Many liberal media outlets push the propaganda that diversity is the highest good, but few do it with the ham-handed clumsiness of the Los Angeles Times. The paper has promoted topics like backward hispanic culture, unconstitutional executive amnesty and lawbreaking street vendors as if the readership should embrace behaviors that harm American law, sovereignty and […]
It’s spring and the weather is pleasant for travel from Central America to the American southwest compared with the brutal heat of summer. The illegal alien Centrals are attracted by the boatload of freebies they receive upon arrival in deluxe “detention” facilities before they are transferred to more permanent quarters where they get more free […]
Senator Ted Cruz declared his candidacy for the Presidency on Monday in a speech given at Liberty University. It was a fine presentation of patriotic principles where he called on conservatives to rise up and “reignite the promise of America.”
He spoke extemporaneously, without the help of a teleprompter, the gadget vital to Obama maintaining the […]
Tuesday’s Senate hearing focused on protecting American workers brought several experts to explain the abuse of foreign worker visas to displace citizens.
One speaker was John Miano who is seen discussing legislation in the clip below, noting “the interests of American workers, the voters, are simply ignored in the I-Squared Act.”
(See more hearing clips here and […]
When Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley appeared on Fox News a few weeks ago, he said he had information from a reliable source leading the Senator to believe that a known gang member had gotten a DACA pass to stay in the country despite having a criminal record.
Now there is more information to back up Grassley’s […]
Spring starts in a few days, which is always good news, but here in crowded Mexifornia, winter rainfall has been disappointingly slim. The drought is bad and getting worse because the stored water in reservoirs has become even more drained.
How bad is the drought?
A study published in December characterized it as the worst in 1200 […]
How is an economy supposed to function when human workers are becoming obsolete because of smart machines in the workplace? Leisure time is certainly nice, but humans require money for acquiring goods and services. Curiously, the captains of industry don’t seem to notice the consumption part of the economy equation, and when people don’t get […]
Funny how Obama’s temporary-but-generous amnesty for five million included a “loophole” of free money for the foreign grifters via the tax code.
Semi-limited anarchy turns out to be messy, because removing a major brick from the structure of laws necessitates specific repairs here and there. You can’t have just a little chaos. It spreads.
Here’s Senator […]
Nestor Moto, the chairman of the College Republican Club from Cal State Long Beach, appeared on Fox News to discuss the new “Dream Success Center” dedicated to serving the illegal alien students on campus. According to Moto, there are only 11 guidance counselors for the entire student body of around 28,000 individuals, yet the lawbreaking […]
In the Middle East, Allah’s loyal headchoppers are having great success in taking over large swaths of territory and killing many opponents along the way. They see themselves as being on a roll, progressing rapidly to the much desired world caliphate of sharia law ruled by… them! So convenient.
Below, ISIS jihadists beheaded 21 Coptic Christians […]
The President engaged in partisan politics Saturday when he participated in the 50-year anniversary of the Selma civil rights march. At one point in his speech, Obama remarked, “Right now, in 2015, 50 years after Selma, there are laws across this country designed to make it harder for people to vote.”
Yes, that’s correct. Our laws […]
A big story this weekend has been the 50th anniversary of the Selma march that marked a turning point in the civil rights movement. The President made himself a big part of the celebrations, giving what passes for a pro-America speech to the assemblage and leading a walk across the iconic bridge. (One might remember […]