Sunday, May 27, 2007

The Bush-Kennedy Amnesty

The Bush-Kennedy amnesty is a threat to America. The bill would provide amnesty and the possibility of citizenship to 12-20 million illegal aliens. It would cost American jobs. It would cost taxpayers $2.5 trillion dollars. It would promote gun control and threaten American sovereignty. Most conservatives and Republican presidential candidates oppose the bill.

The text of the bill (from Truth Laid Bear)

The contents of the bill.
Michelle Malkin: The comprehensive open-borders goodie bag
WND: Tax amnesty for illegals
Robert Rector: The Fiscal Cost of Low-Skill Immigrants to the U.S. Taxpayer
GOA: Immigration Bill Could Outlaw Gun Shops
WND: North America 'partnership' fast-tracked in border bill
Human Events: Details Revealed of Senate Compromise Bill
Ed Royce: Congressman Royce (R.-Calif.) Responds to Immigration Bill
Robert Rector: AMNESTY $$$$$

Commentary on the bill.
Thomas Sowell: The Amnesty Fraud Part I Part II Part III
Steve Sailer: Senate Amnesty Sellout–An Attempted Coup Against America
Jed Babbin: Make the Immigration Bill another "Miers Moment" for President Bush
Brian Bilbray: What Part of Illegal Don’t Senators Understand?
Mac Johnson: The Great Lie At The Heart Of The Senate Amnesty Bill
James Edwards: Blind-Faith Amnesty

Reaction to the bill.
Michael McCormack: An Incensed American
WND: Only 26% favor immigration bill
Human Events: Illegal Immigration is Key Concern to Voters
Katherine Lopez: Right Revolt

General commentary.
Wayne Simmons: Border Security: Let's Get Serious
Terry Jeffrey: Demand-Side Immigration Reform
Ann Coulter: Importing a Slave Class
Duncan Hunter: If We Build it They Won't Come
Robert Sanchez: Inviting Our Own Problems
Michelle Malkin: Jihadists Exploit Our Hospitality and Open Borders . . . Again
Michelle Malkin: A Lesson in Open-Borders Math
Lynn Woolley: Face to Face with Illegal Immigration
Pat Buchanan: The Dark Side of Diversity

Sunday, May 20, 2007


This update focuses on government. Government spends more and more money on wasteful and counterproductive programs. Its actions threaten free speech, freedom of religion, and civil liberties.

John Stossel argues that cutting taxes requires cutting spending.
John Stossel says the majority of Americans depend on government.
Ron Paul shows that "hate crimes" laws threaten freedom.
Dennis Behreandt explores government threats to civil liberties.
JH Huebert argues that NASA wastes taxpayer money.
Ron Paul explores the limits of government security.
Mark Fitzgibbons exposes Democrats' efforts to suppress speech.
Ron Paul explains how the government promotes racism.
Ron Paul reports that federal spending will be $3 trillion in 2008.
Helen Krieble documents the growth of government.
Kurt Hyde explains how government facilitates identity theft.
Ann Coulter documents politically motivated prosecutions.
Walter Williams explains the importance of private property.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

News from Abroad

This update focuses on news from abroad. Iran continues to pursue nuclear weapons, and held some British soldiers hostage for two weeks. Some disturbing elements in Islam are not widely reported. Russia continues in descent into tyranny. France recently elected a pro-America president, Nicholas Sarkozy.

Walter Williams examines the Iranian hostage situation.
Alireza Jafarzadeh examines Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's past.
Nile Gardiner examines Iran's seizure of British soldiers.
WND reports that Iran is ringed with towering mountains.

Robert Spencer examines the reality of Islamic slavery.
Aryeh Spero explains what's wrong with Islam.
Robert Spencer exposes the beliefs of radical Islam in Britain.
Robert Spencer explains the truth about Muhammad.

Michael Economides examines Putin's suppression of dissent.
Ariel Cohen examines the growing danger in Russia.
Caspar Weinberger examines what Vladimir Putin wants.
Paul Williams examines the Russian poisoning case.

Terry Hulsey reviews a book on the evil of Mao Zedong.
Mike Franc examines Chinese anti-satellite weapons.

Sunday, May 06, 2007

North American Union

This update focuses on the North American Union (NAU). Opposition to the NAU continues to grow. The Idaho and Montana legislatures have passed resolutions against the NAU. The Texas legislature has passed bill delaying the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC). The Department of Transportation has approved a plan to allow Mexican trucks on American highways. The European Union and United Nations also threaten sovereignty.

Jerome Corsi reports federal government threats against Texas.
Jerome Corsi writes that the Texas legislature opposes the TTC.
WND shows that most Texans oppose the Trans-Texas Corridor.
Gary Hoitsma chronicles opposition to the Trans-Texas Corridor.

Frank Gaffney explains the ideology of transnationalism.
Jerome Corsi explains the government plan for Mexican trucks.
Phyllis Schlafly exposes new efforts for Puerto Rican statehood.
Phyllis Schlafly explains the dangers of Mexican trucks.
WND shows that many states have resolutions against the NAU.
Kelly Taylor explains Arizona State's advocacy of the NAU.

Pat Buchanan discusses opposition to the European Union.
Thomas Kilgannon shows how the United Nations rips us off.
Phyllis Schlafly shows that the UN supports the ERA and CEDAW.

More information:
North American Union: Eagle Forum Stop the NAU Stop SPP
Trans-Texas Corridor: Corridor Watch
European Union: Brussels Journal EU Referendum