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Obama administration vows to take deportation amnesty fight to Supreme Court — and win

Obama administration vows to take deportation amnesty fight to Supreme Court — and win

The White House vowed Tuesday to appeal to the Supreme Court this week’s court ruling blocking President Obama’s deportation amnesty, and Hispanic voters said they’ll make Republicans pay at the polls for supporting the lawsuit in which a three-judge panel ruled President Obama broke immigration law in granting tentative status to illegal immigrants. Republicans hailed […]

CA Republicans to push immigration reform

CA Republicans to push immigration reform

Democratic Debate: They promised a ‘bunch of free stuff’

Democratic Debate: They promised a ‘bunch of free stuff’

    Watching the Democratic Debate I saw a call for more free stuff. I saw a call for more amnesty, free college. More free Obama care coverage. The one thing I did not see was how we were going to pay for all this. We have $18 trillion in National Debt and counting with […]

Immigration and the Wage Race to the Bottom

Immigration and the Wage Race to the Bottom

By Michael Cutler, October 12, 2015     The best remedy for reducing “income inequality” that the Left ignores. On June 16, 2015 Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) posted my article: Immigration System Must Work for Best Interests of Americans America, first and foremost, is comprised of its citizens not rivers parks and cities.  We have never […]

Mexican, Central American immigrants slower to assimilate in U.S.

Mexican, Central American immigrants slower to assimilate in U.S.

Immigrants overall do rather well at assimilating into the U.S., see but there are major differences – particularly for poor Mexican and Central American immigrants, whose families lag behind the kind of integration the U.S. has prided itself on for decades, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine said in a report Monday. Immigrants […]

Trump and the Downfall of America—We’re sick of it!

Trump and the Downfall of America—We’re sick of it!

    By Michael Greer The Left and the mainstream media (or the drive by media, if you like) are so perplexed by the popularity of Donald Trump. They’re all scratching their heads that he can’t be taken down by their usual Saul Alinsky tactics. They thought they could take him out right way when, […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Refugees Responsibility

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Refugees Responsibility

  IBD says that McKinley was our first colonialist president. Obama is our first anti-colonialist president. That explains  why Mt. Mckinley is now just Denali. Nobody got hurt, except for some feelings here in Ohio. Refugees The unraveling of colonial arrangements in the Middle East has been less benign. Refugees are flooding Europe. The White House announced yesterday that […]

Arizona’s Immigration Law Survives

Arizona’s Immigration Law Survives

    By Michael Cutler, September 8, 2015 It has been said, “Nature abhors a vacuum.”  The vacuum created by the administration where the effective enforcement of our nation’s immigration laws were concerned motivated Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and her state’s legislature to enact an immigration law, SB 1070, that largely paralleled sections of the current […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Europe Migration

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Europe Migration

    Bokbluster.com September 2, 2015 Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator.  People like this don’t work for free, so would you help us with our Adopt-a-Reporter program?  If you like and would be willing to help support a writer, DONATE and send us an email referencing the donation, which will be earmarked for […]

Immigration protests go worldwide, many angrier than U.S. at job, culture losses

Immigration protests go worldwide, many angrier than U.S. at job, culture losses

By Paul Bedard  8-18-15   In signs of a world revolt against immigration, a remarkable survey of some of the most populated nations finds that an average of half polled believe there are too many immigrants in their countries and nearly as many believe the newcomers are changing culture for the worse. And the United […]