Dear Republicans: Do We Seriously Want Foreign Mercenary Armies?

So we know there are some who are concerned that not enough young people support U.S. military adventurism. We also know that some major Republicans have an inexplicable thirst for “comprehensive immigration control” despite the fact that their base is hostile toward it and the rest of the nation is apathetic about it. Are the Republicans worried we will run out of soldiers? From Breitbart.com: House Republicans are quietly working to insert immigration legislation into the text of the Read more […]

Paul Ryan Claims We Must Have “Immigration Reform” To Fill All Those Vacant Jobs!

In a way, I could agree with Paul Ryan that reforming our immigration laws “is a matter of when, not if.” But that would mean we do it when we have Republican ownership of both the House and the Senate, or when we own both of them as well as the Presidency. But the very fact that Ryan keeps pushing, even when others in Congress tell him no, makes it look like he must want it sooner than that. He actually wants the Senate’s plan—the bloated, big-government, big-business piece of crony capitalism. But, Read more […]

Pro-Immigration Forces Start Virtual Blood-Feud?

The Liberal double standards get more bizarre each day. Back when the Congress submitted a budget that defunded Obamacare, we were told that was the height of irrationality. Everyone knew, we were told, that Republicans had no chance of getting the Affordable Care Act abolish, so it was purely childish for them to even try to do so. Every time Ted Cruz spoke up in favor of  the attempt, and said it was a good thing to try, people mocked him as if he were delusional. So now, in the midst of the Read more […]

Dems Want Vote On Amnesty Now, RINOs Want To Wait Till After Primaries

What does it tell you when Democrats are saying that a vote should happen now but Republicans want to wait until later—after certain elections have been held? According to the Washington Times, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday there is a bipartisan majority in the House of Representatives ready to pass a comprehensive immigration overhaul bill, but she may never get the chance to prove it if GOP Speaker John A. Boehner doesn’t bring a vote in the Republican-lead House. “With 28 Republicans Read more […]