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Do red states give more to charity than blue states? - 08/20/12

... the list at [2] these states: Nevada, Pennsylvania, Iowa, New Hampshire, Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, and North Carolina. Even after doing that, blue states lead with $73.2 billion versus $62.0 billion for the modified list of red states. If you go even further and switch Florida from blue to red, only then do the red states pull into the lead. In that case, blue states gave $65.8 billion, and red...

Community college budgets cut across U.S. & many turned away even as some want to give college slots to illegal aliens - 11/27/10

... across the U.S. and focusing on Nevada. Needless to say, Peter Whoriskey of the WaPo doesn't reveal that even as Americans are being turned away from community colleges, Harry Reid wants to give limited college resources to foreign citizens who are here illegally with the DREAM Act. In fact, those who'll probably complain the loudest about this situation will likely be DREAM Act supporters; they...

No, Sharron Angle isn't calling Social Security "wicked" (Harry Reid is lying) - 10/28/10

... Angle has been trying to convince Nevadans that she actually wants to preserve Social Security, despite having already committed herself to trying to "phase out" the bedrock American safety-net program. What we have, then, is a borderline-deranged Senate hopeful telling reporters she supports Social Security, while quietly telling supporters she considers Social Security -- along with Medicare,...

Sharron Angle finally attacks Reid over anti-American DREAM Act - 10/05/10

The video below is a new Sharron Angle ad attacking Harry Reid for pushing the anti-American DREAM Act, a bill that would let illegal aliens take college educations away from Americans. Contrast this new ad with her previous approach to the issue (which was followed by a general denunciation of amnesty). Since the time of that last post, I've tweeted her and her advisors repeatedly suggesting...

Sharron Angle is weak on amnesty: won't come out strong against anti-American DREAM Act - 09/18/10

Harry Reid recently announced he'd offer the anti-American DREAM Act amnesty as an amendment to the Defense bill. Now, four days later, the most his opponent Sharron Angle has done in opposition is to appear on Fox News and oppose that anti-American amnesty from procedural grounds. Not only that, but she seems to be adopting an immigration stance that's weaker than her previous comments. She...

Harry Reid to put anti-American DREAM Act in defense bill; contact your representatives - 09/14/10

Senator Harry Reid says [1] he's going to attach the DREAM Act as an amendment to the Defense Authorization Bill, which will apparently be voted on next week. The DREAM Act is openly anti-American: it lets illegal aliens take college educations away from U.S. citizens. See the link for more information. Of course, whether he'll do anything and whether he'll have the votes is another matter; he...

Sharron Angle goes after Reid on issues outside his control, won't press hard on immigration - 07/23/10

... "Harry Reid says he does more for Nevada... He's done more for unemployment... He's done more for the foreclosure rate... Harry Reid has done more and it's time for us to say 'stop doing it', we can't stand any more." That's stupidity in the tea parties style: unemployment and housing market issues are national issues. If we had replaced Reid with Angle a year ago, could she have single-handedly...

Confronted, Harry Reid claims illegal aliens aren't working construction jobs (note: in Nevada, maybe on stimulus projects) - 07/13/10

... working construction jobs in Nevada [1], and that's the way it's being presented by HotAir [2] and by the low-wattage "StandWithAZ" group (the video was uploaded by them). Unfortunately, it's not clear whether Reid was referring to all construction jobs or just those funded by the stimulus. In the first case he's, of course, lying through his teeth: as the report points out, Pew Hispanic says...

Ohio, Illinois, NY, NJ, Penn to lose political power due to massive immigration (House seats; also: IA, LA, MA, MI, MN, MO) - 11/19/09

... (+2), Florida (+1), Georgia (+1), Nevada (+1), Oregon (+1), South Carolina (+1), and Utah (+1). States losing House seats: Ohio (-2), Illinois (-1), Iowa (-1), Louisiana (-1), Massachusetts (-1), Michigan (-1), Minnesota (-1), Missouri (-1), New Jersey (-1), New York (-1), and Pennsylvania (-1). If you're located in one of the states in the latter group, that means you're going to lose power. In...

March 25 Coalition flyer - 03/18/07

... Mexicana Nacional-California-Nevada Industrial Workers of the World International Action Center Korea Truth Commission - U.S. LUUM - Latinos Unidos de Michigan March 25th Coalition LA May 1st Coalition-New York MLK Jr. Bolivarian Circle, Boston Most Rev. Filipe Teixeira, OFSJC Northeastern Diocese of Saint Francis of Assisi, CCA Immigration Pastoral Center, Inc Massachusetts Muslim...

Pahrump anti-illegal immigration ordinance; bucks rotting in the banks? - 10/12/06

The city of Pahrump Nevada - former home to Art Bell - is considering a "Hazleton-style" ordinance, but with the additional twist of trying to block banks from doing business with illegal aliens. In response, Timothy Pratt of the Las Vegas Sun offers a slab of pro-bank propaganda in "Bank on it becoming more difficult if Pahrump's anti-immigrant act passes" (link). The story was picked up by the...