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House’s DHS funding bill makes enforcement a priority

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Want funding for E-Verify? Done.

House’s DHS funding bill makes enforcement a priority

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1/9/2015 at 6:26pm
In last year’s budget battle, Rep. Tom Price, incoming House Budget Committee Chairman, proposed funding the Department of Homeland Security through the end of February. (DHS oversees immigration by way of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).) The idea was that if funding for DHS and subsequent entities were held…
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Hoodie Ban: Coming to a neighborhood near you

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Oklahoma lawmakers have FAR too much time on their hands

Hoodie Ban: Coming to a neighborhood near you

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1/9/2015 at 4:30pm
There’s no eloquent way to introduce a story about a group of elected officials who want to ban wearing hoods in public—so let’s just jump in. Oklahoma lawmakers are considering a bill that could make it a fineable offense to wear any kind of identity-concealing garment in a public place. Don’t…
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Remembering the anti-Semitic “pro-Palestinian” Paris riots of July 2014

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Anti-Semitic violence in Paris didn’t start with Hyper Cacher supermarket, and won’t end there.

Remembering the anti-Semitic “pro-Palestinian” Paris riots of July 2014

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1/9/2015 at 3:00pm
The attack by radical Islamists at the Paris Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket left four hostages dead, plus one of the gunmen. The Hyper Cacher supermarket attack appears to have been coordinated with the two men who killed 12 at Charlie Hebdo. The specter of widespread anti-Semitism on the streets of Paris is nothing…
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Charlie Hebdo isn’t backing down—next week’s cover proves it

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Their spirit is alive and well

Charlie Hebdo isn’t backing down—next week’s cover proves it

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1/9/2015 at 1:19pm
Terrorists murdered 10 members of Charlie Hebdo’s team on Wednesday; six of them were cartoonists, and all of them believed passionately in the right to express themselves via satire no matter who was likely to be offended by it. The remaining members of the editorial team have chosen to release an…
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Does GOP really no longer need Tea Party energy and activism?

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

“Too bad he doesn’t have so much ire for Democrats.”

Does GOP really no longer need Tea Party energy and activism?

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1/9/2015 at 11:23am
When I helped co-found a San Diego Tea Party group in 2009, one of our biggest action items was battling against Obamacare. Our members dialed Congress relentlessly, believing our representatives might weigh the will of the people.  What ever delusions I had about that concept utterly vanished when then Speaker of the…
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From #JeSuisCharlie to #JeSuisJuif — UPDATES — Multiple Hostages Dead (LIVE Coverage)

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Paris and France under siege.

From #JeSuisCharlie to #JeSuisJuif — UPDATES — Multiple Hostages Dead (LIVE Coverage)

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1/9/2015 at 9:35am
Overnight Eastern time a Kosher supermarket in Paris was attacked. Reports indicate two people killed and multiple people being held hostage. Meanwhile, the murderers of the the staff of Charlie Hebdo apparently are cornered and also have one or more hostages. UPDATES: UPDATE: French Pres. Hollande: 4 dead in Paris grocery store…
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Democrats’ First Act of Obstruction

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Now is the winter of our procedural discontent

Democrats’ First Act of Obstruction

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1/9/2015 at 8:30am
Yesterday, Senate Republicans attempted a procedural fast-track on the bipartisan Keystone XL jobs and infrastructure bill. The goal, according to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), was to immediately begin processing amendments to the controversial bill with the end goal of getting it to the President as soon as possible. McConnell asked for…
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The No-Go Zones of Europe

Posted by  ▪  January 9, 2015

Virtual Islamist states fueled by hatred of the Western civilization and particularly Jews.

The No-Go Zones of Europe

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1/9/2015 at 7:00am
Increased Muslim immigration to Europe has created small areas which are essentially countries within countries which European law enforcement officials have dubbed “No-Go Zones.” Rowan Scarborough of the Washington Times recently described what’s happening in France: Muslims segregated from French society in growing Islamist mini-states A backdrop to the massacre in Paris on Wednesday…
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State of the Union Preview: “Free” Community College?

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Entitlement—the “key to success!”

