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Beware the coming North American community

Tuesday, June 27th, 2006

(Take notice, friends of mine who work at “news” shows: this story is crying out for correspondent coverage.) I’m glad I’m not the only one concerned by those internationalist Republicans and their plan for a United States of North America. A concerned citizen writes: Dreier for `guests’ Unfortunately, the recent letter from Genevieve Clavreul is […]

Immigration, immigration, immigration

Thursday, June 1st, 2006

Now this sounds like a really effective advertisement from the Busby campaign: Think lobbyist Brian Bilbray’s a conservative when it comes to immigration? Think again. You see, even lobbyist Bilbray’s conservative opponent stated that Bilbray “failed to pass any laws to stop illegal immigration during his 12 years as a career politician and lobbyist.” Bilbray […]

More on the anti-immigrant backlash against Dreier

Monday, May 29th, 2006

With headlines like “Dreier slams immigration compromise” and “Dreier rejects Senate version of immigration bill” you’d think Dreier might have learned a lesson from 2004, when talk radio decided to eat its own. Here’s an account from Wikipedia (if someone has another source, I’d appreciate it): In the run-up to the 2004 elections, their main […]

David Dreier: “Hard-liner on the border”

Thursday, May 25th, 2006

Dreier rejects Senate version of immigration bill: Rep. David Dreier announced Wednesday that he will not vote for the Senate’s version of immigration legislation, breaking ranks with the White House and bolstering his image as a hard-liner on the border. Emblematic of the impending battle for a compromise, the Republican chairman of the House Rules […]

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