There’s a saying in the sports world about how last-minute comebacks are examples of “snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.” I don’t like that phrase because it reminds me of the painful way my beloved Georgia Bulldogs were defeated a couple of weeks ago by Auburn. But I also don’t like the saying because […] . . . → Read More: The “Stupid Party” Strikes Again: Congressional Republicans Poised to Give Up Sequester Victory
Well, I suppose you could see this coming.
Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner has decided to push for GOP authored legislation giving amnesty to illegal aliens.
Last month, Speaker Boehner was pretty vocal about not negotiating on the ridiculous amnesty bill passed by the Senate. But it’s a different day now.
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ine you’re a judge ruling on an immigration case. The illegal alien in front of you got into America originally using a student visa, although he apparently never attended classes or got a degree. Nor did he leave when the visa expired, as the law required. He was actually ordered deported twice, once in in 1986 and again in 1989, appealed his deportation and then lost his appeal in 1992…after which he simply skipped out and remained in America. . . . → Read More: When The Rule Of Law means Nothing
Politicians that underestimate the size of what might be called ‘Common Core mom’ vote do so at their peril. There’s a large and growing demographic that will have an impact on congressional and legislative races next year. People who dismiss this growing demographic will be making a major mistake. Joy Pullmann’s article highlights the growing […] . . . → Read More: Common Core and the women’s vote
Until recently, the theme of an economically decimated population ruled with an iron fist by a small, but wealthy, elite seemed to be little more than the product of creative, but cynical, minds. . . . → Read More: The Future Is Now
Many of you know that I completely discount the whole climate alarmism as essentially nonsense. The climate has been changing as long as there has been a climate. Probably about the fourth day, “And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let […] . . . → Read More: A Climate of Fear, Cash and Correctitude: On the Prairie