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NBA Finals Brings Out The Racists!


Last night was Game 3 of the NBA Finals- the San Antonio Spurs took on the Miami Heat in the Alamo City! In San Antonio, basketball is almost a religion! We bleed black and silver! Our home was no different than probably 98% of the San Antonio population last night. We were in front of the TV, getting ready to ...

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God Help Me; I Agree With Bob Beckel

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Something happened that made me stop and question myself as a Republican, am I one, or have I drifted over to the dreaded Liberal side of the aisle? After all, I have considered myself a Republican since I was sixteen years old.  That question rang in my head and I could not get it out, after all, me becoming a ...

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Billion Dollar Babies and American Jihad – Intellectual Froglegs


And here is the latest installment of Intellectual Froglegs: Joe Dan Gorman nails it yet again, with his in-depth analysis of leftist propaganda on Jihadists, phobias, abortion, Planned Parenthood, and Janet Napolitano. In case you’re wondering, Napolitano has no clue how to do her job, except the part where she spews disjointed jargon in Congressional hearings. And the new inconvenient ...

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Here We Go Again: A Discussion with Numbers USA’s Rosemary Jenks

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With the “Gang of Eight” announcing their immigration reform package yesterday, I’m sure many American found the deal sensible, rational, and fair.  It’s a bipartisan deal, which pleases the independent segments of the electorate, and has Sen. Marco Rubio endorsing it wholeheartedly.  Immigration keeps the United States economically vibrant, unlike Europe, which has become older, grayer, and more Islamized.  We ...

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Managing Illegal Immigration: One Option


Everyone agrees there is a need for the United States government to manage immigration. Our southern border is nearly 2,000 miles long; its sheer length invites many to cross looking for a better life. Those who make it illegally are often willing to work for lower wages than residents. There are many in the US who would like us to ...

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How Immigration Ruined The Californian Republican Party

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As we on the Right continue to ponder how we got handily beaten by a president with a dismal record, one of the areas that are salient in our rebuilding efforts rests with Hispanic voters.  About fifty thousand latinos turn eighteen every month, making this a key demographic Republicans must become competitive if we to survive as a political force. ...

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Boehner Caving?

Boehner Responds To Obama Statement On Debt Talks

Since the results of the 2012 election came in, Speaker of the House John Boehner has shown signs of abdicating his role as a Conservative American leader. On taxes he has said “For purposes of forging a bipartisan agreement that begins to solve the problem, we’re willing to accept new revenue, under the right conditions.” Where repealing Obamacare is concerned: ...

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Immigrants, Then And Now, What A Difference

I think many immigrants come here for a better life; many come just to freeload off the American taxpayer. However, I think even the ones that come for a better life expect something free, because let’s face it, the word is out, go to America and you will be given what you need to live, not go to America and ...

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You Don’t Have to Be President to Impose Amnesty


Where I live we’ve already had extensive experience with small scale unilateral amnesty for illegal aliens without actual legal authority. Ours came courtesy of a “morally sensitive” police chief who knew much more about illegal aliens than the elected officials who hired him. Fortunately for us Chief Charlie Deane — Virginia’s foremost practitioner of “ignoring while Hispanic” law enforcement — ...

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Coming to America

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Earlier this week we shared an Arizona news story from Pinal County. Sheriff Babeu posted details about a 17-year-old man who was stopped for driving 85 in a 35mph zone.  The young man told officers he was late to work. He did not have a driver’s license nor proof of insurance. He admitted that he and his parents were here ...

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Dobbs calls out Pulitzer Winner, Law Breaker as Partisan Activist

Jose Antonio Vargas has been touted as a hero by immigration activists for his courage to admit publicly that he is “undocumented.” The problem, as Lou Dobbs so eloquently points out, is that “undocumented” is just a fancy word for “illegal.” To learn more about who Jose Antonio Vargas truly is, read Pulitzer Winner Breaks Law Daily.

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Pulitzer Winner Breaks Law Daily

Jose Antonio Vargas has been making the rounds on the talk show circuit promoting his new book and is garnering a wealth of attention… while breaking federal laws in the process. Vargas, according to his own mini-autobiography published in the New York Times in June 2011, arrived in America at the age of 12 when his mother shipped him off ...

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No American Is Above The Law

I think I’ll rob a bank today. Bank robbery is a federal crime. The FBI will come after me. When (not if) I get caught, I’ll just say that I’m choosing which law to obey and which laws to not obey, just like President Barack Hussein Obama did on Friday, June 15, 2012. Obama chose to ignore the law, so ...

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Obama Flouts Constitution With Immigration Edict


The Obama administration’s latest flouting of the Constitution came today when it was announced that they will stop deporting illegal immigrants. If the illegals came to the country under the age of 16, and have led law-abiding lives since their arrival, the Obama administration will bypass Congress and grant work permits to illegals under the age of 30, providing they ...

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Fewer Immigrants and Newborns, More Elderly Slow U.S. Population Growth

WASHINGTON, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Lower immigration levels, population aging, and declining fertility rates are driving a decline in U.S. population growth, according to a new Population Reference Bureau (PRB) analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data. Between 2010 and 2011, the U.S. population increased by 0.7 percent, after averaging 0.9 percent growth each year from 2000 through 2010, reported Mark Mather, PRB associate vice president ...

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