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Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Our Un-American ‘Justice’ System – Michelle Malkin

Not all open-borders subversives hide behind black bandanas and hurl Molotov cocktails. Sometimes, they wear three-piece suits or silk dresses. Most insidiously, the saboteurs of American justice wear black robes, wield gavels and enlist other officers of the court to help them perpetrate crimes instead of punish them. Nothing shocks me anymore after 30 years of

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: They’re All Open-Borders Hypocrites – Michelle Malkin

All the world’s a stage, especially two heated months before Election Day. So you’ll have to forgive me for not joining the theatrical media frenzy over Martha’s Vineyard being overrun by illegal aliens. It’s just another naked open-borders exhibition by both political parties that makes a miserable mockery of our country’s immigration policies. Yes, I

Buz Blog

Opinion: Red Wave Forecast – Buz Williams

It looks like the elections in November will be an historic win for the Republicans. Not just in the Congressional House, but also the Senate and in state and local elections. Of course this will only happen if the conservative voters stay energized and the Republican candidates stay focused on the issues. They need to

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Opinion: Do Republicans Really Want To Win In November? – Buz Williams

Image courtesy of DepositPhotos When Martha McSally ran against Mark Kelly for the Arizona US Senate seat, she gave him the election. I don’t know who her political advisors were, but they had all of the political instincts of an entire coma ward. Many conservative Republicans reluctantly voted for her as the lesser of two

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Orrin Hatch’s Beltway Barnacle Legacy – Michelle Malkin

Seven-term former U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah died last weekend, and accolades came pouring in from both sides of the political spectrum. This is not any kind of testament to his character or ability to “bring both sides together.” It’s really just proof that the toxic Washington Swamp is run by a uniparty of

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Opinion: Misplaced Loyalties – Buz Williams

Remember when the Democrat Party was considered the party of the “working man”? The middle class was growing and it seemed to the majority of Americans that Democrats cared more about them than Republicans. Republicans were viewed to be the party of the rich, the industrialists, and the bosses. Like everything else, politics has evolved.

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