Monthly Archives: May 2010

Arizona Governor Has Serious Video Message for President Obama

Hey, ObaMao…no one in Arizona (or Utah, California, New Mexico, Texas, or Colorado) is laughing. You know what? You’re just not a funny guy. Here’s an idea: Do your job. Secure the border. Enforce the law.

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Activists launch boycott of Arizona over immigration law

Civil rights and labor groups on Thursday urged Americans not to travel to Arizona, as they launched a national boycott in response to the state’s divisive new anti-illegal immigration law. The boycott was called by the National Council of La … Continue reading

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EDITORIAL: Stinko de Mayo

On May 5, five students at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., were sent home for wearing clothing featuring the American flag. Their offense: trespassing on Mexican heritage during Cinco de Mayo. *NOTE: My remarks are interspersed. All … Continue reading

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KUHNER: Obama’s psychosis

President Obama is at war with reality. This is the central problem of his presidency. There is something strangely perverse about a worldview that believes a greater threat comes from old ladies at Tea Party rallies holding anti-Obama signs than … Continue reading

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I wasn’t thinking.

* This post is archival, resulting from a poor decision on my part to put column links without comments on a separate page. That was stupid. So I copied them here and deleted the page “InMyEyes.” Sunday – May 2 … Continue reading

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Breaking things up…Noonan on “The Big Alienation”

“Washington is full of people who insist they’re in control and who go to great lengths to display their power. It’s that no one takes responsibility and authority. Washington daily delivers to the people two stark and utterly conflicting messages: … Continue reading

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