Posts Tagged ‘ redstate.com ’

Chutzpah

Chutzpah

As if installing a Democratic Party fundraiser with virtually no experience in enforcing immigration law-and no interest in doing so in the future-as the head of the Department of Homeland Security weren’t enough, the U.S. Senate is now poised to confirm a nominee who is under the cloud of an investigation by the inspector...
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Meet The New Boss

Meet The New Boss

Here’s the roll call vote confirming Jeh Johnson as the next Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. There are a number of interesting inferences that can be made from the “nay” side of the ledger, which constituted a little over a third of the Republican Conference. While some of the votes  don’t require...
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Through The Looking Glass

Through The Looking Glass

While most of us would see intense wealth stratification, large pockets of third world poverty, and cratering academic achievement as poor indicators of future prosperity, the governor of the nation’s largest state begs to differ.  Asked on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” about two negative indicators — the state’s nation-high poverty rate and the large...
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Knowledge Is Power

Now that the worrisome Beltway angst over the debt ceiling and government shutdown has subsided, it’s time to focus on the President’s chief goal for the remainder of his term. Namely, legalizing and enfranchising tens of millions of illegal aliens. It’s quite remarkable how determined the open borders left-as well as its allies in...
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Recovering and Rebuilding

Recovering and Rebuilding

  As expected, the Senate Judiciary Committee officially rubber-stamped the Gang of Eight proposal through to the full Senate yesterday. With the assent of Mitch McConnell and other Chuck Schumer Republicans, it looks increasingly like patriotic opponents of this disastrous “reform” will have to make their stand in the House of Representatives. We will...
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Rebutting The Critics

The critics are wrong. However, there are valuable lessons to be drawn from this experience. Lesson 1. Never trust Jennifer Rubin, who has a tenuous grasp of reality, as we’ve pointed out in the past.
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Too Much Of A Good Thing

Too Much Of A Good Thing

Video of Frank Gaffney’s speech can be found on Urban Infidel. One of the unofficial mottos of the United States, this phrase-which is minted on this country’s coins and emblazoned upon our paper bills-embodies the common heritage of the American nation, which was created from the union of thirteen distinct, unique former British colonies....
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Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Last week’s election results undoubtedly left many readers deeply disappointed, if not disaffected, including those of you who couldn’t bring yourselves to cast your ballot for Mitt Romney for any number of well documented reasons. The prospect of a president unencumbered by electoral consequences, whose administration has already shown itself to be flagrantly indifferent...
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New York ICE

My good friend Joanna Marzullo, president of New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement, has alerted me to some recent changes on her organization’s official website. NY ICE was extremely active in 2011, especially in the New York/Tri-State Area, and has continued to serve as an outspoken opponent of illegal immigration in a city where...
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A Tale of Two Mormons

A Tale of Two Mormons

With the New Hampshire presidential primary fast approaching, it might be time to look at two of the Republican candidates who’ve often drawn comparisons in the mainstream media. Namely, former Utah governor Jon Huntsman and 2008 GOP runner-up Mitt Romney. The rap on both men is very similar, i.e. both are technocratic, not very...
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