Archive for the 'Guard the Borders' Category

Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, January 15th, 2007

By Loma Alta at LinknZona

Let us try to sort out what this armed invasion from Mexico means in the broader sense.

The US-Mexico border is out of control. Corruption and drug cartels drive Mexico further to a violent, crime-controlled country; our biggest supplier of illegal drugs.
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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, December 18th, 2006

By Nancy Matthis at American Daughter

Today’s Blogburst is also available as a Podcast.

The Price of Lettuce

Federal subsidies do not reduce the COST of food to the taxpayer. They increase it. Likewise, illegal immigration does not reduce the cost of food, or of any other goods and services, to the taxpayer. Illegal immigration also increases those costs.
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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, December 11th, 2006

Going By The Numbers
by Nancy Matthis

Understanding the impact of illegal immigration does not depend on accepting partisan opinions. It is just the result of doing some simple math.
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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, December 4th, 2006

Today’s Blogburst is also available as a Podcast.

Illegals Deadlier Than War On Terror
by American Daughter

This past Thanksgiving evening, a United States Marine who was home from Iraq was driving with his date, when another car smashed into theirs and killed them both. The other driver, who was not even injured, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

On the early broadcast news in Washington, DC this morning (Thursday, November 30th), some stations carried the report of this incident, and described the drunk driver as an “illegal immigrant.” By the time the 7 AM news came on, that version of the story had been quashed.

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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, November 20th, 2006

By Heidi at Euphoric Reality

Last week, two Mu—slim leaders in Boston were arrested for immigration fraud – illegally filing fraudulent visa documents and obtaining religious workers’ visas. The arrests were the culmination of a multi-year investigation in Boston and New York:

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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, November 13th, 2006

By Heidi at Euphoric Reality

Last Tuesday, the Democrats won the majority in both the House and the Senate. Within a day, President Bush was gloating on national TV about how he could now finally pass his Amnesty bill with a Democrat-controlled Congress. This galling statement by the President was reinforced by the White House spokesman:

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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, November 6th, 2006

This Blogburst is also available as a Podcast.

Why the United States Has Lost So Much in Latin America

By LomaAlta at Linknzona

The facts are not in dispute. During this Administration’s “watch”, the geopolitical situation in Latin America has deteriorated well beyond the tragic losses of any previous Administration. Communist tyrants rise in Venezuela, Bolivia, and now Nicaragua and socialism is on the march in other countries. President Reagan’s successes in spreading democracy and freedom in Latin America appear to have been stopped. Let’s examine some of the possible reasons.
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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, October 30th, 2006

By Heidi at Euphoric Reality

I was having a helluva time writing an article for this week’s GTB Blogburst. Over the weekend, I started three articles and each one fizzled out for lack of inspiration. For instance, I started one on President Bush’s new fence bill – the one that has no funding – and it was hard for me to work up any outrage, since I wasn’t surprised at such an empty gesture.

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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, October 23rd, 2006

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Beheadings Aren’t Just For Isl–amists Anymore

By Toni at Bear Creek Ledger

Those pro-illegal aliens should be paying attention to what’s happening with the drug cartels south of the border. This is what we in the US have to look forward to if there isn’t something done to control our southern borders.

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Guard the Borders Blogburst

Monday, October 9th, 2006

By Diane of Diane’s Stuff, via Third World County

As I’ve said countless times on my own blog, I am not a very political animal. I have my opinions on things of a political nature but I rarely express them, and I very seldom post on anything political because I don’t feel as if I’m well enough informed on particular issues. I do have an opinion on whether or not there should be a fence along the border between Mexico and the States, and it has always seemed like a very good idea to me.
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