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Trump Is the Nativist Dream Candidate

By Alex Nowrasteh – Donald Trump’s win in Indiana has practically clinched the Republican nomination. Since July 2015, Trump has led in most polls of GOP candidates. Immigration restrictionism is his most popular policy position. That position and the way he’s talked about it have defined his candidacy and set him apart from the get […]

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Recognize Hispanic Medal of Honor Winners

Usually around a discussion of Hispanic immigration is an implicit, and sometimes explicit, argument that somehow these immigrants don’t contribute much. Whereas past immigrants (read: me and mine) contributed to America, it somehow goes assumed that recent immigrants and in particular Hispanic immigrants and their descendants don’t really put their time into America. Thus immigration […]

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Ann Coulter’s “Real” Americans Fallacy

By CoulterWatch – While one can applaud Ann Coulter’s efforts to reform America’s immigration policy, her conclusions are nonsensical and shameful. Coulter identifies immigration – both legal and illegal – as the preeminent, overarching challenge of our time, beyond which all other issues pale in comparison. Her passion and conviction may well carry the day […]

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Adios America! Viva America!

By Raoul Lowery Contreras – The word multiculturalism is an anathema to many Americans because it is misapplied and badly defined by the people who object to it and its use. In California, some object to the statewide school requirement that Spanish be taught in the 4th grade. Others object to bilingual language education in […]

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Dear Ann Coulter, Real Patriots Aren’t Afraid of Soccer

By Victor Medina, Texas Leader, Cafe Con Leche Republicans

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Pro-Immigrant Republicans: Immigration Reform Didn’t Cause Eric Cantor Loss!

Triangle, VA – Cafe Con Leche Republicans, a national pro-immigration reform Republican organization, today reacted to the defeat of Eric Cantor in the Virginia GOP Primary. Bob Quasius, President of Cafe Con Leche Republicans, said “There’s been an attempt to pin Eric Cantor’s loss on supposed support for “amnesty”, but this is a complete distortion. […]

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Can Ann Coulter Pass the Citizenship Test?

by Bob Quasius – I can’t count how many times I’ve heard the complaint that immigrants are given citizenship without having to learn English or understand America. Those who make comments like this clearly are uninformed about naturalization and have no idea what prospective new citizens must go through to win their citizenship. Proving English […]

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Hispanic American Dismisses Ann Coulter on Amnesty

by Ann Kane – Will majority Hispanics ever vote Republican? Ann Coulter equates granting amnesty to illegals with increasing Democrat voter rolls. She sees it as a slam-dunk that if amnesty goes through, with the help of many Republican legislators, Republicans and conservatives will not be able to win elections in the future. Considering the Left’s takeover […]

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Ann Coulter’s Anti-Immigration Stance Is Wrecked By Basic Economics

by Bob Quasius – A recent Forbes Magazine article devastates Ann Coulter’s ridiculously ignorant rants about immigrants wrecking our economy and turning American into a leftist state. Here’s the first few paragraphs to whet your interest! John TamnyForbes Staff Ann Coulter is easily one of the most entertaining commentators in existence today. To read her is […]

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Bigotry Isn’t a Conservative Value

Hank Williams Jr. was right. But its not just the Republic that’s changed. The GOP has as well. The Party of Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Dr. King has turned into a party that has lost its way on some key issues. The Republican Party and the conservative movement have grown too comfortable with the nascent […]

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