Cruz Takes Trap-Question About Deportation, and Blows it Out of the Water

“No legacy is so rich as honesty.” – William Shakespeare We’ve developed into a society in which honesty is the most hated value. Honesty often acts as a knife, paring away deception that’s been carefully layered over the truth. That can be tremendously painful, and as a result, we’ve essentially let go of honesty, and replaced it with lies. We are masterful liars. We lie because it benefits us personally, or it makes the people to whom we’re lying feel better. In the end, however, a lie is damaging Read more […]

Cuban Refugees Making their Way to the USA via Latin America

Central American leaders announced thousands of Cuban migrants who were on the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border will be airlifted to El Salvador and placed on buses that will travel to the United States. This migration is the result of a forceful push by Pope Francis that Central American leaders help migrants reach the U.S. Foreign ministers of several Central American countries met in Guatemala City where they reached the agreement Monday on how to deport the Cuban migrants to the U.S. The governments Read more […]

On Amnesty: Cruz, Rubio, and ‘Compassion’

“We must reject the idea that every time a law’s broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.” – Ronald Reagan As the divide between the Rubioites and the Cruzians expands, several themes have begun to come into sharp focus. One such theme is the contrast between those who support amnesty/legalization, and those who do not. As arguments become more barbed, they often become less intelligent, Read more […]

Ridiculous Meme on Facebook Shows Just How Shallow Leftist Thinking is shared a meme on Facebook that, as of this posting, has over 21,500 “likes.” The meme is a photograph of an American Indian, and the caption reads: “Let me get this straight. You’re afraid of refugees coming to America, killing you, and taking your property?” The comments section is brimming with affirmations such as “Right on!” and “Love this!” Sure, there is some dissent, but the fact that more than 21,500 people clicked the like button means that at least 21,500 people are completely Read more […]

44% of Democrats Support Taking Refugees From Aladdin’s Hometown of Agrabah

I read that headline to my wife, and she chuckled, “Oh, where Aladdin lives? How nice of them.” Yes, where the Disney character Aladdin lives and the central location of the popular 90’s kids’ animated movie of the same name. According to a poll conducted by WPA Research, 44% of Democrats support taking in refugees from the fictional city. Breitbart reported: WPA Research asked Democrats “Would you support or oppose allowing refugees from Agrabah to be re-settled in the United States?” Read more […]

Ted Cruz Didn’t Ever Support Legalization

As the field began to emerge for the Republican nomination, I had high hopes. This is all well before the official campaign announcements–before the speculations even. This was near the end of 2013, when I began to get a sense of who was gearing up to take a run at the nomination. There were the usual suspects: Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal; you could see their candidacies coming from a mile away. Then there were the candidacies that seemed like a bit of a gamble: Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Read more […]

Stop Whining About Non-Existent Civil Liberties, and Check Migrants’ Social Media–Public and Private

“That’s not who we are.” – President Obama when his mouth is open Sometimes, I feel like Obama is a robot experiencing a software glitch; he’ll get stuck on a subject or a phrase and it just doesn’t stop. I suppose it’s endemic to all politicians, but if I hear the president say “That’s not who we are” just one more time, I may have to drive a pair of screwdrivers into my own ears. The most recent variation of this phrase came when he was speaking of vetting incoming migrants. According to ABC Read more […]

Obama’s Anti-Terror Strategy is to Keep Losing Like We Have Been

Obama’s commitment to continue the current American anti-terror strategy has managed to upset both sides of the argument. At this point, Obama doesn’t have much to lose. He has a dwindling number of final days in the Oval Office, and he has made it clear that he intends to pursue his own brand of policy initiatives to the bitter end. In case you missed Obama’s speech on December 6 (and believe me, you didn’t miss much new information), Obama doubled down on the current American anti-terror Read more […]

Ted Cruz is Not a Hypocrite for Admiring Ronald Reagan, but Opposing Amnesty

There’s a particular topic I’ve been avoiding for quite some time. Perhaps “avoiding” is the wrong word, as it denotes a sort of fear. Rather, I’ve let a dog lie because it didn’t seem important in the long run. I was wrong. As the race for the Republican nomination becomes increasingly about Cruz v. Rubio, a necessary topic has come up that didn’t need to be talked about before. Cruz and Rubio differ on several key issues, but the issue over which they differ the most, and one of the more contentious Read more […]

Poll: 70% of American Muslims Vote Democrat; Only 11% Vote Republican

Of course most American Muslims vote Democrat. That’s why the Democratic party and Obama are so friendly to them. They call Republicans Islamophobes, racists and bigots for calling out Muslim terrorists. But that’s always been political posturing. And they’re very careful not to ever associate terrorism with Islam or Muslims in America. They don’t want to offend Muslims, because Muslims are a pretty significant voting bloc. The Washington Examiner reported: Muslims are the fast growing religious Read more […]

San Bernardino Shooters Got Illegal Guns After Breaking Immigration Laws and Lying to Immigration Officials

San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook’s ability to bring a Pakistani wife to the country through an online relationship exposes loopholes in the U.S. immigration system terrorist organizations can capitalize on. Farook and Tashfeen Malik met on a dating website and maintained an online relationship prior to Malik coming to the U.S. in July, 2014. Malik, a Pakistani citizen, entered the country on a K-1 visa, commonly known as a fiance visa. Numbers from the U.S. Department of State Read more […]

‘Christian Kindness’ Has Been Weaponized Against Those Wary of Syrian ‘Refugees’

You know when liberals–who have never touched a bible because it would burn them–chuck scripture at you because they want to expose you as a hypocrite, thus making themselves look better? Yeah, it’s that time again. Twenty-seven governors and counting have stated that they will not accept further Syrian refugees in the wake of the mass-casualty attack in Paris at the hands of the Islamic State. There’s little need for me to tell you why these governors are shutting the gates, but I’ll recap Read more […]