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Soooo…..

….Janet Napolitano has resigned as DHS head in favor of a quieter life in the realm of California academia. However, I think she’s doing what Hillary Clinton did a few months ago: distancing herself from the present administration so that … Continue reading

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Onward, no matter what.

So, the corrupt national media has won, and succeeded in pulling the wool over the eye of the majority of the country….again. Here’s what will happen: –The economy will get worse as the massive taxes and regulations of Obamacare, et.al. … Continue reading

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An Analysis of Eric C. Miller’s Essay: “Barack Obama, Pro-Life Hero”

Published on October 22, 2012 at http://www.religiondispatches.org.  My comments are by no means exhaustive, but what I could accomplish in the time I had to devote to the task. Eric C. Miller is a lecturer in the Department of Communication … Continue reading

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Playing the Long Game

I find myself rather….disappointed….with the whining and hand-wringing on the right side of the aisle that has taken place in the last 36 hours or so.  Obamacare was held up, granted on the flimsiest of arguments, and because the Chief … Continue reading

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Unintended Consequence?

Mark Levin points out that the decree that the federal government has sole jurisdiction over matters of illegal immigration law enforcement could potentially be a double-edged sword: “If this case stands for the point that only the federal government has … Continue reading

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What Recourse Do States Have…

…when the Executive Branch of the Federal Government refuses to do its job? Here is 8 U.S.C. § 1324 : US Code – Section 1324: Bringing in and harboring certain aliens and here is 8 U.S.C. § 1304 : US … Continue reading

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Both sides are seeing victory in today’s SCOTUS decision regarding the SB 1070 law.

On one hand, a state’s police has every right to verify a person’s immigration status if that person is detained for another reason (and then, presumably, turn the offender over to federal immigration officials if that person is illegal).  This … Continue reading

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