Should Illegals Be Shocked Upon Deportation?

With the new shift in deportation, we saw the Latino community flip out when a woman who was in the US since 14 was deported. This is one sample case: When a person knows that they are in the US illegally and have been for a long time, I… Continue reading

Amnesty vs Path to Citizenship – We Cannot Afford Either

We have seen the fight between the politicians and the citizenry over the issue of illegals. I am not going to with some wimp assed semantecs over illegal vs undocumented alien. Other than to call them what they are; aliens who are here illegally, hence the phrase. So we have… Continue reading

Is it really an imposition to ask for…

The Supreme Court has rules that states cannot ask for any more ID that the initial form to register a voter… They find that it is too much of an imposition to ask that there be more enforcement than a simple check-box to have the signer note that they are… Continue reading

Dog the Bounty Hunter, the latest threat against Snowden

Dog the Bounty Hunter has sworn to bring Snowden back to American, though what ever illegal means he can find. And just who has offered a billion dollar reward for his return? The government isn’t allowed to hire mercenaries or brake international law in pursuit of the accused, so… Continue reading

Immigration, both legal and illegal, is bad for the economy and job growth.

A study by the Center for Immigration Studies, as reported by the Washington Post, has echoed reports done during the Reagan administration, proving that immigration is bad for the economy. All job gains since the year 2000 have gone to immigrants, while native born worker unemployment numbers continue to increase…. Continue reading

Armed Survivors

I’m adding this little areas to the deck for stories of cases where firearms saved lives, or ended an otherwise bad situation. The general media has little time to report on such incidents, because they don’t bring in the ratings or aren’t within the political beliefs of the editor/owners of… Continue reading

Nullification Lives On

The Michigan House of Representatives unanimously voted in favor of House bill 5768. A bill which states that no state employee can assist in any way with the federal government carrying out actions pursuant to section 1021 of the national defense authorization act. An act which authorizes the federal government… Continue reading

Is it too much of a hardship to ask for ID to vote?

I tested the waters on this one yesterday on my personal Facebook account and got some pretty good hits. So I thought I would open the topic up to the world. Every state in the union requires that you be a US citizen to vote, and there is a reminder… Continue reading

The birther holdouts

What is the draw for the birthers? Why is do they have to keep up with the lies and smokescreens? Is it the one point that they think can nullify a President that they do not like? Here we have Donald Trump in a heated debate on the subject, but… Continue reading

Dual Citizenship and Politics

Yesterday, Michelle Bachman claimed her Swiss citizenship. Now that she has multiple allegiances, should she be permitted to remain in federal office? Granted , her state should be permitted to determine what they will require of their representation… Should the Senate and the House allow it? If they do allow… Continue reading