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Shamnesty on the Senate Floor, Take 2 Plus: Is your senator a Teddy Kennedy Republican? Update: The YouTubed anti-amnesty hits keep coming Update: Session/Cornyn on the floor…report: Coleman to vote yes on cloture…GOP Sens renew press for clean amendment process…Reid begs for GOP votes Update: High noon–shamnesty prevails, 64-35
The roll (red underline indicates the ship-jumpers): Final vote: Shamnesty prevails, 64-35. Recess ’til 2:15pm. Will the “clay pigeon fly?” Stay tuned. The 17 ship-jumpers who went from anti-shamnesty to pro-shamnesty: Dems Bingaman, Boxer, Webb Repubs Bennett, Bond, Burr, Coleman, Collins, Domenici, Ensign, Gregg, Lott, McConnell, Murkowski, Snowe, Stevens, Warner One switcher from pro-amnesty to […]
Can there be peaceful coexistence between developers and People’s Park?
The mother of 2-year-old Alex Tsuji, killed by an illegal alien drunk driver, speaks out.
Senators ask Reid for a “free, open, and transparent amendment process”–so who’s standing in the way? Update: Reid’s response…it’s the White House and GOP Update: The seven who could stop amnesty
Today, five GOP senators appealed to Harry Reid not to use a cherry-picking amendment trick and cut off debate on the Bush-Kennedy shamnesty bill. Here’s their letter: Wanna know what Reid’s response was? Stay tuned. This entire process has stunk to high heaven from the get-go. No matter what happens on the Senate floor tomorrow […]
You can’t make this stuff up: “Part of a vehicle barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border was erected in the wrong country and soon will be removed and rebuilt on American soil, federal officials confirmed Monday.”
Late night news of the weird.
The Washington way: Screw up, move up.
Over the weekend, one of Mickey Kaus’s readers proposed that shamnesty opponents use YouTube to deliver a message to open-borders senators up for re-election. Bryan and I whipped up our first one–a quick, straightforward Hot Air negative ad with Lindsey Graham’s name on it: Muchas gracias, Señor Graham (click to play): *** Here again, via […]
Silky: The haircut story lives.
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What a freaking mess: Michael Kamburowski, an Australian immigrant who served as the California Republican Party’s chief operating officer, abruptly resigned Sunday — less than 24 hours after The Chronicle reported he had been ordered deported in 2001, jailed in connection with the order, and now has a $5 million wrongful arrest lawsuit pending against […]
The human rights outrage in Iran…and a challenge to Rosie O’Donnell and her ilk Update: The NYTimes backs away
Updated and bumped Originally posted June 24, 2007 @ 06:30am Today I am joining blogs Gateway Pundit, Ali Eteraz, and Iran Focus in reprinting the latest batch of Iranian repression photos being distributed by the regime’s state-run FARS News agency and ISNA. The innocent young men in the photos were beaten, humiliated, and arrested for […]
Pictures worth a thousand words: Harry Reid and Cameron Diaz Update: Diaz apologizes, hopes for “continued healing”
Cameron Diaz to Peru: “I’m an ogre!”
Audio: Teddy Kennedy sings in Spanish, promises illegal alien activist that “We won’t let you down, my friend” Update: Shamnesty’s “too close to call” Update: Rasmussen shows shamnesty support dropping again
Sen. Open Borders serenades illegal alien activists. Cover your ears!
SCOTUS round-up Plus: The $54 million pants case decided Update: Analysts Mull Possibility of Supreme Court Vacancy
Decisions, decisions, decisions: Builders prevail in endangered species lawsuit; Bush wins on faith-based initiatives; Bongs Hit 4 Jesus kid loses; political speech wins, McCain-Feingold weakened…
“The wheels are coming off the wagon.”
“I have been dressed in what is an explosive belt, which the kidnappers say will be detonated if there is an attempt to storm the area,” Mr Johnston said. “They say they are ready to turn the hideout into what they describe as a death zone if there is an attempt to free me by force … It seems the answer is to return to negotiations, which I am told are very close to achieving a deal.”
The perspective PBS doesn’t want you to see. Tonight on Fox News Channel. 9pm. Tune in.
I support Dunkin Donuts because they support our immigration laws.
Help! I’ve fallen from civil rights relevancy and I can’t get up.
Muslim headscarves are in. Christian purity rings are out. Double standards? What double standards?
I agree with the Democrats.
A mixed bag of links: No-spin video. Teddy Kennedy sings Spanish. Mensa toddler. Gideo Yago’s brother speaks. A valedictorian’s prayer is banned. And the blogroll is back.
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