Jeb Bush: If you like your borders you can keep your borders
According to the AP, the Democrats are planning on defeating the Jeb Bush juggernaut by painting him as the second third coming of Mitt Romney: Mitt Romney opposed the government’s rescue of U.S. automakers. So did Jeb Bush. Both worked in finance and backed the Wall Street bailout. Both are advocates of tax cuts that Democrats contend only benefit the wealthy and big business. While | Read More »
Immigration and The Evils of Deliberate Chaos.
The failure of the United States government to organize and intelligently police its Southern border makes the United States of America the knowing perpetrator of a human rights atrocity. While not as bad of an All-American, 4th of July Human Rights Atrocity as The Abortion-Industrial Complex; what is currently occurring at our Southern Border with the full knowledge and active connivance of our political leadership | Read More »
If I Were Marco Rubio
Senator Marco Rubio spent the better part of last year joining together with Democrats to make a bipartisan push for amnesty and comprehensive open borders. The message to the third world was clear and unambiguous. We have not learned the mistakes of the past and we will continue granting amnesty because we lack the stomach to leave any illegals behind. Not surprisingly, starting late last | Read More »
Census Bureau Data Raises Questions Concerning Future Flow of Immigration
From listening to proponents of open borders speak about immigration, one would come away with the impression that we have just experienced a protracted period of low immigration. They contend that our “limited legal immigration” has engendered a need for people to migrate here illegally. However, the Census Bureau published new numbers illuminating a fact that is self-evident to anyone who has studied immigration: we | Read More »
The GOP Open Borders Train Revs Up its Engine
For those of you who thought that our previous warnings about an amnesty push in the near-term were overblown, today’s developments should serve as a wakeup call. In what was clearly a coordinated effort by the establishment, Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader Cantor issued a call for passing immigration legislation this year during their weekly conference meeting at the same time Chamber of Commerce President | Read More »
La Raza and Black Liberation Theology: cut from the same Reparationist cloth
Anti-white sentiment is getting a boost. La Raza (The Race) a Hispanic hate group, showed their ass last week at a Tuscon school board meeting when discussion about the curriculum of Ethnic Studies was scheduled. It seems that tone of the textbook used for this class are anti-American, anti-capitalism, and anti-gringo. This has happened because theology has crept into the school system under the banner of | Read More »
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The Obselescence of the Fourteenth Amendment
The following quote is from Boston Globe Columnist Jeff Jacoby: “Our nation has been enriched – not “overrun” – because of birthright citizenship. The 19th-century nativists who feared otherwise were wrong. Their intellectual heirs today are, too.” If economists Carmen M. Reinhart and Kenneth S. Rogoff ever decide to write a sequel to “This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly”, perhaps they should | Read More »
The Amnesty Memo: Bypassing Congress.
Cass Sunstein’s ‘nudge’ just became a shove into the abyss. ————- National Review’s Robert VerBruggen has this up at ‘The Corner': http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=NTk3Y2EwODQxMTBlOTE4MmI3MzUwZjBkNjkzODBhMGY http://www2.nationalreview.com/memo_UCIS_072910.html “This memorandum offers administrative relief options to . . . reduce the threat of removal for certain individuals present in the United States without authorization.” “In the absence of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, USCIS can extend benefits and/or protections to many individuals and | Read More »
Liberalism, open borders rhetoric arrives…at the NASA Astronaut Corps?
Earlier this month, rookie (and now veteran) Astronaut Jose Hernandez returned to Earth aboard Space Shuttle Discovery after completing mission STS-128, which delivered supplies to the International Space Station and also featured his fellow crew members performing a series of station assembly spacewalks. Neato mosquito, right? Yet another remarkable achievement for some U.S. Astronauts (and one guy from the European Space Agency)? No doubt. Unfortunately, | Read More »