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Grover Norquist Keeps Standing With Michael Bloomberg's Amnesty Lobby Group

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) successfully forced former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s amnesty lobby, the “Partnership for a New American Economy,” to remove references to and photos of him from its website. But Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) president Grover Norquist continues to stand with the organization on immigration. 24 Nov 2014, 9:28 AM PDT

Obama To Chuck Hagel: 'You've Always Given It To Me Straight'

Speaking to reporters at the White House, President Obama recognized the departure of Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, after less than two years in office. Although White House sources disparaged Hagel’s term at the Defense Department after the news broke, Obama was careful to praise Hagel as a friend. “When it's mattered most, behind closed doors and in the Oval Office you've always given it to me straight and for that I will always be grateful,” Obama said. 24 Nov 2014, 8:48 AM PDT

John McCain: Chuck Hagel Was 'Very Very Frustrated' With Obama

Sen. John McCain says: “I thank Chuck Hagel for his service, and I know that he was very, very frustrated.” McCain, expected to become chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee in January, was reacting to news that President Obama is forcing Secretary of Defense Hagel to resign. 24 Nov 2014, 8:09 AM PDT

Slate: 'End Birthright Citizenship'

Whether you agree or disagree with President Obama’s use of his executive authority to temporarily shield 3.8 million unauthorized immigrants from the threat of deportation (on top of the 1.5 million he shielded in 2012), this much is true: The Obama administration has permanently altered the immigration debate. 24 Nov 2014, 7:22 AM PDT

Decline and Fall: The Grim Message of The Camp of the Saints

In the first part of this series, we recalled Edward Gibbon’s magisterial history from the 18th century, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and noted the ominous parallels for America today. In the second part of this series, we will recall a more recent—and perhaps even scarier—work from the 20th century, Jean Raspail’s The Camp of the Saints. 24 Nov 2014, 6:24 AM PDT

Obama: Hostage-Taker on Immigration

The term "hostage-taker" has been thrown around quite a bit lately, most often at Republicans in Congress, whom President Barack Obama accused of holding the country to ransom in last year's shutdown fight over Obamacare. The latest and most brazen act of hostage-taking, however, is the President's attempt to argue that if Congress does thinks his executive action on immigration violates the Constitution, it can simply "pass a bill." 24 Nov 2014, 6:17 AM PDT

Chinese Buying Detroit

The largest Chinatown in the U.S. may soon be Detroit. Not an area within the city, but the city itself. Chinese investors are investing heavily in the bankrupt city, so much so that it now ranks fourth among all U.S. cities for Chinese property hunters online. A Chinese international property portal, Juwai.com, ranked the top US cities; Detroit was fourth, behind New York, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia. 24 Nov 2014, 5:07 AM PDT

Microsoft Installs Robots for Security

If you’re planning on nefarious activity at Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus, think again; Microsoft has installed security guards around the grounds that are robots 5 feet tall and weighing 300 pounds. Knightscope manufactured the robots, sans weapons, but they do feature alarms, sirens, and cameras. The alarm will alert a human security guard. 24 Nov 2014, 4:47 AM PDT

Tense in Ferguson Ahead of Grand Jury Decision

Protesters gathered in front of the Ferguson Police Department on S. Florissant Ave. Saturday night in anticipation of the grand jury’s decision on Darren Wilson’s fate which could come as early as tomorrow. Though some protesters appeared eager to provoke, their apparent efforts were largely neutralized by the more pacifistic protesters, as well as the diplomatic presence of St. Louis County Lt. Jerry Lohr. 23 Nov 2014

Obama: Ferguson Not Selma

On Sunday, President Barack Obama said that Ferguson should not be compared to Selma and did not rule out making a visit to Ferguson after the grand jury announces its decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson. 23 Nov 2014

Former DC Mayor Marion Barry Dies at 78

Divisive and flamboyant, maddening and beloved, Marion Barry outshone every politician in the 40-year history of District of Columbia self-rule. But for many, his legacy was not defined by the accomplishments and failures of his four terms as mayor and long service on the D.C. Council. 23 Nov 2014

Buffalo Devastated by Snow, Threatened by Coming Floods

In the last week, Buffalo has been hit by record amounts of snow catalyzed by lake-effect snowfall. In the Buffalo area, 55 to 88 inches of snow has triggered 13 deaths and stranded thousands of cars as highways have been largely closed. The snow elicited a call for over 500 National Guard troops to fix the highways and assorted roads. 23 Nov 2014

America Has Been Warned: Edward Gibbon’s The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

What can a chronicler of barbarian invasions, writing in the 18th century, explain to Americans in the 21st century? What lessons can we learn today from the fall of an ancient empire? Plenty. Many. Indeed, as immigration is a hot issue today, we might look to long-ago scholarship to remind us that the basic patriotic loyalty of the home population can never be taken for granted. In particular, if the demography of the population changes, its loyalties will change. 22 Nov 2014

Peter Wehner: The Bush Machine's Progressive Hitman

Peter Wehner made Mark Levin the target of his work at Commentary lately, as an extension of his zeal to cast G. W. Bush as more of a conservative than Reagan was, and label numerous prominent conservatives as “purists” in desperate need of moderating their tone. 22 Nov 2014

Practical Federalism: 'First Line of Defense Against Intrusive Federal Executive Should Be Congress'

In his introductory remarks at a forum Saturday that focused on the principles of federalism as viewed by the Framers, American Principles Project (APP) education director Emmett McGroarty told 175 attendees in New Hampshire that, while both federal and state elected officeholders are charged with maintaining the structure of the Constitution, many are complicit in its destruction. 22 Nov 2014

Ferguson Protesters Face Criminal Element in St. Louis

Missouri state Senator Jamilah Nasheed faced a gunman demanding her car in the city of St. Louis just after midnight on Saturday, Fox 2 now first reported. Nasheed tweeted that a gun was pointed at her when she exited her car in front of her house. 22 Nov 2014

Obama Cannot Hide Behind Immigration Precedent

This week, President Obama effectively exempted more than four million illegal immigrants from the nation's immigration laws, granting them the right to apply for work permits and a three-year reprieve from deportation. He cannot, however, hide behind precedent for his decision to act unilaterally. 22 Nov 2014

King Barack I

Since day one, Obama has been against the idea of reaching across the aisle in order to get things done for the American people. Thursday night he went beyond the realm of what we ever thought imaginable and granted amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants already living in the United States. 22 Nov 2014

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