Monthly Archives: May 2006

Open Thread

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May 31, 2006
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Well, it’s almost Friday!!!

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Democrat Sratagests and the Bill

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May 31, 2006
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From Lou Dobbs Tonight “DOBBS: Very quickly, if you can give me just a one word answer, Richard, do we get immigration legislation, do we get an immigration law this year? BROOKHISER: I hope not. It would be bettor have nothing. DOBBS: Robert? ZIMMERMAN: No. SHEINKOPF: No. DOBBS: From your lips to God’s ears,...

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Xenophobia?

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May 31, 2006
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Is liberal democrat Ed Koch xenophobic? “The 11 million illegals should not and will not be put on buses and sent home. So what should happen? Every single U.S. employer that is knowingly, or without doing due diligence, hiring illegals should be sent to prison for at least six months. If no jobs are...

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Dunkin’ Donuts to Screen Workers

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May 31, 2006
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As regular readers know, for two years now I’ve been harping on a plan that would mandate that all employers check their employees’ Social Security Numbers against an SSA database. The system to do this has been in place for years. Over 6,000 employers voluntarily use it. The system has processed 980,000 numbers so...

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Liberal Columnist David Broder

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May 31, 2006
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Liberal columnist David Broder has some insight on the “immigration” bill passing this year. “But with Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and the principal author of the House bill, likely to lead the House negotiators, it’s doubtful Davis will get his wish. And it’s doubtful that Bush...

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Unseating Chris Cannon

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May 31, 2006
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Republican Rep. Chris Cannon has been one of the most hardcore agents of Mexico in the Republican House Caucus. Now he’s paying the price, with a very strong primary challenge from an American patriot. Read all about it, and how you can help, here.

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Immigration in the Republican Primaries

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May 31, 2006
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The issue of immigration has already proven decisive in at least two Republican primaries this year: 1. In Nebraska, enormously popular Rep. Tom Osborne lost the Republican primary for governor, in large part because he supports in-state tuition at state colleges for the children of illegal invaders. 2. In California, in the race to...

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Da Vinci

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May 30, 2006
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Maybe there is hope for Western Civilization after all: The DaVinci Code, produced by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks, suggests that Jesus Christ married Mary Magdalene and had children by her. Those who feared that the movie might undermine the faith of Christians may be re-assured to know that Americans overwhelmingly view the...

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22 Reasons

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May 30, 2006
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John Hawkins: 22 Problems With The Senate’s Illegal Immigration Bill

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Ric Keller Deserves Our Help

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May 30, 2006
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Congressman Ric Keller who serves Central Florida, deserves our full support; “Rep. Ric Keller, who analysts said could lose his Orlando district if there is a powerful anti-Republican wave in November, said that “there has never been more intensity on any issue in the last six years than illegal immigration.” In town hall meetings,...

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Are they Journalists?

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May 30, 2006
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USAToday has this headline, “U.S. moving 1,500 reserve troops to Iraq” for an AP Article. Does anyone think that they are trying to mislead readers into thinking that more Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers are going to Iraq? You have to read the article to understand that is not the case; The 1st...

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Florida Senate Primary Challengers

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May 30, 2006
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Most Floridians do not realize that Katherine Harris will have to defeat three other Republicans in the Senate Primary. One interesting challenger is William McBride; “McBride, 33, grew up in Florida as the son of migrant workers and built himself into a successful businessman able to put millions of his own money into the...

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Details and History

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May 30, 2006
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From Michelle Malkins Immigration Blog on the looming repeat of immigration document fraud; “Out of all the chatter going on about illegal alien amnesty, no Main Stream Media writer has picked up on the “under the red cover” scandal of the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) 1986 Amnesty—the dirty business of known fraudulent...

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2006 Florida Senate Race

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May 30, 2006
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On April 29, 2006, Alexander K. McClure described Katherine Harris’s race for the Senate as ultimately falling “somewhere between rout and debacle.” If you are wondering why this might be the case, having only heard her with Sean Hannity, you can listen to her remarks to Bud Hedinger (AM 540 WFLA) last Thursday. Keep...

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Bipartisan my @((

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May 30, 2006
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Words are very interesting in politics and in the media. The Senate passed an “Immigration Bill” which was supported by a minority of Republicans (23) and a majority of Democrats (38). The old media nicely calls that the “bipartisan” backing of the bill. The House passed an “Immigration Bill” which was supported by a...

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