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Archive for the 'Immigration' Category

Florida Republican Calls For Internment Camps For Illegal Immigrants

by @ Friday, August 13th, 2010. Filed under Dumbasses, Immigration, Political Parties, Politics, Republicans

No matter how hard you try,

The Post Where I Actually Agree With Mike Huckabee

by @ Thursday, August 12th, 2010. Filed under Immigration, Mike Huckabee, Politicos & Pundits, Politics

It was bound to happen at some point, but I agree completely with Mike Huckabee’s take on the “birthright citizenship” debate: (CNN) – Mike Huckabee says he’s against changing portions of the Constitution that automatically grant citizenship to children of immigrants born in the United States – a position that puts the potential 2012 Republican […]

Judge Napolitano: Birthright Citizenship Debate Is Meaningless Political Talk

by @ Thursday, August 12th, 2010. Filed under Immigration, Individual Liberty, Politics

Once again, Judge Napolitano tells it like it is: I reached much the same conclusion in a post last week at Outside The Beltway.

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Arizona Immigration Law Is Unconstitutional

by @ Saturday, July 31st, 2010. Filed under History, Immigration, Individual Liberty, Politics

This is from a few weeks ago, but it’s spot-on:

Reason’s Nick Gillespie Debates Author Of Arizona Immigration Law

by @ Wednesday, July 28th, 2010. Filed under Immigration, Individual Liberty, Politics

An excellent debate from last week’s Stossel: Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com

Lou Dobbs Doesn’t Believe Illegal Immigrants Have Natural Rights

by @ Monday, July 12th, 2010. Filed under Immigration, Individual Liberty

I always knew Lou Dobbs was an ass, this just proves it: Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com

A Conservative’s Case Against Anti-Immigration Laws

by @ Monday, June 21st, 2010. Filed under Immigration, Politics

Fellow Virginia blogger Shaun Kenney makes an argument for why conservatives in general, and Catholics in particular, should oppose restrictive immigration laws: I do not recognize the argument that says 20 million people who desire to better their lot in life and participate in America’s free enterprise system are “illegal” in nature and should be […]

Arizona Governor: I Don’t Care If Your Child Is A Citizen, Get `Em The Hell Out Of Here

by @ Sunday, June 13th, 2010. Filed under Immigration, Individual Liberty, Politics

Yet another reason to dislike the State of Arizona:

Rand Paul Is Wrong About Immigration

I’m usually pretty supportive of Rand Paul, but there are some issues where he’s wrong, and immigration is one of them: Paul recently suggested to a Russian TV station that the U.S. should abandon its policy of granting citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants — even if they’re born on U.S. soil. Paul also […]

Further Evidence That Immigration Is Causing The GOP To Lose Hispanic Voters

A new poll from MSNBC seems to indicate that the Republican Party’s immigration position is costing it support among Hispanic voters: 68% of Latinos approve of Obama’s job (compared with 48% of overall respondents and 38% of whites), and they view the Democratic Party favorably by a 54%-21% score (versus 41%-40% among all adults and […]

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