Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Website Is Up And Running

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Coming Attraction

Hopefully, by the end-if not the middle-of this coming week I’ll have a new website up, thanks to my partner in crime. It’ll address many of the same issues, but in a much different forum. The time for discussion has … Continue reading

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R.I.P. McInnes For Governor

It’s really unfortunate that it should come to this, but it looks like the self-sabatoge of the Scott McInnes campaign has led Tom Tancredo to consider jumping into the race. Someone who had a pretty decent record on immigration … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Defies Public Opinion

A headline I’m sure that you’re likely to encounter many times in the ensuing weeks, although perhaps not as bluntly limned. It turns out that most Americans support the right of states to maintain law and order within their boundaries, … Continue reading

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Celebrities Behaving Stupidly

In other words, par for the course. Marxist, open-borders musicians strike out against SB 1070: Rage Against the Machine, a chart-topping foursome known for its leftist politics and anti-corporate tirades, reunited in 2007 after a seven-year hiatus, in time … Continue reading

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Defying Expectations…

At least, those of the mainstream media, and various race-baiting, open-borders organizations like the NCLR, MALDEF, and LULAC. Good news from Arizona: I’ve never been a particular fan of Larry Klayman in the past, but anyone who’s willing to … Continue reading

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Culture Clash

Two news stories that have captured the public’s imagination, and which are interrelated, are the proposed construction of a mosque within sight of Ground Zero and the “burqa ban” which British immigration minister Damien Green has categorically ruled out because … Continue reading

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