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Is GOP ready for Obama’s Attorney General fight? by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 Gird your loins, Beltway Republicans. Election Day is barely over, but the progressive left is locked and loaded for battle over President Obama’s next U.S. attorney general. Liberals unhappy with the administration’s failure to deliver a mass illegal alien amnesty […]
“…their home countries are associated with special national security concerns.”
Yes, they did.
Dick Lamm (left); Mike McGarry of the Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform (center) and me, Jan. 8, 2003, Denver, Colorado. I have had the pleasure of speaking and debating alongside former Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm. In Colorado five years ago, we took on an open-borders contingent that was pushing for the illegal alien ID card […]
Arnie and Billy Jeff team up.
A few items for you this morning on our leading GOP immigration drag queens running for president. First up: Video of Mayor Rudy Giuliani boasting that NYC is “quite tolerant of undocumented immigration and this shouldn’t surprise you because I’ve been mayor of this city a long time and outspoken on this issue even nationally, […]
Update: Romney vs. Giuliani on immigration enforcement. Ask them where they stand on the Bush Treasury Department’s approval of the matricula consular card. *** You know I’m happy to bash San Francisco when the moonbatty town deserves it, which is often, but you’ll pardon me for not getting overly worked up over the Bay Area […]
Here’s our second Hot Air video report from CPAC–An interview with Newt Gingrich during his visit to bloggers’ row. Topics covered: illegal and legal immigration, the Diversity Visa Lottery (he’d kill it), Visa Express and Saudi visas, the matricula consular card (he said he doesn’t know about it), the war, and defeating Hillary Clinton. My […]
Video: Dennis Miller cashes out of Bank of America in protest of its new credit card program for illegal immigrants. Baltimore Sun: “At face value the program seems to be problematic,” said Russ Knocke, a department spokesman. “It seems to be lending itself to possibilities of perpetrating identity theft or creating more risk for money […]