Mirabile dictu, Rush Limbaugh has mentioned immigration anarchy for the last three days in a row. Whatever has happened to increase the issue’s prevalence on his radio show?
Did Limbaugh notice while he was obsessing with his personal campaign against Obama that Laura Ingraham became the most influential radio talk-show voice by promoting pro-sovereignty Dave Brat [...]
On Wednesday, radio talker Laura Ingraham celebrated the stunning victory of Dave Brat over Majority Leader Eric Cantor. She noted that the national Tea Party organizations like Tea Party Patriots (where Jenny Beth Martin makes $500K) have become a new establishment and wrote Brat off. Local Tea Party folks pitched in to help with the [...]
Political elites in Britain are stunned at the win by the UK Independence Party in the recent EU Parliament election. Interestingly, the word “earthquake” appeared frequently regarding the vote: Ukip wins European elections with ease to set off political earthquake, Guardian, May 25, and Ukip and Front National lead populist earthquake, Financial Times, May 26.
Thursday’s LA Times had a front-page pair of stories about the two Republican candidates for Governor. The primary is June 3, and the state’s southern voice may have thought it should pretend an interest in non-Democrats.
The story about Tim Donnelly was mostly fair, but it couldn’t resist a mini-smear by quoting the SPLC’s sour leftwing [...]
On Thursday, concerned Californians can tune in to the John and Ken Show on KFI-640 (which provides online listening) to hear a Republican gubernatorial debate
People near Anaheim can attend in person at the Ayres Hotel.
In addition, the show has a podcast for later listening.
John and Ken’s take-no-prisoners approach of dealing with politicians promises a lively [...]
Unlike Mexicans, Asians really do have conservative values of hard work, delayed gratification, scholarship and appreciation of capitalism. Over half of Asians have a bachelor’s degree or higher, while the national rate is 30 percent for a BA.
Asians are the highest-income, best-educated tribe in America as a result of their industriousness. Why are so many [...]
One of the claims made by liberals who supported the recent shutdown of the NYPD’s Muslim surveillance strategy was that it didn’t make any difference in protecting the city, but a former officer in the police department begs to differ. Paul J. Browne, the former NYPD deputy commissioner for public information, wrote in a New [...]
First, the clever animators of Taiwan illustrate the corruption case of California State Senator Leland Yee so far:
How the mighty have fallen. The Democrat Yee checked all the correct liberal boxes: diverse (extra credit), immigration permissiveness, indulgence toward criminals, and pro gun control.
But Yee went full-tilt arms merchant to Islamic terrorists.
Aside from the whole grade-B [...]
I’ve been getting uninvited e-mails from CPAC about its upcoming yak-a-thon conference, and the schedule of speakers looks pretty snoozeworthy. But what can you expect from an organization (American Conservative Union) that has consistently been too hidebound to grasp the growing threats of hostile Islam and open borders?
The ACU is quintessentially establishment conservative, but seems [...]
Swiss elites were disappointed in the voters’ rejection of the EU vision of open borders that has been such a failure in Europe, at least in the minds of many citizens. The vote was hailed by eurosceptics, like UKIP’s Nigel Farage who described the outcome as “wonderful news for national sovereignty and freedom lovers throughout [...]
Excessive immigration is a hot item in British news lately, since European Union commitments forced the nation to open its borders on January 1 to citizens of Romania and Bulgaria, two very poor countries with populations totaling 29 million persons.
Nigel Farage is the head of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), a group disdained by [...]
With the New Year, a pile of new law comes into effect, and the Golden State has almost exactly its share. Nationally, the states passed 40,000 bills into law and California’s new batch of 805 is pretty close to 1/50 of that number.
Nobody would accuse California of having a do-nothing legislature: the state’s Democratic lawmakers [...]