Posts Tagged ‘ New York ’

Beating Back The Wolf

Beating Back The Wolf

  Although it’s too late to participate in the Walk To End Lupus, which will take place later today in New York City, those of you who care deeply about this issue can still contribute to the cause. One of the main ways, of course, being education and outreach. The Lupus Foundation of America is a...
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Hipsters For Libertarianism?

Hipsters For Libertarianism?

Tomorrow is the book launch for Todd Seavey’s Libertarianism for Beginners, the first review of which you read here. It will be taking place at Muchmore’s, a cool bar in Williamsburg which has been host to similar events in the past. I hope to see you all-at least, those of you in the NYC...
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The Public Trough

The Public Trough

One of the underreported benefits of open borders is its seemingly inexhaustible capacity to enable cronyism. A perfect example being the recent decision by Mayor Bill De Blasio to give a six figure salary-courtesy of New York taxpayers-to his aide’s girlfriend.
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Who’s Ready For Hypocrisy?

Who’s Ready For Hypocrisy?

  This is by far my favorite sign of the 2016 presidential race. It was held aloft by the intrepid truth-teller Gabriel Hernandez, who-along with our friends at NY ICE-crashed Hillary Clinton’s vacuous photo op at Roosevelt Island. Due to the draconian restrictions imposed by Madame Hillary’s security team, he wasn’t allowed to carry...
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La Voz De Mob

La Voz De Mob

As an addendum to Andrew Cuomo’s Dream Act reversal, we’d like to once again praise the tireless efforts of NY ICE in opposition to this deeply misguided and harmful bill. You can read the thoughts of Joanna Marzullo, who I’m sure you’re all familiar with by now, on the recent items section of her...
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Dream On

Dream On

One of the hallmarks of the open borders movement in this country, beyond its contempt for the basic concept of national sovereignty, is its overwhelming sense of entitlement. And no branch of the movement exhibits this trait more conspicuously than the media-created phenomenon known as the Dreamers, i.e., illegal immigrants who were brought to...
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Personal and Public Ethics

Personal and Public Ethics

The resignation of John Kitzhaber should come as no surprise to those of us who’ve been monitoring the career of both he and his inamorata, whose recent past includes the disclosure of immigration fraud. A revelation that dovetailed perfectly with this particular couple’s militant open borders activism, including an ACLU-endorsed campaign to invest illegal...
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Walk Out Of Darkness

Walk Out Of Darkness

I don’t often use this space for personal appeals, but feel compelled to do so today. In addition to losing my uncle, John Marmo, earlier this year to suicide, my best friend, Fiona Fort, took her life after struggling with the chronic pain of depression for most of her adult life. Even if you...
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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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Staten Island Rallies Against the NY SAFE Act

Staten Island Rallies Against the NY SAFE Act

Update: You can also read coverage of the event by the Staten Island Advance. The events of the past week have prevented us from discussing an issue dear to the hearts of many of our followers. Namely, the continuing, deliberate assault by public officials upon the intrinsic liberties of Americans. Specifically, the right to...
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