Jolly (R) Wins FL13, Who Knew?

One Associated Press piece in the local paper titled Fla. House race could be warning for Democrats was all there was in the news media about the republican win in a district that voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012. In a contest that was described as a bellwether for the midterm elections in November, …

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Obama’s War On Women, Poor, Hispanics, And Young

For better or worse, a truism of American politics is that voters vote their pocketbooks. Yet according to a new report on median household incomes by Sentier Research, in 2012 millions of American voters apparently cast ballots contrary to their economic self-interest. A testament to the power of a media devoted to their president. Now …

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Illegals Can Get Coverage Under ACA

Joe Wilson was right when he shouted “you lie” to Obama when he said that illegals wouldn’t be covered under Obamacare. Of course everyone knew that. After all, it’s why the Heller Amendment was defeated. In a virtual town hall meeting hosted by Spanish-language media outlets on Thursday, President Obama wanted Latinos to know that “I’ve got …

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Boehner Signals Surrender

The problem with Speaker Boehner and the rest of the establishment Republicans who are meeting in Maryland to come up with an agenda for 2014 and beyond, is that they are letting Obama and Democrats set the narrative. Democrats want this, they want that, whether it’s Obamacare, deficit spending, minimum wage, Immigration Reform. The latter …

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Open Letter To President Obama

Below is a rant-turned-letter that was prompted by a Facebook post from Barack Obama’s OFA that started like this: We have an opportunity to fix America’s broken immigration system, grow our economy, and give undocumented youth and their families the chance to earn their citizenship. Mr. Barack Obama, President of the United States Here’s a clue …

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Obama’s Heckler, Ju Hong, A Prop-ed Plant

No appearance President Obama makes is random or unscripted. Including this heckler , Ju Hong, who interrupted his speech on immigration in San Francisco on Monday. Hong shouted out because his family has been torn apart by U.S. immigration policy — and the administration has done nothing to help them. Don’t think for a second …

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New ICE Director Sandweg, Least Qualified

John Sandweg quietly assumed the job as Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the largest agency within Homeland Security. Like his predecessor, Janet (Big Sis) Napolitano, Sansweg is but another political operative. Not a law enforcement officer. And like his predecessor, doesn’t have to be told to do whatever possible to help illegal immigration, …

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How Come Mexico Can Require Voters To Prove Citizenship And Arizona Can’t?

The Supreme Court has ruled that it was bad for the state of Arizona to require proof of citizenship for voters. In a serious country, this wouldn’t even be an issue. And it isn’t—in Mexico. Learn how Motor Voter (1993) was so important to voter fraud and, why the Supreme Court still prohibits States to …

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Let me get this straight: If you cross the borders into Mexico illegally you will be jailed for up to two years. But, if you cross the United States border illegally you could get: A driver’s license Access to Social Security and Medicare Access to Food stamps and Welfare Subsidized rent or a loan to …

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“One Spin, One Win,” The 2014 Election

You could say that politics in 2013 and leading up to the 2014 election is not unlike the wheel games on the boardwalk. A big win for either party is not certain. It’s not even certain is that one party will win. The balance of power could stay as it is, which isn’t enough to …

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