Posts Tagged ‘ Numbers USA ’

Unpleasant Truths (Europe Under Siege)

  The aftermath of the jihadist assault in Brussels has been filled with familiar scenes. From the puerile and utterly beside the point reactions of locals-rightly ridiculed by Gavin McInnes when seen on the streets of Paris in the wake of the Bataclan massacre-to the predictable, almost immediate trend pieces decrying a non-existent anti-Muslim...
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No Mas

No Mas

This must displease those at the editorial board of the paper which commissioned this poll, but facts are stubborn things. It turns out that the majority of Americans do not want to be inundated with Muslim refugees from Syria. Perhaps these respondents have noticed the way  these uninvited guests have caused previously thriving European...
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The Final GOP Debates

The Final GOP Debates

Update: You can find Roy Beck’s thoughts on last night’s encounter here. Of the year, that is. For those of you who weren’t able to watch the full 3 hour-long extravaganza, including the preliminary “kiddie” debate, I suggest skimming the fantastic coverage provided by Numbers USA on its Twitter account, which-as usual-got to the...
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Final Appeal

  The federal judiciary has yet to issue a definitive ruling on the legality of DAPA, however the Obama administration took one of the final steps in the appeals process this week. As Numbers USA reports, the White House has officially submitted a petition for its case to be heard before the Supreme Court,...
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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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Politifact and Fiction (The Race for the White House)

Politifact and Fiction (The Race for the White House)

Even as grossly overpaid journalists focus upon the theatrics of the upcoming presidential race, barely eclipsing the work of professional Mexican Jorge Ramos, there are citizens doing yeoman’s work dissecting the actual positions of leading candidates on issues of consequence.
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Shifting The Debate (The Race for the White House)

Shifting The Debate (The Race for the White House)

Numbers USA, as usual, had the most insightful analysis of last night’s Republican primary debates, including a fantastic live-tweet of the evening’s undercard. Today, Roy Beck has a fascinating post mortem which you should read.
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2016: The Race Begins

2016: The Race Begins

Numbers USA’s live-blog of the GOP undercard is up!  To the extent that Fox’s traditionally timid-at least, so far as immigration matters are concerned-news anchors are willing to broach the subject that’s on everyone’s mind, tomorrow’s main event should be worth watching.
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South of the Border

South of the Border

To the surprise of very few, the Associated Press reports that over an 8 month period Mexico deported more Central Americans than the United States. Take particular note of this passage:  In most cases, Mexico holds migrants only long enough to verify their nationalities, and quickly bundles them aboard buses to take them back to...
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DAPA Delayed

DAPA Delayed

  The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied the Obama administration’s request to proceed with the DAPA program,  its unconstitutional usurpation of immigration law issued last November. The ruling isn’t a declarative verdict on the substance of the President’s latest dubious executive action so much as a refusal to give this White House the...
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