Posts Tagged ‘ Nicaragua ’

Pence v. Kaine

Alas, I wasn’t able to watch Tuesday’s VP face-0ff. Thankfully, we can all view the debate in its entirety-including Tim Kaine’s numerous interruptions-thanks to the Internet. When Hillary selected her running-mate, most analysts were perplexed. Aside from giving her an advantage in the purplish swing state of Virginia, there didn’t seem to be much...
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We Are Breitbart (NYC Splinter Cell)

We Are Breitbart (NYC Splinter Cell)

  New York City can often feel like an alien environment for those who prize rationality and individualism over collectivist groupthink and social justice campaigns designed to distract you from the fact that public section unions and non-profits exercise a stranglehold over the decision-making process. Our mayor is a Cold War Era relic who fetishizes...
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Radio Derb: Ebola and Ezekiel

Radio Derb: Ebola and Ezekiel

The past few weeks have been filled with news of dramatic happenings throughout the globe, not the least of which is the rapidly metastasizing ebola epidemic. In order to put things into proper perspective, it’s always useful to have an intelligent, rational guide who’s not captive to multiculturalist dogma and elitist groupthink. Thankfully, the...
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The Coming Wave

The Coming Wave

Not content with simply accepting the invasion of the United States as a fait accompli, the Obama administration is now actively seeking to facilitate the erasure of American sovereignty. To that end, it’s mooting a proposal to import hundreds-perhaps thousands-of Central Americans directly from their countries of origin under the ever-nebulous designation of refugee...
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Decision Points

Decision Points

Months of strenuous campaigning, millions of dollars in political advertising, and countless days of retail politicking will culminate in just a few hours, when a select few will decide who will be awarded the first presidential delegates of the 2012 Republican race for President of the United States. Although not always an accurate gauge...
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Identity Politics

Identity Politics

I normally wouldn’t devote an entire post to mixed martial arts, especially when there are such vital issues to discuss-including the Obama administration’s continued war against the State of Arizona. The sport doesn’t particularly appeal to me as a spectator, and I’m of the opinion that if I wanted to watch men who didn’t know...
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Iranian Terror Plot

Iranian Terror Plot

I suppose I should have prefaced the title of this post with the qualifier “allegedly,” although for the sake of argument I’ll assume that the allegations contained in the Justice Department indictment are true.  There are a number of angles from which this story can be approached, and many of them have already been...
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None Dare Call It Amnesty

None Dare Call It Amnesty

The United States Congress is once again at work trying to provide amnesty for hundreds of thousands of aliens living in the United States. The current crop of potential Powerball winners happen to come from Pakistan, and would benefit from the extension of Temporary Protected Status.
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Criminal Immunity

Criminal Immunity

At that increasingly common intersection of the 2nd Amendment and immigration reform we have a story about a man on Long Island arrested for shooting  alleged members of MS-13. Now, I’m not as interested in the claim that these particular individuals were members of Mara Salvatrucha-an extremely violent street gang that originated in Los...
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Borders For Me, But Not For Thee

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Most people think a nation has the right to maintain control of its borders without foreign interference.
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