Archive for May 21st, 2010

Send Back Them

21May10

President Calderon admits that things in Mexican immigration law operate very rationally and fairly – just like what the Arizona law calls for. BLITZER: So in other words, if somebody sneaks in from Nicaragua or some other country in Central America, through the southern border of Mexico, they wind up in Mexico, they can go […]


Coulda Been

21May10

Florida Governor Charlie Crist likes Elena Kagan, and says he would vote for her were he a United States Senator. Last year, though, he opposed Sonia Sotomayor. What’s that all about? He’s not sure. If only someone had been lookin’ out for Charlie in this senate race… he could a been a contender.


Some people complain about Boston Drivers. That’ ain’t nothin’ compared to Kuwait!


Rally Tonight

21May10

We hope to see you tonight in Quincy for the Pass the Perry rally. The Perry Amendment, offered by Cape Cod state Rep and Congressional candidate Jeff Perry, would change Massachusetts policy and block state benefits for illegal immigrants. We’re having a protest in support of that bill, which, while not passed by the House […]


A California congressman offers an explanation to the socialists on why the remarks to congress by Mexican President Calderon were offensive. He also offers a lesson on the historical premise upon which American immigration policy is based, assuming, I guess, that they all attended public school. Megyn Kelly explained last night on O’Reilly that federal […]


Bad Forecast

21May10

Hot economist Nouri al Roubini isn’t optimistic about the economic outlook if the United States, among other countries, doesn’t get its debt situation under control. He’s calling on governments to cut spending and raising taxes, but doubts any one government has the political capital to do it. He recommends getting more into cash, and possibly […]