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Joltin’ Joe Kyrillos and the DREAM Act

In my previous post regarding State Senator Joe Kyrillos and the issue of immigration, I noted that Kyrillos’ own campaign website makes no mention whatsoever of his views on legal and illegal immigration – although he gave us a tantalizing … Continue reading

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In a Responsible and Sensitive Way

For the past two months, the informed and active portion of the GOP electorate has been following Rockin’ Robbo Eichmann’s determination to destroy U.S. Senate candidate Bader Qarmout with much the same fascination that movie-going audiences back in 1956 watched … Continue reading

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Protecting Future Democratic Voters

Is it just me, or isn’t the federal government of the United States, and those who administer its responsibilities, actually supposed to reinforce our laws? Evidently, the Obama Administration feels like squatters’ rights trump illegality: As states across the nation … Continue reading

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Debate in the Desert: Obama Joins the Chorus

Things got a little heated last night between candidates presently in second and third place, respectively, during the Republican Presidential Candidate debate in Las Vegas. In an already testy debate, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry got into a fight over … Continue reading

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The Case Against Willard “Mitt” Romney

He’s become – yet again since 2008 – the heart throb of the GOP Establishment but I call him the “Goldilocks Candidate:” not too conservative, not too liberal, but just the right amount of moderate to placate the mythical “independents” … Continue reading

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If You Enforce It, They Will Go

One of the most common – and easily dispatched – shibboleths of the illegal immigration debate is the rejoinder often heard from Democrats and liberals regarding strict enforcement of current federal immigration laws: “What are we supposed to do, simply … Continue reading

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The Republican Primary: A Three-Way Dance?

At a town hall meeting, held in front of a little over 200 people on the campus of St. Anshelm College in New Hampshire yesterday, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney fired back at the widely-held opinion that he flip-flops on … Continue reading

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The GOP Contenders: Is That All There Is?

While surfing the internet last night during the Fox News/Google Republican President Campaign Debate, I noticed that, besides Romney and Perry, the one name that conservatives on the web kept bringing up was someone who has not even entered the … Continue reading

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