Posts Tagged ‘ Texas ’

Erasing History

Erasing History

A big hat tip to Kathy Shaidle’s hubby for pointing out yet another instance of preemptive sharia compliance from a Western government. In this case, a Canadian departmental agency has decided to cancel the permit for a Draw Mohammed Day event slated to take place on Parliament Hill.
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Je Suis Geller

Je Suis Geller

Update: The incomparable Mark Steyn has returned with a brilliant column laying out the stakes.  At the risk of self-plagiarism, I’ll repeat a status update I posted the other day to my Facebook profile in relation to the attempted massacre of innocent Americans taking part in a Constitutionally protected assembly earlier this week in...
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Artistic Weapons

Artistic Weapons

  Nota Bene: Congratulations to Bosch Fawstin, who submitted the winning entry.  I think it personifies the spirit of defiance that characterizes those who stood with Geert Wilders in Texas yesterday in defense of freedom of thought and expression. You can view an enlarged version of the same drawing here. You can read the speech...
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Breaking The Law

Breaking The Law

The Obama administration has spent the balance of its second term vivisecting what remains of the Constitution, which shouldn’t have come as much of a surprise to anyone who’s followed the President’s dismal view of our nation’s legal cornerstone.
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The Rule Of Law

The Rule Of Law

Kudos to Judge Andrew Hanen, bête noire of the treason lobby, for being the first person to put a halt-albeit, temporarily-to Barack Obama’s most recent lawless executive action. We recommend reading Legal Insurrection’s analysis of Judge Hanen’s Temporary Injunctive Order, which includes generous excerpts, as well as a pdf file of the judge’s complete decision. Our friend...
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Catch, Release, Ignore

Catch, Release, Ignore

For those of you who were wondering if there were any media outlets reporting real stories, vis-a-vis immigration enforcement policy, Mark Krikorian has some good news. There are journalists who take their jobs seriously, and they work for Houston’s KPRC, which has broadcast its investigation into the response rate of unaccompanied minors ordered to...
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Sticker Shock

  Following up on our previous post, Rep. Louie Gohmert explains just how costly the President’s latest repudiation of the Constitution will be, including for Barack Obama’s most loyal supporters.
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Profiles in Radicalism (La Raza’s Man In Washington)

Profiles in Radicalism (La Raza’s Man In Washington)

One of the more interesting races to watch this November will be the Texas gubernatorial contest,  which features the dream candidate of feminist progressives, State Senator Wendy Davis. Although a fundraising dynamo and icon for those who support expansive access to abortion, the chances that she will actually emerge victorious from this race are...
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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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Patient Zero

Patient Zero

As Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies points out, there were many reasons why Thomas Eric Duncan should never have been allowed to enter the United States. It turns out that the simple, prophylactic measures which ensure the fiscal and cultural vibrancy of this country-or which used to do so, at any...
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