Our immigration system is invariably referred to as “broken.” It’s not.
It’s just now enforced by agents afraid to hurt anyone’s feelings for fear of reprisal by some minion of the Obama administration. The last president who actually wanted to enforce immigration laws was Eisenhower. Eisenhower, incidentally, was the last president who was a great patriot and proven leader. Presidents since, with the partial exception of Reagan, have been merely politicians adept at making promises they rarely keep.
Now with millions of native-born Americans desperate for work, the D.C. powers that be think the ... continue reading »
I wanted to thank you for your diligence in keeping us informed about our make-believe president. Our mainstream media should do so well, the cowards. If not for you, we would be left in the dark.
Thank you so much.
The Hostess Company (makers of Twinkies, etc.) went out of business because economic conditions made it unprofitable. Contributing factors to their bankruptcy were the union costs and possible management budget decisions. However, a foremost factor in the failure of this company can be attributed to the high unemployment in this bad economy. The bottom line is Obama’s flawed policies are the cause of the appalling national economy.
The loss of jobs is happening to other companies all over the country. In the near future, 13 major companies, and a large number of medium and smaller companies, plan massive layoffs. The probabili ... continue reading »
I love your column and agree with you probably 99 percent of the time.
What I can’t understand as I see the comments, etc., from our Republican leaders is that it seems like no one is addressing the suspicious election results in so many place that seem to be obvious fraud. Too many places there are indications of this, and no one seems to be addressing it.
If we let election fraud go, it will only get worse, and it won’t matter who we run. Every suspicious result needs to be addressed, and any fraud should be prosecuted. But I don’t see anything like this happening. I’m beginning t ... continue reading »
I agree with you. The Akin seat was winnable, granted he made a mistake, according to leading physicians, not in his conclusion but in his wording, promoting that conclusion. It shocked me to see the RNC pull the plug on him. Had they stayed with him, he would have won. West was another one, “too conservative,” I recall Rove saying. Yet, on his own, he lost by less than one point.
Voter fraud: Granted, in a moment of stupidity, the RNC signed an agreement 3 ... continue reading »
I would like to thank the local deluded leftists for all of the humor they continue to write to this publication. From the blather of “Faux News,” when that network is the only one who actually reports rather than manufacture news, to the “mandate” that the Kenyan is supposed to have gained. With a razor-thin win brought about from only 57 percent of the electorate bothering to vote, his “win” is hardly a mandate. In that line of thinking, I will blow my conservative horn and proclaim a “mandate” for the Republican-controlled Congress to keep the communist Kenyan in check.
The reality ... continue reading »