For those who think they can turn over and go back to sleep about amnesty, there’s this: the Speaker of the House just engaged an amnesty proponent experienced in crafting legislation. Rebecca Tallent earlier was employed in top positions for Senator John McCain and before that, Congressman Jim Kolbe who have been enthusiastic exponents of [...]
Monday’s front page of the Los Angeles Times had a headline that was ever-so-slightly critical of the former Catholic Cardinal who presided over the local diocese: “INTO THE LIGHT, As the clergy abuse scandal unfolds, Roger Mahony’s moral authority — and his legacy — erodes.”
It was part of a feature article that was unduly kind [...]
In Arizona, open-borders extremists have escalated their tactics from noisy rallies to physical confrontation with law enforcement. By blocking deportation buses, they have told the President that they do not recognize American sovereignty or the rule of law, and they demand that he act according to their radical aim to end immigration enforcement.
Below, amnesty pests [...]
It’s curious that Abdullatif Aldosary (pictured), the Iraqi refugee who bombed the Casa Grande Arizona Social Security office last November, was tried initially for illegal gun possession rather than the attempted terrorism.
He was clearly a hostile character who should have been deported after two arrests and 8 months in jail for aggravated harassment which occurred [...]
Washington’s welcoming of hostile Muslims from unfriendly nations as refugees and immigrants needs more attention, because these people can be very troublesome indeed.
In Phoenix, the trial of Iraqi refugee Abdullatif Ali Aldosary started this week for his attempted bombing of the Casa Grande Social Security office last year.
Further east, in San Antonio, another bad apple [...]
Not long ago, boosters of the Subcontinent assured the world that India was an emerging superpower and that this would be the “Indian Century.”
Now America’s southern border is being swarmed by illegal alien Indians claiming asylum by alleging persecution and torture. (The word “torture” is used in the video contained in the Arizona Republic’s post [...]
Does anyone think Obama’s meddling in Syria won’t end up with his admitting many thousands of suffering victims of the cruel dictator Assad? After all, the mission is a humanitarian one, we little citizens are told. No attentive adult believes this President would go to war to defend American security interests, so the do-gooder explanation [...]
Here’s a BBC report on Arizona border rancher John Ladd, who is disgusted with the whole bunch — the illegal aliens, the Border Patrol, the Democrats who want cheap votes and the Republicans who want cheap labor. His family has been on the ranch for over a century and he has heard all sorts of [...]
We already know that the Gang of Eight amnesty bill contains a full trough of goodies for foreign job thieves. But evidence is accumulating that favoritism toward dangerous criminal aliens is also written into the legislation, which is not exactly a new trend (see Criminal Protection Is a Historic Element of Congressional Amnesties).
Did La Raza’s [...]
For some reason, the pollsters over at Pew Hispanic thought Mexican public opinion regarding America would be worth measuring. Perhaps it was published to reflect Obama’s Thursday taco junket to visit the new Mexican president on his home turf (n.b. Key issues on Obama’s Mexico trip: Trade, immigration and drug war).
Anyway, wouldn’t it be better [...]
Thursday saw an instance of dueling press conferences in the big capitol city. On one side was 7/8 of the Gang of Eight Senators, plus an assortment of other high-profile open-borders enthusiasts in suits, from friend-of-hostile-Islam Grover Norquist to AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka, and representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and la Raza (“the Race”).
Rep Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) visited the southern border recently, which was interesting to follow via remarks and photos on Twitter (@jasoninthehouse). He was pretty shocked at one border crossing spot which not only isn’t fenced, but has a handrail and convenient steps leading to the Rio Grande. We wouldn’t want any illegal alien to stub [...]