Posts Tagged ‘ Washington Watcher ’

That Was Then, This Is Now

For those of you who thought Hillary Clinton’s admiration of Angela Merkel had something to do with her gender, think again. Actually, Mama Merkel serves as a role model because of her unparalleled ability to destroy a nation, as this article describes in brutal detail.
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Smart Politics

  The lawlessness of this administration’s approach to immigration policy has inspired even the most fickle of RINOs to take a stance in opposition to open borders. Good to see Scott Brown back on board the anti-amnesty train.  Someone’s been paying attention.     
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Silicon Valley vs. Alabama

  Senator Jeff Sessions identifies the true motivation behind immigration reform, which isn’t as noble as Zuckerberg Inc. would like the American public to believe. Just as virtually no member of the mainstream media is crutinizing the angelic-if not wholly accurate-depiction of potential beneficiaries of any future congressional amnesty, so too are they ignoring...
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Your Presidential Nominee, Ladies and Gentleman

At least we know who to blame if this disaster is enacted.
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Close Call

Close Call

Washington Watcher has a more detailed explanation of why Senator Marco Rubio would have been such an undesirable running-mate for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney-if the video of Mr. Rubio’s own words I posted several days ago is not sufficient. Undesirable, that is, from the perspective of those who favor patriotic immigration reform. If the Republican...
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What’s Happening?

The past few weeks have seen a flurry of important news stories that, unfortunately, we haven’t had the opportunity to address at any length on the pages of American Rattlesnake. In our periodic news roundup, we’ll cover everything from the latest embarrassment to befall Governor Hair to the mystery that is the location of notorious Mexican drug...
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Secure Communities Under Attack

Secure Communities Under Attack

The assault against Secure Communities continues apace, as we learned yesterday from the Los Angeles Times. In a lopsided vote, the Los Angeles City Council decided to make participation in this successful immigration enforcement program purely voluntary; an idea that DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano has already scotched, at least rhetorically.
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