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Socialismo Es Muerte

Socialismo Es Muerte

The President’s abrupt announcement of an imminent détente with the tropical gulag run by the Castro Bros. has sent reporters and pundits scurrying to analyze the broader political implications of this seeming diplomatic breakthrough. On the economic front, the observation by former Mexican Foreign Secretary Jorge Castenda that the cutoff of Venezuela’s oil subsidies to...
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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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Honest Labor

Honest Labor

As this country celebrates Labor Day, it’s important to reflect upon how our political class continues to shortchange American workers and those who are desperately seeking work but are locked out of opportunities by our government’s disastrous immigration policies. It’s perhaps not surprising that the chief cheerleader for the disemployment of Americans, i.e. President...
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And Water Is Wet

And Water Is Wet

  The Washington Post makes a glaring concession to reality. We’re not sure if this signifies the mainstream media’s acknowledgement that immigration reform, i.e. legislative amnesty, isn’t going to be enacted during this session of Congress, or if they’re merely spiking the football. However, we’re glad to see some members of the open borders...
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Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

  As the White House contemplates an expansion of its constitutionally dubious administrative amnesty, it’s worth taking a look at how the treason lobby’s Republican accomplices are dealing with the public’s repudiation of their most cherished legislative priority, i.e. opening the spigot to an endless stream of cheap, imported labor. A particularly revealing exchange...
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Capturing ‘El Chapo’

Capturing ‘El Chapo’

As most of you already know, the elusive head of the Sinaloa Cartel has been arrested in the Mexican city of Mazatlan. The Washington Post has a detailed account of how one of the most notorious international fugitives was apprehended, which is worth reading in its entirety. The immediate question surrounding El Chapo now...
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Whither Accountability?

Whither Accountability?

The breathtaking abuse of power by the Obama administration in almost every area of immigration law has obscured its criminality in other areas, particularly its obstruction of justice in the Fast and Furious scheme. Now, Brian Terry’s brother has written a scathing letter calling upon the Justice Department to answer for its many transgressions-and...
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A Realistic Assessment Of The State Of The Union

A Realistic Assessment Of The State Of The Union

While kvetching about the State of the Union-its vacuity, its interminable length, or its simple inability to compel the attention of most Americans, despite being  broadcast simultaneously on every major television network-is ubiquitous among Washington observers, I don’t think most people comprehend the malignant influence this ritualistic exercise has upon the body politic.  The...
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Blue Collar Woes

Blue Collar Woes

Most of you are probably aware of Governor Christie’s decision to reward illegal aliens yet again by signing a statewide DREAM Act into law, although this has obviously been overshadowed in recent days by another prominent news item revolving around the governor of the Garden State. Although there’s no link between Bridgegate and the...
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Obama’s Machinations

Obama’s Machinations

Lest you think the grand diplomatic bargain reached in Geneva has deterred the Obama administration from the pursuit of its chief domestic priority, here is some unpleasant news, courtesy of National Public Radio. Whether the President will enact a wholesale amnesty through yet another unconstitutional presidential edict, or manage to persuade the already receptive...
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