Posts Tagged ‘ North Carolina ’

Speaking Truth To Power

Speaking Truth To Power

To the surprise of no one, the reporters, editors and publishers whose revolting fealty to Hillary Clinton, exposed in excruciating detail through Wikileaks, resulted in an historic loss for the Democratic Party have learned nothing from Tuesday’s Trumpslide. Instead of reflecting upon how media institutions rigging the primary process against Bernie Sanders, then conducting an...
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The Decline of Western Civilization

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Charlotte riots-and despite media social conditioning, that’s precisely what they are-is how unsurprising this reaction is. Whether it’s a clear cut case of police brutality/excessive force against an innocent civilian, or an example of a law enforcement officer defending his life in the face of lethal...
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Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

I had the dubious honor of being invited to participate in Good Morning America’s first presidential town hall Monday morning, featuring Senator Cruz and his wife Heidi. Although I did not learn anything new, the experience did reaffirm some preexisting beliefs about both the news media-particularly, the way it frames narratives-as well as Ted...
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Super Duper Tuesday

Super Duper Tuesday

Update: Harry Enten, of FiveThirtyEight, sums up the confusion on the Republican side of the aisle.  Interesting analysis of the Ohio vote by Tim Carney. HRC aiming for a clean sweep.  Kasich has won Ohio, according to CNN and Fox News.  The Rubio presidential campaign, to all intents and purposes, is over.  Kasich is...
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Mapping Dysfunction

  One of the most useful methods for understanding our current immigration crisis is looking at the cumulative effect of our government’s endorsement, both tacit and explicit, of illegal immigration. The Center for Immigration Studies has developed a handy tool that helps individual citizens do this. Namely, their sanctuary cities map.
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Voting For Change

Voting For Change

These past few weeks have been good ones for immigration patriots throughout the nation. From Governor Pat McCrory’s decision to punish sanctuary cities in the state of North Carolina, to Governor Greg Abbott’s decision to withhold state funding from sheriffs who adopt similar policies in Texas, we have seen a dawning recognition among some...
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American Lives Matter

American Lives Matter

Finally, a dose of good news in what’s been an otherwise grim year for those of us looking for signs of sanity among this nation’s public officials. Kudos to ALIPAC, as well as other immigration enforcement and reform activists in the Tar Heel State, for pressuring North Carolinian legislators to do the right thing!
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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...
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No Rest For The Wicked

No Rest For The Wicked

The  Boehner-Cantor campaign to enroll new Democratic voters has not slowed, contrary to misleading reports by political talking heads and pernicious media organs. Roll Call has the entire story for you to peruse, hopefully right before you start hectoring your ostensible representatives this coming week. The failure of anti-amnesty Republican contenders in the latest...
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Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

As the White House contemplates an expansion of its constitutionally dubious administrative amnesty, it’s worth taking a look at how the treason lobby’s Republican accomplices are dealing with the public’s repudiation of their most cherished legislative priority, i.e. opening the spigot to an endless stream of cheap, imported labor. A particularly revealing exchange happened...
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