Posts Tagged ‘ town hall ’

Better A Diamond With A Flaw Than A Pebble Without

A world without borders would be impossible to govern democratically. It would need to be run by a strong central authority that would quickly morph into an iron fist dictatorship.
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Round 2: Thoughts On Last Night’s Debate

Round 2: Thoughts On Last Night’s Debate

  Update: David Goldman adds his 2 cents.  A few observations about last night’s presidential debate, which you can view in its entirety here, as well as the post-debate spin which followed. As I pointed out in an essay published earlier this year-before we knew who the parties would nominate-the defining characteristic of Hillary...
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Stolen Lives

Stolen Lives

This past week brought news of yet another innocent American life taken at the hands of a criminal alien. In this case, one who had been deported on five separate occasions. The brutal murder of Kathryn Steinle can be laid directly at the feet of contemptible, hispandering politicians like Gavin Newsom, who have made...
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Keep Out The Bushes

Keep Out The Bushes

It’s no surprise that George W. Bush’s younger brother decided to skip the Iowa Freedom Summit this weekend. The notion of someone who can barely disguise his contempt for American citizens and workers sharing the same stage as Congressman Steve King is fairly preposterous, once you stop to think it over. Instead, the former...
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When K Street Comes Calling

When K Street Comes Calling

As we pointed out on Monday, one of the few viable options for Republicans seeking to stop this administration’s unlawful, patently unconstitutional expansion of its policy of wholesale amnesty is withholding congressional funding. Of course, what would a sensible proposal for reining in the imperial presidency be without a GOP leader doing his best...
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Corruption In High Places

Corruption In High Places

There’s nothing that defines this administration as much as its lack of transparency, and its handling of immigration policy is no exception to this rule. Which is why we recommend reading the account by the Center for Investigative Reporting of James F. Tomsheck’s explosive allegations regarding corruption within the bureaucracy of U.S. Customs and...
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Coulter vs. Kaus at CPAC

Coulter vs. Kaus at CPAC

It turns out that the Coulter-Kaus debate was broadcast on one of  C-SPAN’s many outlets yesterday, despite the unofficial CPAC ban on discussion of the most important domestic political issue. You can watch the full debate here. In addition to covering the political costs of amnesty and the legally and constitutionally dubious nature of...
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The Stupid Party Rides Again

The headline of this Thomas Sowell column says it all, although like everything written by Thomas Sowell it’s worth reading in its entirety. The patriotic base of the Republican Party, as represented by Ted Cruz and Jeff Sessions, have blasted the latest feeble attempt at placating anti-conservative voters put forth by Boehner & Co.,...
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Push Back (Resist The Amnesty Avalanche)

 The amnesty cave-in by House Republicans is in full effect. Daniel Horowitz outlines exactly how they plan on surrendering what remains of American sovereignty and debasing citizenship in his latest Red State blog entry, which is worth reading in its entirety. Roy Beck has an in-depth dissection of the House leaders’ policy proposal for...
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The People’s Megaphone

The People’s Megaphone

Congress continues its annual month-long hibernation, but that doesn’t mean you have to slumber. The drive by open borders lobbyists never ceases, which means that we’ll have to work even more furiously to thwart their plans. Tea Party Patriots has provided an invaluable guide delineating just how you can hold your congressmen accountable for his...
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