France is still on high alert since #Nice.
And every other issue.
4-4 tie goes to the previous ruling.
Michelle Malkin was blistering yesterday at CPAC. With no office to run for, nothing stopped her from telling the truth about the state of the Republican party, even though some in the audience jeered here. She plowed straight through with the unadulterated, bare knuckles facts about how “people with Rs by their names” have thrown conservatives under the bus.
It’s the CORE of his political platform, the thing that set him up for success, but when you’re as unprincipled as Donald Trump, “everything is negotiable.” Like Barack Obama, Trump’s only principle for holding a position is whether or not its beneficial to him at that moment. Just like virtually every other political position he’s ever held, you can expect Donald’s immigration platform to be 180 degrees the opposite of what it is right now in due time.
It’s a strange thing to see Marco Rubio (whom I happen to like personally, although I have some serious policy disagreements with him) running around South Carolina acting like Donald Trump, trying to smear Ted Cruz as a liar. In doing so, Rubio actually accuses Cruz of supporting open borders (when the record clearly shows that it’s the other way around). Rubio has a long history of support for amnesty, though he bristles at the word itself. Furthermore, as Michelle Malkin points out, when you follow the money, it becomes very clear that a big part of Rubio’s donor base are billionaire open-borders activists like Mark Zuckerburg.
In what should surprise no one, the UK’s NHS can’t handle all the new immigrants.
Obama administration orders Border Patrol to “catch and release” illegal aliensView Post
Not every country in Europe is happy with the influx of immigrants. Sweden is primed to expel 80,000 refugees. This probably didn’t help the situation for the refugees. From The Guardian: Sweden is to reject up to 80,000 people who applied for asylum in the country last year, as many as half of whom will be forced to leave against …
Just in case anybody out there actually believed Marco Rubio that he “learned his lesson” on amnesty for illegal immigrants…
Marco Rubio’s campaign has been trying to turn the tables on Ted Cruz now that Ted Cruz is breaking away from him in the polls. Remember, Rubio was one of the authors of the infamous “Gang of 8 Bill” for immigration reform that would have allowed a pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens. Ted Cruz, along with Steve King and Jeff Sessions, led the fight to defeat the bill, and one of the mechanisms they used to defeat the bill was Cruz’s proposal of an amendment to permanently strip illegal aliens of a pathway to citizenship. Rubio’s team is now trying to say that offering that amendment meant that Cruz supported a “legal status” for aliens currently residing in the US illegally.