Posts Tagged ‘ Tony Villar ’

Irony

Irony

The Democrats deny the existence of voter fraud.  Yet it occurs on the floor of their own convention, as the Convention Chairman approves the mention of God in the platform against the overwhelming objections of the delegates. You know, they might just have a point.  Still, I doubt it will register with the deniers. Hat...
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Rewarding Failure

Goosing their normally odious ethnic pandering-in hopes of defeating presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney-and in jaunty defiance of reality, Democrats have chosen epic failure Antonio Villaraigosa-current mayor of Los Angeles-to chair their national convention this year in Charlotte, North Carolina. Those of you who are not Angelenos, but are Adam Carolla fans, are already...
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The Daily Rattle-Immigration News Summary For December 17, 2011

Today’s roundup contains a heavy dose of news about Eric Holder and the Justice Department’s malfeasance, vis-a-vis their gunwalking scandals, as well as an update on the case of embattled political prisoner Agent Jesus Diaz. However, we start with a mind-boggling story about the lengths Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, a.k.a. Tony Villar, will...
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Alien Nation

Alien Nation

For those of you who aren’t habitual soccer fans-and I include myself in that category-America’s loss to Mexico in the Gold Cup Final this weekend might not have been an earth-shattering event. However, the importance of the match’s outcome-a 4-2 loss by the United States-was overshadowed by what happened outside of the game, which...
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Requiem for a City

  A big tip of the figurative hat to our good friend Kathy Shaidle, owner of the refreshingly subversive Canadian blog Five Feet of Fury, for that link. I don’t think any hour-long speech on the virtues of an open border can withstand that three minute excoriation of the double standards employed in our...
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Boycott Busting

Boycott Busting

One of the downsides of poorly conceived, reflexive boycotts is that they don’t take into account the needs of citizens who might use things like transportation to and from airports.
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