Muslim American Will Benefit the Most From Donald Trump’s “Extreme Vetting”

Another day, another terror attack by a Muslim screaming Allahu Akhbar and another batch of media stories about that fabled Muslim Backlash that like global warming putting US coastal cities underwater never seems to happen. Ahmad's question was answered. My biggest concern is that he's readily identified as a Muslim and then that is extrapolated … Continue reading Muslim American Will Benefit the Most From Donald Trump’s “Extreme Vetting”

Rough “Justice”

A 17-year old with no visible means of financial support got an abortion this morning. Not news, you say? Look again. “Jane Doe” is an immigrant, an unaccompanied 17-year-old, living in the U.S. without benefit of documentation. When Jane Doe learned she was pregnant, she sought an abortion in Texas, where she is living. Disputes … Continue reading Rough “Justice”

I Am Ashamed!

As a longtime reporter and journalism educator, I am ashamed of my profession as a result of the bias of the media toward the new immigration policies. From the coverage, you couldn't believe that 57 percent of those polled agree with the temporary ban on immigrants from seven countries, according to Rasmussen Reports. Only 33 … Continue reading I Am Ashamed!

7 political lessons from 2016 conservatives need to apply in 2017

As many Republicans finish basking in their victory over their Democratic relatives they only see at Christmastime, we're looking at the final week of 2016. More importantly, we're looking at the final four weeks of the Obama administration with new information that needs to be applied going further, particularly for conservatives. For some of us, the … Continue reading 7 political lessons from 2016 conservatives need to apply in 2017

The Obvious Question for Kaepernick et/all

Scarlet: So you just tell Daddy I'm on my way to the U.S.S.R. That's short for Russia. C.R. MacNamara: Are you out of your seventeen-year-old mind? Russia is to get out of, not to get into! One Two Three 1961 Dennis:  Help Help I'm being repressed Monty Python and the Holy Grail 1975 There have … Continue reading The Obvious Question for Kaepernick et/all

Is America for you, Muslims?

By John Ruberry Muslims, many of them refugees from war, keep coming to America. Other than for the obvious reasons, the opportunity for a much better standard of living than what is expected in their home countries and the opportunity to collect government benefits, who have to wonder why this is happening. I have some … Continue reading Is America for you, Muslims?

DaTechGuy Interviews at CIS: Dr. Steven Camarota, Jessica Vaughn of CIS & Leo Hohmann of WND

On the last day of the CIS conference there was more interesting interviews After his presentation at the CIS seminar Dr. Steven Camarota kindy made time for an interview: Later on I had a chance to not only interview but say hello to Jessica Vaughn who I knew through my days at WCRN my final … Continue reading DaTechGuy Interviews at CIS: Dr. Steven Camarota, Jessica Vaughn of CIS & Leo Hohmann of WND

DaTechGuy Interviews CIS reception From Breitbart: Bob Price, Brandon Darby, Patrick Howley

The Breitbart crew particular Breitbart Texas was well represented at the CIS reception on Thursday and several of their people sat for interviews with me. The first was Bob Price Of course the topic of immigration is right in the wheelhouse of Breitbart Texas Old Friend Brandon Darby also gave me some time and some … Continue reading DaTechGuy Interviews CIS reception From Breitbart: Bob Price, Brandon Darby, Patrick Howley

DaTechGuy Interviews at National Press Club: Senator Jeff Sessions

Before the start of the CIS reception on Thursday Senator Jeff Sessions graciously sat for a brief interview You might note the interview seemed to end abruptly. I actually asked a question concerning his endorsement of Donald Trump during the primary season but alas I was using my backup memory card which filled up and … Continue reading DaTechGuy Interviews at National Press Club: Senator Jeff Sessions

DaTechGuy Interviews National Press Club Mark Kirkioran CIS Important Update

I am in Washington today for an off the record Seminar at the National Press Club hosted by the Center of Immigration Studies which invited me to attend. The head of CIS Mark Kirkorian graciously sat for a brief interview While the contents and the sessions of the event itself are all off the record, … Continue reading DaTechGuy Interviews National Press Club Mark Kirkioran CIS Important Update

1,519

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) 2014 Annual Report to Congress reveals that the Obama administration has granted asylum or residency to 1,519 foreigners with terrorist ties. Out of the 1,519, 825 were regarded as follows:  627 provided material support, while under duress, to Tier III terrorist organizations,  189 provided material … Continue reading 1,519

Latest CNN Poll Flips and Flops Candidates Around

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – The latest CNN poll reveals nothing more than that Election 2016 is still anyone’s game; well, almost anyone.  I think Kasich, Santorum, and Jindal can hang it up and start vying for positions in a future Republican administration. Following the CNN debate Carly Fiorina’s numbers have surged and Trump has … Continue reading Latest CNN Poll Flips and Flops Candidates Around

What amnesty means to legal immigrants

Amnesty and open borders activists will tell you "we're a nation of immigrants," which in their view justifies granting all the rights of citizenship to anyone arriving to the U.S. Indeed, we are a nation of immigrants, and most of our ancestors had to meet stringent requirements: Immigrants entering the United States who could not … Continue reading What amnesty means to legal immigrants

There was an election in Mexico

An op-ed at Worldcrunch outlines the reason many consider Mexico a failed state (emphasis added): Paradoxically, while the political class could meet some of the people's demands on education, transport or health care, it would find it practically impossible to eliminate corruption, which is the oxygen of its activity. Meanwhile, the pressure that's being exerted, … Continue reading There was an election in Mexico

One Last Word on Rubio

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Boy, did I ever step into it last week.  I forgot how thick-skinned bloggers need to be sometimes, and how vitriolic and hateful people can be when conflicting opinions exist. My old friend William Jacobson at Legal Insurrection asked me to expound on my belief that Marco Rubio still has … Continue reading One Last Word on Rubio