Monthly Archives: June 2010

Obama’s bad times means change is coming

          It’s a bad day in a bad week of a bad year for Barack Obama. Worn thin-skinned by 17 months of one political disaster after another at home and abroad and entering the home stretch of game-changing mid-term elections, … Continue reading

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Arizona held hostage, Missouri gets a pass

          Over at the American Thinker blog, Timothy Birdnow writes about Missouri’s immigration regulations that went into effect unchallenged while Arizona’s SB 1070 which is very similar in wording and intent became a national controversy. No boycotts, no marches featuring Nazi … Continue reading

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Government hypes Hotline for America’s illegal workers

          From the Department of Counter-Productive Government comes a consumer hotline establishing the right of illegal workers to receive the same pay rights as legal workers.           Mark Hemingway’s barbed comment about the Labor Department’s efforts to ensure illegals are paid, … Continue reading

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Like rats from a sinking ship

          A report from the Telegraph in the United Kingdom speculates that White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel plans to resign following the mid-term elections.           Rahmbo has the survival instincts of a rodent and wants to be as far … Continue reading

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For Arizona it is politics before security

          An Arizona Republic story states that securing the border is an impossible task, so unfeasible that comprehensive amnesty is the only solution. The U.S. cannot stop all illegal immigration so why try. His example that drugs and criminal acts … Continue reading

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Who cares? Neither one is helping

This headline has been up for hours on Matt Drudge’s website. BP CEO GOES SAILING OBAMA GOES GOLFING           After watching oil spew for months, presidential dithering and consults with academes, pointless Congressional hearings, conspiracy to delay and prevent clean-up efforts while BP … Continue reading

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Stoking the fire on a powder keg

          According to news out of Israel the largest fleet of American warships in many years, accompanied by an Israeli navy ship, traversed the Suez Canal. An Iranian flotilla and two Lebanese ships are en route to Gaza with relief … Continue reading

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Incendiary free speech: expressed opinion spurs arsons

     In the Show Me State, one man expressed his opinion that Democrats are the party of parasites. An intolerant critic of the man’s viewpoint decided to show the farmer their displeasure.      Twice, someone torched the 40-foot truck trailer … Continue reading

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By what authority?

Ben Stein, writing for The American Spectator asks by what authority the president acts to create and enforce new enactments without Congressional legislation. Pointing out the fears driving the Tea Party, Stein sees the need for Obama to be stopped. Daniel Oliver predicts a crash and … Continue reading

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Nogales Arizona Police targeted by Mexican cartels

A friend sent this link to a Nogales International story. Off-duty officers who encountered drug smugglers on the American side of the border received death threats from a Mexican smuggling cartel. Stay away or die. Our own police and law enforcement officers have … Continue reading

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