How much does the Obama administration despise public safety? Let’s count the ways. First, there is the wholesale attack on the gun ownership of law-abiding citizens, who use firearms to protect themselves and their families.
Then the sequester excuse was used to release thousands of illegal alien criminals slated for deportation.
The latest attack on public safety […]
La Times has a typically Mexo-friendly report about wealthy Mexicans relocated to the San Antonio area, where they gather in deluxe communities designed with safety in mind (pictured). And these are the 1% ultra rich, with private jets, who generally like to flaunt their wealth when they feel comfortable in doing so.
There are several mentions […]
I happened to click over to C-SPAN on Tuesday, and was fascinated by what Congressman Steve Pearce (R-NM) had to say about a problem currently making many Republicans insane — how to appeal to the treasured hispanic voter.
He is a Republican representative for a district that is 52 percent hispanic and 34 percent Republican. He […]
A recent poll of Latin America shows that the traditional practice of mordida — bribery — is alive and well. Twenty percent of the region’s population say that they have been hit on by a public official for a little “tip” for services in the last year. The Mexican rate is considerably worse, at 31 […]
Of all the harmful policies Obama has brewed up in the last four years, one of the most concerning from a national security perspective is his catch-and-release amnesty for anybody claiming to be a DREAMer kid. Any semi-young person caught crossing the border illegally merely has to say he is covered by Obama’s administrative amnesty:
In Washington, the official narrative from the White House and obsequious media is that the border thing is handled and therefore a mega-millions amnesty can proceed to turn invasive foreigners into Democrats.
NPR asked the question recently: Is The Border Secure Enough To Tackle The Immigration System? Naturally it concluded yes, with Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano […]
December’s end brings lists of the year’s best, worst, most memorable and other supposedly reflective products of the dinosaur media. Such inventories are easy to concoct, and can be assembled weeks in advance, so the journalist can jet off for a deluxe ski vacation while his name appears in print. Hey, a refrigerator full of […]
Just when you think diversity extremism has gone as far as it can go, there’s this: a California school has been named after a 19th century Mexican criminal, thought to have killed up to six people, including a police officer. Superintendent John Ramirez of the Alisal Union School District in Salinas thinks Tiburcio Vasquez (pictured) […]
Billy and Kathy Inman of Georgia feel the effects of illegal alien crime every day of their lives. Not only was their beloved 16-year-old son Dustin killed 12 years ago when their vehicle was rear-ended by a Mexican, but Kathy was also permanently disabled at that time. Open borders and law enforcement passivity regarding lawbreaking […]
If demanding DREAMer kids knew how deluxe and inexpensive Mexico’s higher education system is, many might chose a full-tilt raza education with 24/7 Spanish and Mexican culture. (See my 2009 blog, Mexico’s National University Wins Prestigious Award.) For example, at the National Polytechnic Institute, 60 percent of students pay only $12 per semester.
Now we learn […]
Leave it to the dinosaur media to present an alleged increase in illegal aliens as a cheerful sign that the American economy is getting better.
The whole thing is a little squishy, since the press made a big deal over the idea that Mexicans had slowed down in coming, while ignoring that job thieves from Central […]
Jesus Navarro is an illegal alien whose pathos-riven story inspired the liberal media to get involved in performing a do-gooder project. Some of the local media took on advocacy about getting Jesus an organ transplant, for example when the San Francisco Chronicle published a How To Help section in its article UCSF still may do […]