‘Big Sis’ Pushes Orwellian (1984) Lies and Tyranny

That explanation not only supports Obama’s ongoing “tearing and putting back together” endeavor, but also explains why Big Sis allows our porous border to remain open – the DHS’s “shape of its own choosing” worries that the civil liberties of illegal aliens may be infringed upon.

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The myth that the border can’t be secured – American Thinker – July 5, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker blog Why does the left perpetually offer the excuse that what is necessary and right can’t be done? Liberals famously make lame excuses to explain away personal responsibility and defend defeat. Take for instance the liberal mantra, “Kids have sex anyway might as well hand out condoms.” The left is of […]

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Little Miss “No-Fly List” – American Thinker – June 28, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker blog It is comforting to know that even though registered sex offenders may show up at your door wearing Census 2010 credentials, at least Americans can rest easy in the knowledge that, if flying, Homeland Security is profiling potential terrorists like six-year old Alyssa Thomas. Little Miss “no-fly list” Alyssa […]

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About time to amend that DHS report on ‘right wing extremism’ – American Thinker Blog – February 17, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker Blog Now that left-wing “odd ball” Amy Bishop opened fire killing three people, will Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano be forced reissue the treatise, Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment to include left-wing university professors who shoot colleagues if denied tenure? Responding […]

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Umar Farouk’s Terrorist Triumph – American Thinker January 2, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker “Big Sis”Janet Napolitano reassured nervous Americans not to worry–Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s attempt to blow up a Northwest Flight 253 did not indicate a larger terrorist plot.  In an effort to respectfully restrain from jumping to conclusions, the Homeland Security Secretary refused to acquiesce to whether Abdulmutallab had a connection to […]

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