Majority No More. New York ICE was out in the streets for May Day, confronting the open borders demagogues and Marxist rabble during their annual trek to Union Square. You can see a complete set of photographs from the day’s events  by viewing Nomad New...
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Stand Up For American Citizens (Anti-May Day Protest)

Stand Up For American Citizens (Anti-May Day Protest)

The treason lobby is sure to make itself heard later today in Union Square. Thankfully, members of patriotic immigration organizations like New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement will also be there to take a stand against policies like Mayor De Blasio’s plan to invest illegal aliens with breeder documents.  Show the media that...
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Undocumented New Yorkers

Undocumented New Yorkers

In addition to ridding the streets of those accursed horse-drawn carriages, i.e. rewarding campaign contributors, one of the chief priorities of the Di Blasio administration is the institution of  municipal identification cards for those beleaguered illegal aliens huddling in the shadows. This website has explored at length the reasons why this experiment is such...
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Protesting Open Borders In New York City

For an explanation of why Mayor DiBlasio’s proposal is such a terrible idea, check out this Daniel Greenfield post on FrontPagemag.com.
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The Beautiful Mosaic

More information about Huang Chen’s colorful past has been disclosed in the wake of this week’s horrific murder in Flushing, Queens. Chen, 47, was charged with murder, stalking, weapons possession and tampering with physical evidence. An undocumented Chinese immigrant, Chen had been tormenting Wu for years, apparently because the employment agency she ran with...
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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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Civic Action (Anti-Amnesty Demonstration This Saturday)

The open borders lobby hasn’t had much luck mustering impressive mobs in their national campaign to pressure lawmakers into rubber-stamping amnesty through Congress. However, that hasn’t prevented it from trying to milk publicity from public spectacles attended mostly by those who aren’t even legally entitled to vote. We’ll be seeing another anti-enforcement rally this...
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Preserving The Past, Looking To The Future

Preserving The Past, Looking To The Future

One of the overlooked gems of New York is the Queens County Farm Museum, which sits on the largest tract of undisturbed farmland in the entire city and has been in operation for over three centuries. With summer rapidly fading into fall, I thought it appropriate to take a moment to reflect upon the...
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The Great Debate

The Great Debate

Even as an American war in the Levant looms, we shouldn’t forget that the critical issue of legalizing tens of millions of aliens living in the United States-as well as increasing the flow of legal immigration to this country exponentially in coming decades-will be addressed during the tail-end of a generally lethargic session of...
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