State of the Union Preview: “Free” Community College?

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1/8/2015 at 9:27pm
Today, President Obama unveiled a new plan to make two years of Community College free “to responsible students across America”—and it’s just as flawed as that knee-jerk gut reaction you just had told you it is. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s);…
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.@afbranco’s Pen v. the Sword – #JeSuisCharlie

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Fox News features.

.@afbranco’s Pen v. the Sword – #JeSuisCharlie

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1/8/2015 at 7:30pm
Our own A.F. Branco was highlighted in a FoxNews.com story about how cartoonists are reacting to the murders as Charlie Lebdo, Pen vs. sword: Cartoonists unite against Islamist terror: Cartoonists around the world rallied Thursday behind fellow artists killed in a terror attack in Paris because of their satirical drawings mocking Islam’s…
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Net Neutrality: FCC and Congress set to stand off

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Title II regulations? Not so fast.

Net Neutrality: FCC and Congress set to stand off

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1/8/2015 at 5:53pm
The next big Congressional standoff may not be over immigration or health care, but how the FCC should be allowed to regulate the internet and internet providers. Back in December, reports surfaced that lawmakers were meeting with industry officials to draft legislation that would prevent the FCC from implementing the aggressive net…
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#JeSuisCharlie: the manhunt continues

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

The manhunt continues

#JeSuisCharlie: the manhunt continues

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1/8/2015 at 4:15pm
Thousands of French police officers are going door-to-door in search of two suspects wanted for the terrorist killings at Charlie Hebdo. Said Kouachi, 34, and Chérif Kouachi, 32, are still at large, and the manhunt has spread past the outskirts of Paris and into surrounding areas. From USA Today: Prime Minister Manuel…
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Women waiting in line to use public toilets is… sexist?

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Denying women their god-given right to pee

Women waiting in line to use public toilets is… sexist?

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1/8/2015 at 2:30pm
Gendered restroom spaces have endured intense public scrutiny lately, but usually from the “stop with your fascist gender labels and let me pick my preferred pronoun!” crowd. So this piece in TIME is slightly outside of the “ban public restroom gender divisions” norm. Soraya Chemaly, the author, describes herself as a, “media critic…
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Barbara Boxer retiring – Run, Mitt, Run!

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Yes Ma’am

Barbara Boxer retiring – Run, Mitt, Run!

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1/8/2015 at 1:00pm
Barbara Boxer will be best remembered for dressing down a General during a hearing when he called her “Ma’am”: Boxer just announced, via an almost unwatchable video interview with her grandson, that she is retiring at the end of her term in 2016: No one told Nancy Pelosi: OMG watch Nancy Pelosi’s reaction when…
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Feds turn Harvard Law into PC parrot

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Law School sexual harassment “hypos” gone wild.

Feds turn Harvard Law into PC parrot

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1/8/2015 at 11:30am
Can federal officials declare you in violation of the law, not for actions that flout the text of a statute, but for failing to parrot the agency’s controversial views about how the statute should be applied in hypothetical situations? Recently, the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) did just that to…
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At #CharlieHebdo, seconds counted but the police were minutes away, and unarmed

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

Why weren’t First Responders to Charlie Hebdo massacre armed?

At #CharlieHebdo, seconds counted but the police were minutes away, and unarmed

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1/8/2015 at 9:50am
When Islamic radicals opened fire at the Paris office of Charlie Hebdo yesterday, a small group of French police officers rushed to the scene and then immediately fled—because they weren’t armed. Awr Hawkins of Breitbart reported: Unarmed Paris Police Officers Forced to Flee as Armed Terrorists Attack During the January 7 terror attack on…
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Heartbroken for Charlie Hebdo

Posted by  ▪  January 8, 2015

This is the price of Truth

Heartbroken for Charlie Hebdo

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1/8/2015 at 8:30am
Working in the political sphere has provided a sort of quasi-emotional inoculation. For the most part, I’m able to read and write about all kind of stories, tragedies, atrocities, and hypocrisies without having much more reaction than, “Seriously? You’ve got to be kidding me!” before moving on the next le sigh-worthy…
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