Posts Tagged ‘ Univision ’

King of The Hill

King of The Hill

Yesterday’s press conference was remarkable for a number of reasons, not least because it revealed the naked contempt this nation’s media has for the men and women who’ve served in the Armed Forces. A sneering condescension that they can’t mask, even as they bang the drums for more interventions in the quagmire of the...
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Live Free or Die

Live Free or Die

  Update: According to CNN projections Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have emerged victorious from tonight’s primary. Notch one for the notoriously inaccurate polling industry!  We’ll see whether New Hampshire lives up to its state motto later tonight, although the pickings are rather slim in this regard. You can follow the undoubtedly dubious exit polling data...
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The Elephant in the Room

  Unsurprisingly, the most important domestic issue of our time was completely ignored during last night’s Democratic presidential debate. Numbers USA and Roy Beck, as usual, did a great job highlighting the negative consequences of mass immigration, even if the pathetic moderators working for ABC News let the candidates skate on this subject. What...
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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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Beside The Point

Beside The Point

In light of this week’s made-for-reality-TV contretemps involving professional conflict junkie Jorge Ramos and presidential candidate Donald Trump, we should all look a bit more closely at Mexico’s favorite bilingual propagandist. To that end, I’m providing a link to an illuminating dissection of Ramos and his worldview from the inestimable Steve Sailer. His observations and analysis...
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Tongue in Cheek

Tongue in Cheek

Kudos to Ann Coulter for demonstrating once again that the best weapon one can deploy against open borders fanatics is often humor.  Although cauterizing that priggish, Mexican pseudo-journalist is a small task for someone of her towering wit and intellect, it’s still entertaining to watch the whitest of white Hispanics unnerved by a public figure...
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Vox Populi

Vox Populi

One of the ways the treason lobby attempts to alter the cultural landscape is by manipulating public opinion. Edward Bernays was a piker compared to the good folks at the New York Times and National Public Radio. Which is why the most recent poll by Rasmussen Reports will probably come as a bit of a...
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Freedom Of Information

Freedom Of Information

For those of you who believed the carnage wrought by this administration’s criminally negligent-if not intentionally malicious-Fast and Furious program had ceased-or even abated-I have some troubling news to report. Thanks to the indefatigable attorneys at Judicial Watch we continue to discover weapons implicated in violent crimes which can be traced back to the...
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Operation Pass The Buck

Operation Pass The Buck

You can read full text of Secretary Jeh Johnson’s op-ed here. It is the sort of predictable, CYA press release you would expect from an administration trying to downplay the disastrous consequences of its terribly unpopular immigration policies. Meanwhile, if you want to understand why so many of these unaccompanied minors are flooding into...
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Soft-peddling Amnesty

Soft-peddling Amnesty

  It looks like our fearless leaders are working once again at crafting an immigration compromise. Which means, of course, abandoning the people they ostensibly serve in order to placate corporate lobbyists and la raza chauvinists. Another concern among Republicans is ensuring that President Barack Obama – who has repeatedly rankled the GOP by making...
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