On Tuesday, the Rasmussen pollsters published a nice article that assembled numerous survey results from the company about immigration. The upshot is that the voters (the group that Rasmussen polls) don’t like Obama’s permissive approach at all. They want a lawful process overseen by a government that takes law and order seriously, which this administration [...]
Last week I wrote about the level of crime in our southern neighbor that makes them a most undesirable society from which to admit immigrants: Mexico: 43 Disappeared Students Highlight Deep-Seated Lawlessness. Now those missing young people may have located — and it is tragic news for the families.
Bodies have been found, although they are [...]
The average mind may seize up like a motor without oil when faced with some of the insanely stupid policies put forward by the administration. The most expensive and nonsensical in a while is the proposal to bring highly infective ebola patients from Africa to be treated in the United States. It’s actually against the [...]
On Friday, political writer Ann Coulter joined Bill O’Reilly for a talk about the prospects of the Republican Party in the November election. O’Reilly pulled up a poll showing both parties are distrusted and asked Coulter her opinion about why Republicans aren’t doing better when Democrats, particularly the President, are doing such a rotten job.
Race remains the prime issue of leftists who use it daily as a club against their political enemies from Washington to Ferguson MO.
But as psychological identifiers go, language is more important. A person of any race can be a loyal and enthusiastic American, but someone who doesn’t speak English cannot be, because non-English speakers remain [...]
The administration’s dumping of thousands of illegal alien kids all across America ends up being strongly felt in local schools. Parents reasonably object to resources being redirected from citizen students toward aliens, plus they have concerns of communicable disease and crime. Diversity may sound laudable in the abstract, but when it appears in your kid’s [...]
Back in 2010, Arizona took on the federal government by saying that states can enforce immigration law if they do so in accordance with pre-existing national laws. Arizona signed SB1070 into law, legislation written by Kris Kobach who took care to match the language up with federal statutes. Throughout the long media-whipped controversy, polls consistently [...]
Did the administration think that pictures of foreign kiddies clutching teddy bears would convince Americans to give up their law and sovereignty? Polls show otherwise: citizens are not pleased with open borders chaos and the thousands of foreigners being dumped on local communities.
Not only do a large majority of Americans think the influx endangers cultural [...]
Americans don’t want illegal or excessive immigration. When the issue has been in the news, like in 2010 when the Arizona law was in the headlines, polling shows the sentiment that is always there, that citizens want their borders and sovereignty enforced, not ignored.
Now, when citizens see the full horror of the liberal ideal of [...]
Political elites in Britain are stunned at the win by the UK Independence Party in the recent EU Parliament election. Interestingly, the word “earthquake” appeared frequently regarding the vote: Ukip wins European elections with ease to set off political earthquake, Guardian, May 25, and Ukip and Front National lead populist earthquake, Financial Times, May 26.
This sounds pretty good: over half of voters polled think the Administration isn’t deporting enthusiastically enough.
52% Say U.S. Not Aggressive Enough in Deportations; 14% Say Too Aggressive, Rasmussen Reports, April 30, 2014
The Obama administration is considering a reduction in the number of illegal immigrants it deports, pending passage of an immigration reform plan now stalled [...]
A week ago, I reported on the Speaker of the House inviting the pope to speak before Congress, something that has never happened before and would be quite a blow to the separation of church and state. Pope Francis has not yet accepted as of this writing, but it’s hard to imagine he wouldn’t, given [...]