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A Definition of Amnesty

 Definition: Generally, amnesty is defined as any governmental pardon for past offenses or crimes, especially political ones. Granting amnesty goes beyond a pardon, in that it forgives the said offense completely. For purposes of conservative politics, amnesty is a political term typically associated with two major issues — immigration and capital punishment. As it relates […] Continue reading →

Let Us Now praise Democratic Hypocrisy

Jonah Goldberg  Throughout my life, various Republicans have suggested amending the Constitution in one way or another. A few years ago, they suggested revising the 14th Amendment to get rid of automatic birthright citizenship. Before that, some proposed amending the Constitution to lock in the traditional definition of marriage. Ronald Reagan wanted a presidential line-item […] Continue reading →

Thomas Sowell: Amnesty Lite Is Still Amnesty

 Not since a 42-to-1 underdog named Buster Douglas knocked out undefeated heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in 1990 has there been an upset like economics professor Dave Brat defeating House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in the Republican primary in Virginia. You couldn’t write a script like this for a movie and have it be believable. Congressman […] Continue reading →

Bergdahl left note declaring intention to desert, renounce citizenship Before he walked off

Joe Saunders | Bizpac Review  Evidence keeps building that the Obama administration may have traded terrorists for what some would call a traitor. Bowe Bergdahl, the Army soldier whose capture by the Taliban five years ago led President Obama to release five terrorist ringleaders on Saturday, not only deserted his post in hostile territory but left behind […] Continue reading →

Fed chairman, farm bill on Congress’ to-do list

Congress’ agenda for 2014 extends from must-passed legislation and nominations to several maybes in a politically charged election year. MUST DO: —Senate confirmation of Janet Yellen to become chairman of the Federal Reserve. A vote is scheduled for Monday and the Senate is expected to approve President Barack Obama’s nominee. Yellen would be the first […] Continue reading →

Court grants law license to man in US illegally

The California Supreme Court granted a law license Thursday to a man who has lived in the U.S. illegally for two decades, a ruling that advocates hope will open the door to millions of immigrants seeking to enter other professions such as medicine, accounting and teaching. The unanimous decision means Sergio Garcia, who attended law […] Continue reading →

Americans Sign Petition To Let Illegals Out Of Prison, No Matter What Crimes They Committed

Public supports letting murderers, rapists and thieves back on the streets Another stark reminder of how mind-numbingly slavish many Americans are was provided this week when activist Mark Dice managed to garner several signatures on a petition to release all illegal aliens from prisons, even if they are convicted rapists or murderers. “Help get the […] Continue reading →

Napolitano departure widens DHS leadership gap

The leadership vacancy created by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano’s resignation is the latest and greatest blow to a department where one-third of the heads of key agencies and divisions have been filled with acting officials or remained vacant for months. Napolitano’s departure, slated for September, will create the 15th hole in the department’s 45 […] Continue reading →

Snowden Pens Open Letter: The Obama White House is Using the �Old, Bad Tools of Political Aggression

Daniel Doherty Reportedly hiding out in Russia and running out of options for finding political asylum abroad, Edward Snowden published an open letter on Monday evening on the WikiLeaks website excoriating the Obama administration for rescinding his American passport and practicing what he considers to be a treacherous form of “deception.” Here’s the full statement […] Continue reading →