Posts Tagged ‘ New York ’

Arts & Letters

Arts & Letters

Like much of this country, the Tri-State Area is filled with people whose ancestry-however far removed-can be traced back to Ireland. Either the Irish Republic itself, or the six counties constituting Northern Ireland-including its political and symbolic center, marked by the stone inscription seen  above. Last week I partook of an evening celebrating the...
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Gang of Eight Immigration Hearings

Gang of Eight Immigration Hearings

Watch today’s testimony by Secretary Janet Napolitano. 
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Debating Amnesty

Debating Amnesty

Update: The full seven hour-long hearing is now online! Watch it here!  My live-tweet of the first part of today’s immigration hearings is online!  
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Sandy In Winter

Those of you willing and able to help can donate to the Stephen Siller Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. Occupy Sandy is still coordinating recovery efforts as well. You can find the hub of their activity here. Even as New Yorkers-as well as people throughout the country-have contributed to relief efforts, the criminal, parasitic class...
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The Department of Homeland Surrender

    One of the themes we’ve tried to impress upon our audience over the past three years is the multidimensional nature of immigration. It’s not simply a single issue among a panoply of issues that animate the cut and thrust of politics. It encompasses everything from economics to culture, including crime, education, health...
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The Forgotten Borough

The Forgotten Borough

Living in this city your entire life gives one the opportunity to experience things you would not normally encounter in any other part of the country. Many of these experiences are deeply unpleasant and disturbing, including periodic attempts, with varying degrees of success, by terrorists to blow up large sections of it, along with its inhabitants....
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Una Fraude

Una Fraude

Although many on the left have a vested interest in denying it exists at all costs, the ineluctable truth of the matter is that voter fraud is a widespread phenomenon. Whether it is so rampant that it influences the outcome of major elections, as some maintain, or has unseated incumbent congressmen in past races,...
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Comedy for a Cause

Comedy for a Cause

It’s difficult to find humor in an event as tragic and consequential as Hurricane Sandy, which left thousands of people temporarily homeless and hundreds dead from Port-au-Prince to Breezy Point. However, some local comedians, including my friend Robert George, are attempting to use the gift of humor to help out some of those whose...
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Legacy of Love

Legacy of Love

Most of you are aware of the horrific murder which took the life of independent actor and filmmaker, as well as loving wife and mother, Adrienne Shelly over six years ago. We’ve chronicled the struggle her widower Andrew Ostroy has waged in order to bring to account the negligent employers who allowed criminal alien...
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Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day

On this holiday, we would just like to extend our gratitude to all of our readers. For those of you who are still following American Rattlesnake, we give thanks. One thing we can all be thankful for is that Agent Jesus “Chito” Diaz is no longer separated from his family because of a manifestly...
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