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Holder to Investigate Arizona Immigration Law

April 27, 2010

Amidst the cries of “racism,” “Nazi,” and “racial profiling” Attorney General Eric Holder has decided to investigate whether or not the new Arizona immigration law causing so much to-do is legal. Just to mess with our Liberal friends, Beck brought up an interesting point this evening:  part of the Arizona law indicates that if one [...]

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The Next Battle: Amnesty is Back

March 5, 2010

With the ObamaCare debate possibly ending in the next several weeks (hopefully in catastrophic defeat), it is worth looking at what is coming down the pike.  What appears to be on the docket is amnesty.  Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) an  Lindsey Graham (RINO-SC) are gearing up to reintroduce “comprehensive immigration reform” in the Senate (note:  [...]

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If it’s Comprehensive, Throw it Out

February 18, 2010

Victor Davis Hansen has written a piece entitled Beware of ‘Comprehensive’ Anything, in which he details how Comprehensive legislation rarely becomes law, and any that does is usually disastrous.  Just take a look at the ‘Comprehensive’ bills or strategies we’ve had in the past few years: Comprehensive health care reform Comprehensive climate change reform (cap-and-trade) [...]

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Amnesty, Here We Come!

November 17, 2008

Now that Barack Obama has been elected, the typical round of Democrat special-interest groups are starting to attempt to collect their share of the prize from him.  Advocates of Amnesty and Illegal Immigration in general are pushing Obama to recognize their contribution to his election by passing the so-called “Comprehensive” immigration reform.  They argue that [...]

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When did the Republicans grow a spine?

November 4, 2005

This could be big.. The illegal immigration issue has the potential to define the party-in-power for a generation. If the Republicans succeed in getting this passed, they will assure their electoral majority for years to come.

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