Posts Tagged ‘ Washington Times ’

Justice For Kate

Justice For Kate

  Our readers may be aware of the recent decision in the lawsuit by the family of Kate Steinle, a victim of San Francisco’s sanctuary city policy. The following represents the analysis of the Steinle ruling by an attorney. The court dismissed the family’s lawsuit against the County and City of San Francisco and former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi. The court did allow...
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Confirm Him!

Confirm Him!

Update: Ken Blackwell explains the cultural genesis of media hatred for Senator Sessions.  Roy Beck and Numbers USA make the case for Jeff Sessions assuming the role of  Attorney General.
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Squelching Speech

Squelching Speech

Update: More details on Oleg’s political detention, courtesy of CounterJihad.  Despite the hope that President-elect Trump would usher in a new era of political toleration-after 1st Amendment critic Hillary Clinton’s historic loss-the fact remains that our institutions of higher learning are controlled by people who value dogma over truth. The latest illustration of this...
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Reveille For Radicals

Reveille For Radicals

  It turns out that the violent Marxist riots targeting Donald Trump and his supporters weren’t the spontaneous upwelling of progressive rage we had been led by the media-those paragons of transparency and fairness-to believe.
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The Decline of Western Civilization

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Charlotte riots-and despite media social conditioning, that’s precisely what they are-is how unsurprising this reaction is. Whether it’s a clear cut case of police brutality/excessive force against an innocent civilian, or an example of a law enforcement officer defending his life in the face of lethal...
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Breaking News…

Breaking News…

Update: Madame Hillary weighs in.  The President still has no plans for his administration to actually enforce the law. What a relief!  If you didn’t realize how important this presidential election is, the Supreme Court reminded you earlier today with 2 immensely consequential decisions. The first upholds Judge Hanen’s injunction against Barack Obama’s patently unconstitutional...
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Homeland Security

Homeland Security

Coverage in the Washington Times. The full hearing is now online. Skip ahead to the 38 minute mark in order to watch the opening statements.
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Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

Breitbart Lives (Andrew’s Fans Gather In New York)

The last We Are Breitbart gathering I went to was also the first-at least, on the Eastern seaboard-and wasn’t an event that I relished attending. It was held to mourn and honor a man whom we all admired and loved, who had died less than a week before at the apex of a career spent...
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Over The Top

Over The Top

While Europe deals with the consequences of a Middle Eastern invasion brought on by the terrible decisions of its ostensible leaders, the United States continues to see an influx of illegal immigrants from Central America. Despite the Obama administration’s assertions that the flow of unaccompanied minors has abated, OTMs continue to pore across the...
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DAPA Delayed

DAPA Delayed

  The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied the Obama administration’s request to proceed with the DAPA program,  its unconstitutional usurpation of immigration law issued last November. The ruling isn’t a declarative verdict on the substance of the President’s latest dubious executive action so much as a refusal to give this White House the...
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