Posts Tagged ‘ New York Times ’

Going Rogue

Going Rogue

The details, however nebulous they may be at the moment, of the President’s imminent evisceration of immigration law have now become public. First reported by Fox News, republished by the New York Times, the scope of his latest Executive amnesty could encompass anywhere between 3 and 7 million illegal aliens, most of whom would...
Read More »

Remembering The Departed

Remembering The Departed

Today is All Souls’ Day, when we pray for the deceased, particularly those close to us-family and friends-who’ve passed. It also marks the fourth annual National Day of Remembrance for the those who have lost their lives at the hands of illegal aliens. From New York’s own Adrienne Shelly to the young scholar-athlete Jamiel...
Read More »

Anti-social Media (Seavey and Perry Discuss Proper Netiquette)

Anti-social Media (Seavey and Perry Discuss Proper Netiquette)

What better way to celebrate Halloween than listening to the latest podcast of Seavey and Perry on Culture, which explores the terrifying contemporary phenomenon known as Facebook?! In addition to plumbing the depths of social media, we also tackle Michael Keaton’s latest attempt to recapture his 1980s box office mojo, as well as the...
Read More »

Fates Worse Than Ebola

Fates Worse Than Ebola

Update: The passenger from Lagos who died on an Arik Air flight to New York recently suffered from cardiac arrest, and is not believed to have contracted Ebola, according to the CDC.  The public face of the Ebola epidemic, now that Thomas Eric Duncan has expired, is unquestionably Thomas Frieden, the current head of...
Read More »

A Gruesome Crime

A Gruesome Crime

Many of you will remember this site’s description of El Narco, a wonderfully illuminating and disturbing look into the world of the transnational cartels which have embedded themselves within Mexican society written by British investigative journalist Ioan Grillo. Mr. Grillo has just published an insightful op-ed, in the New York Times that explores the grisly...
Read More »

Celebrating Constitution Week

Celebrating Constitution Week

Constitution Week, 9/13/14 Bitfire Inc. 320 West 37th Street Suite 600 New York, NY  10018 The political impact of the Tea Party is a subject which has been debated ceaselessly over the course of the past six years. Even as it has made tremendous strides in mobilizing public opposition to disastrous statist manipulations of...
Read More »

Immigration Reform Theater

Immigration Reform Theater

Marketwatch clues us in.  It’s unequivocally good news for investors: More immigration equals cheaper labor, whether that’s provided for picking corn or processing computer code, with a possible rise in aggregate demand to boot.  It’s likely good for the broader economy, though the benefits flow mostly to the rich. In a study that the White...
Read More »

The Gray Lady Shows Her Slip

The Gray Lady Shows Her Slip

  Followers of this website need not be reminded of the baleful influence the New York Times has had upon immigration policy debates for the better part of five decades. However, the recent flurry of extraconstitutional edicts promulgated by the Obama administration regarding this subject has led its editorial board to engage in even...
Read More »

New Yorkers Win!

New Yorkers Win!

We don’t often have cause to celebrate the actions of the New York State Senate, but our legislators made a wise decision yesterday by rejecting the Dream Act. Congratulations to the Republican majority, as well as the two courageous Democrats who rejected what was almost certainly intense pressure to truckle to the demands of...
Read More »

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...
Read More »



Analysis