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Washington Whispers

June 12, 2013


We’re pretty familiar with the visible players in the Comprehensive Immigration Reform (Amnesty) scam. There’s the Democrat Party, Barack Obama, Labor Unions, the ‘Gang of Eight’, the usual useful idiots that pose as conservatives – Bob Barnes, Hugh Hewitt, Grover Norquist, the Cato Institute, the United States Chamber of Commerce and so forth. But there’s […]

A Pathway to Devastation

June 10, 2013


As I listen to the prominent voices championing Comprehensive Immigration Reform, whether they be among the politicos or the opinion makers, there is a universal theme.  The theme is that we owe a path to citizenship to 12 million migrants who violated our immigration laws.  It’s as if amnesty is not a matter of generosity, […]

I’ll Have An Ounce of Prevention, Please

May 7, 2013


Woven into the fabric of our unique American culture is the timeless wisdom of founding father, Benjamin Franklin.  Franklin, the author of the phrase, “An Ounce of Prevention is worth a Pound of Cure”, would be appalled at much that is going on in American politics, but probably not shocked. Ambassador and Postmaster Franklin counted […]

One Nation Under Fools

March 13, 2013


It’s not often I find myself shocked, disturbed and elated simultaneously. This story had that effect on me and I suspect you’ll concur. We have a new ‘Anti-Blasted Fool’ for 2013.  I’ve mentioned this before, by way of explanation, but permit me to update it.  A ‘Blasted Fool’ is a shameful, despicable, treacherous, traitorous, criminally […]

Citizenship the Right Way

March 6, 2012


Could you pass a US citizenship test? Enlarge New citizens recite the Pledge of Allegiance as the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) holds a naturalization ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington on Sept. 22, 2010. (UPI/Roger L. Wollenberg/Newscom) In order to become a US citizen, immigrants […]

Suenos de California? – No se puede

January 1, 2011


In this year’s 122nd annual Rose Bowl parade, the city of Sierra Madre and the Sierra Madre Float Association entered the sweepstakes once again with a Hispanic themed float dubbed ‘Suenos de California’.   Although it was put forth as a depiction of ‘Mission-era California’, the real perceived meaning, subliminal or otherwise, is the reversion […]