On Conservative Reformers
There is a lot of back and forth chatter going on right now in the DC-NYC corridor about conservative reform. This is problematic because the people talking about reform are in Washington and New York, the two places least likely to lead any version of conservative reform. One example of why is Josh Barro. Josh Barro is a late twenty-something gay male who hates conservatives, | Read More »
2013 Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Am-nes-ty : the act of an authority (as a government) by which pardon is granted to a large group of individuals.
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Is North Korea Throwing In The Maoist Towel?
North Korea’s new leader Kim Jong-un is amazing! He is their dear and respected leader! It seems King Kim III just saved 60 flood victims from death. The N. Korean News Agency reminds us of MSNBC’s balanced coverage of President Barack Obama in the report filed below. “Isolated incommunicado, they did not find a way out, in panic at rising water. At that time a | Read More »
Reform on the Ropes in Louisiana (Part 1 – Healthcare)
“True fiscal conservatism supports privatization of government services wherever possible because the private sector is almost always more efficient than the government.“ Although he has not kept a national profile as high as that of some other Republican governors like Chris Christie or Scott Walker, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has been quietly and competently reforming state government in Louisiana since his election. Jindal has successfully | Read More »
Obama admin gives illegal aliens backdoor amnesty
The so-called backdoor amnesty for illegal aliens is no longer merely another bad idea from the Obama administration. According to the Houston Chronicle, the Department of Homeland Security is trying to dismiss thousands of deportation cases against “suspected illegal immigrants.” The Chronicle reports the Obama amnesty effort began “about a month ago” in Houston, where the Department of Homeland Security now has five attorneys working | Read More »