Jeff Sessions, a leader against the Senate’s destructive amnesty bill in recent months, has sent a memo to fellow Republicans, urging them to reject amnesty. Many in the party have bad ideas in their heads about how a vote for amnesty will put them in the good graces of the overestimated hispanic voter. But it [...]
A week ago, the New York Post reported that local immigrants were packing up chow purchased with food stamps and shipping off the free-to-them food to their homelands.
Further investigation by the paper has now found that selling those giant containers of food is a thriving business for diverse immigrants. The photo shows a man in [...]
Fox News’ adversarial approach in issue presentation leaves a great deal to be desired: “Fair and balanced” sets up opposing voices to show both sides of an issue. However, that strategy often produces more clamor than facts.
One recent example was Laura Ingraham’s presentation on the O’Reilly Factor about the media’s cover-up of illegal alien [...]
House Republicans continue to show signs of caving to the well funded elites demanding amnesty and massively increased legal immigration.
Rep. Goodlatte Open to Salvaging Senate Immigration Bill via Conference, Breitbart.com, July 25, 2013
An aide to House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) confirmed for Breitbart News he is open to attempting to salvage the [...]
From Arizona comes this curious twist on a refugee terrorist story: Abdullatif Ali Aldosary (pictured), the Iraqi who tried to blow up the Casa Grande Social Security office last fall, has also been charged with the murder of a co-worker which occurred a few days before the bombing.
I blogged on the case when it happened, [...]
At 38 million residents, California is overpopulated from a water supply standpoint. Any normal reduction of rainfall for several years is now a source of concern that rationing is likely to follow. The state has had two years of sub-normal rain which puts a strain on water supply for drinkers, farmers and fishermen. Plus, long [...]
As shown by the chart below, the number of non-citizens receiving food stamps has quadrupled since 2001. But according to an investigation by the New York Post, a lot of the free-to-them food is being packed up in giant containers and shipped to the immigrants’ homelands.
As one of the persons interviewed in the following article [...]
In 2010, France enacted a ban on the wearing of burqas in public places, which seemed at the time to be a fine statement of western openness and associated freedom against misogynous Islam. However, the actual enforcement of the law was not always robust, since the resulting violence, as happened last summer in Marseille, made [...]
My two cents on the Trayvon frenzy: there’s a big element of emotional displacement of black anger with the President transferred to this case. Many blacks are deeply disappointed with the Obama Presidency, in particular the terrible unemployment because of his destructive handling of the economy. Life for millions of black citizens has gotten worse, [...]
Fox News does precious little reporting about hostile Islam (probably due to partial ownership of the network by a Saudi prince) so it’s always newsworthy when the topic shows up.
Erick Stakelbeck appeared on Fox’s early morning show to promote his second book The Brotherhood: America’s Next Great Enemy. His main point is that the Muslim [...]
In its haste to welcome the victims of the world, Washington’s rubber-stamp refugee policy has taken in a rogue’s gallery of despicable war criminals. The latest, Beatrice Munyenyezi (pictured), a commander in Rwanda’s systematic mass murder of Tutsi tribal members, is quite a piece of work, but is by no means unique in depravity.
Some of [...]
Powerful business elites insist they need a massive immigration amnesty and vastly increased legal immigration because boomers are aging out of the workforce, so America needs to import tens of millions as replacement models.
However, the labor market has been gradually changing with increased efficiency in many occupations, from office work to agriculture, and much of [...]