Conservative Agenda for 2005 Conservative voters gave Republican politicians their best Christmas in at least half a century, conferring majorities at nearly all levels of government. Now, what will the politicians give the voters … [Read more...] about Conservative Agenda for 2005 — January 2005
Media headlines are blaming the House leadership for preventing passage of the giant Intelligence bill designed to restructure homeland security, but negotiations bogged down on the question of what to do about illegal aliens. How can we protect … [Read more...] about Homeland Security Should Protect Us From Diseases
The Democrats are trying to make a campaign issue out of George W. Bush's alleged plan to "privatize" Social Security, scaring seniors into thinking their checks will be cut off. That is a phony issue; all Bush suggests is to offer … [Read more...] about Totalization: Sellout of American Workers
Time Magazine Exposes Illegal Aliens Time Magazine broke through the media silence about illegal aliens with a cover story on September 20 called "America's Border: Who Left the Door Open?" The well-documented article is a … [Read more...] about Time Magazine Exposes Illegal Aliens — November 2004
It's not often that a state attorney general declines to defend a state law. Kansas passed a law allowing its illegal aliens to attend its state universities at discount tuition rates, and some out-of-state citizens who have to pay higher tuition … [Read more...] about Taxpayer Subsidies For Illegal College Students
A favorite argument of those who support amnesty for illegal aliens is: current laws can't be enforced (like Prohibition and the 55-mile-an-hour speed limit) so we might as well adjust to reality. That's about like telling a woman, you … [Read more...] about Don’t Give Criminals A Sanctuary
Borders, Trucks, Citizenship, Sanctuary Unsafe Life on the Border The television news media bring us daily, graphic reports from Iraq, where valiant Americans are battling danger, death and destruction of property. So … [Read more...] about Borders, Trucks, Citizenship, Sanctuary — May 2004
In a world of inhumanity, war and terrorism, American citizenship is a very precious possession. It affords rights that residents of other countries can only dream of. So who is eligible to claim American citizenship? The U.S. Supreme Court may soon … [Read more...] about Who Is An American Citizen?
When President Bush unveiled his “temporary foreign workers” plan, he got cheers from his carefully selected invitees in the East Room of the White House, but he's getting jeers from everyone else from Rep. Tom Tancredo to Senator Ted … [Read more...] about Amnesty By Any Other Name
Were Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge's Miami meanderings (a) a gaffe, (b) a trial balloon, (c) an announcement of his department's policy, or (d) an announcement of Bush Administration policy? We are entitled to know the answer to that … [Read more...] about Does Tom Ridge Believe in the Rule of Law?