We don’t have border checkpoints between U.S. states, certainly not between counties within a state in New Mexico. Such checkpoints would be necessary, however, to enforce the restrictions on movement contained in the Southern New Mexico Economic Development Act. [...]
Most of the U.S. border is represented by politicians who don’t support Steve King’s proposal to take American citizenship away from children who were born in the USA and have never lived anywhere else. [...]
“If East Germany can do it, we can do it!” — Joe Miller
Yes, Republican candidate for Senate Joe Miller actually spoke those words yesterday, asking his audience in Alaska why America can’t build its own Berlin Wall.
There are two aspects to Joe Miller’s admiration of East Germany and its very special border fence [...]
Lou Dobbs hired illegal immigrants so that his daughter could prance on her ponies for cheap. [...]
GOOOH (Get Out Of Our House) is an effort headed by an ex-Dell executive to elect its own slate of candidates to the House of Representatives in 2012. Yesterday, I found out that GOOOH prohibits anyone from running for office under its banner if they have given money to the American Civil Liberties Union.
A new study by the Pew Hispanic Center proves that the so-called Border Crisis is nothing but a hoax. [...]
The Tea Party protest is a statement against the insistence of an increasingly smaller group of Americans who insist upon remaining calm in the face of a lack of crisis. [...]
In political terms, the Complete the Fence Act may have played its role successfully. In spite of the bill’s legislative failure, Representative Barrett can tell constituents back home all about it, to show them that he’s working hard to protect them from the dirty, stinking foreigners. [...]
“It’s very important, when, when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and, and, uh, comes into the airspace of the United States America, where, where do they go? It’s Alaska! It’s just right over the border.”
– Sarah Palin, September 25 2008, explaining again why living in Alaska [...]
There is no requirement that the owners of electronic equipment be suspected of any crime or any other form of wrongdoing. Homeland Security will take your computer at will, without explanation, just because it wants to, and you might never get it back. [...]