Chelsea is a city of 37,000 located across the river from Boston. It is now 62 percent hispanic, having begun to diversify in the 1970s.
Chelsea appears to have gotten a head start on the alien kiddie deluge, with the first wave arriving over the last school year. The fall enrollment started at 5500, but ended [...]
Monday’s New York Times had a page 1 feature about culture clash in San Francisco. The tech industry has been roaring back in the city and multicultural toes are being trod upon by young IT workers with iPhones full of money.
The Times’ front-page photo focused on the largely hispanic Mission district, where housing costs are [...]
A couple times last week, Rush Limbaugh explored an interesting byway of political history related to the Kennedy assassination, an event which marked its 50th anniversary on Friday. The idea was that that the left could not accept the fact that an individual communist, Lee Harvey Oswald, murdered the Democrat President, and as a result, [...]
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson was spouting whoppers about the benefits of illegal alien amnesty on Saturday, saying he sees “rays of hope” in next week’s fly-in to Washington by business leaders to batter House Republicans into submission and that the President will deign to take a piecemeal approach (and count on Harry Reid’s [...]
The loud leftist press continues to hammer Rep. Steve King about his statement that many more drug smugglers than valedictorians would be amnestied under the DREAM aspect of the big freebie legislation. Once lib scribblers agree upon an easily defined target to vilify, they are sharks smelling blood.
King stated that “for everyone who’s a valedictorian, [...]
How common and unpunished are drunk driving illegal aliens in America? One measure: the uncle of the President is one (pictured), and Omar Onyango is doing just fine, back at his liquor store job and in possession of his driver’s license, after a mere 45 days without it after a drunk-driving bust.
Today’s lawbreaking topic is [...]
Poor Rush Limbaugh. He must be the last conservative standing who hasn’t yet realized that Marco Rubio is a pro-amnesty quisling who had a “long history of blocking immigration enforcement” back in Florida.
The popular radio host has started discussing amnesty, perhaps because of the many complaints from his listeners that he has been ignoring the [...]
How did Reince Preibus keep his job as the Chairman of the Republican Party after the GOP lost a winnable election last November? It’s a question that I have. At least Mitt Romney has been mostly quiet since the devastating defeat.
But now Preibus is back, feigning leadership with a diversity-friendly to-do list that he thinks [...]
The Catholic church has upped its bankroll to wreck American law and sovereignty. It has added $800,000 to its previous amnesty spending of $3 million, since opening the borders to millions more hispanic Catholics is highly desirable for the bishops.
Not that it’s new for Vaticrats to work to subvert a nation that has been very [...]
The one good thing about the firearms debate ginned up by Obama’s gun grabbers is the increased reporting of successful instances of self-defense showing up in the media. Most don’t get reported at all; the press prefers to broadcast the bad news that includes guns.
Professor Emeritus James Q. Wilson of UCLA said, “We know from [...]
In Los Angeles County, the sentencing of a father-son duo of Azusa 13 gangsters to prison indicates how the area’s little-noticed race war continues. Daddy Santiago “Chico” Rios (pictured with “Lil Chico” Louie) pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and conspiracy to violate the civil [...]
A few years ago there was dust up over Ken Burns’ World War Two documentary “The War” coming from disgruntled hispanics who thought that their ever-so-special contributions had been overlooked. Even though the film was completed, Burns caved and added some material to appease the ethnic activists after being harangued at length.
The controversy is part [...]