News and Analysis

Citizens Say No

May 22, 2015
Citizens Say No

NY ICE marshaled its forces against DAPA-the President’s most recent illegal executive action-in downtown Manhattan recently. You can watch footage from the event which was uploaded to Vimeo, as well as read an account of the event by Joanna Marzullo, below. 

5.19.15  New York, NY. The above videos are raw footage of the other side from NY ICE’s counter demonstration against DAPA. 

DAPA stands for Deferred Action for Parental Accountability, and is the illegal alien movement’s attempt to gain amnesty by using children.
 
The illegal alien movement seems to think that Americans are willing to throw away our country at the mere mention of the word “children”. These children are being used as pawns for their agenda. Amnesties always lead to more amnesties. First DACA, now DAPA. 
 
In the first video above, in a typical display of arrogance, an Hispanic illegal alien advocate tries to get a group of Chinese people to join him in speaking Spanish. Apparently, his arrogance has led him to believe that all illegal alien advocates speak Spanish, and, no, they don’t!
 
Another elucidating interaction is when NY ICE is told that anyone who wants to come to our country should be able to!
 
In the second video above, NY ICE sings “God Bless America” at the end of a counter demonstration against DAPA.
 
No one from the other side sings along to “God Bless America”, but they instantly counter with their standby slogan in Spanish, “Yes, we can”, with an exploited toddler following the beat with his claps.
 
NY ICE is even getting some attention again from mainstream press. Here is that link to the Associated Press article that received a lot of circulation in various other media platforms. 
 
Attention Illegal Aliens: No, you can’t and you need to Make the Road Back Home.

Profiles in Stupidity (The Race To The White House, 2016)

May 20, 2015
Profiles in Stupidity (The Race To The White House, 2016)

In a race where the presumptive Democratic nominee is barely distinguishable from the leader of an organized crime syndicate and where her potential Republican opponent is related to George W. Bush, it’s hard to conceive of an especially absurd presidential candidate. Thankfully, Leaping Lindsey has just relieved your imagination of that responsibility by throwing his hat into the ring. Yes, that’s right. The faux-yokel version of John McCain is going to be one of the choices for registered Republicans in the upcoming presidential election. Read More »

Jamiel’s Law for May 17, 2015

May 18, 2015
Jamiel’s Law for May 17, 2015

Listen to it live!

California is seeking further into the abyss, as the L.A. County Board of Supervisor’s recent vote to end its cooperation with ICE under 287(g), which is why voices like those of the Shaw family are more important than ever, if only to warn the rest of us what could happen to this nation if it goes the way of California.

Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

May 15, 2015
Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

One of the tools the global jihad attempts to use against the West is the imposition of economic and fiscal costs-to the point of bankruptcy-upon its targets. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, as well as their affiliates throughout the world, have made it clear that they seek to not only impose psychological terror but financial privation upon their intended victims. For those who want to get an idea of just how costly it is to protect yourself and your family from the rampaging armies of Allah, I suggest reading Joseph Anton, the beautiful memoir written by Salman Rushdie which explores the years he was forced to live in hiding for unknowingly offending the tender sensibilities of the Caliphate. Read More »

May Day Madness

May 12, 2015

My apologies for tackling this over a week after it occurred, but more pressing issues commanded my attention, obviously. That said, there’s much more great coverage of the May Day convocation of Marxist lunatics and open borders brigands from our friends at New York Ice, including more footage from the event uploaded to Vimeo, as well as some stunning photos of the rabble-and the steadfast NY ICE opposition-on Flickr. Read More »

Je Suis Geller

May 9, 2015
Je Suis Geller

Update: The incomparable Mark Steyn has returned with a brilliant column laying out the stakes. 

At the risk of self-plagiarism, I’ll repeat a status update I posted the other day to my Facebook profile in relation to the attempted massacre of innocent Americans taking part in a Constitutionally protected assembly earlier this week in Garland, Texas. I think it encapsulates the feelings of many towards the Fourth Estate as it’s currently constituted.

I really can’t think of a more undeservedly self-satisfied, useless collection of human beings than contemporary journalists. If this were Golgrafrincham, they would be sent out into the void of space on the B ark, along with parking enforcement agents and professional landscapers.

If anything, I think I’m underestimating the cravenness and solipsism of a class of people who have bastardized their vocation to the point where it not only refuses to perform its assumed role-namely, provide an accurate and reliable account of news events-but has actually mutated into a vehicle for the mass diffusion of blatant lies. Read More »

Why We Fight

May 6, 2015

Last month the intrepid Pamela Geller spoke at my alma mater, delineating the reasons why our freedoms have become captive to an alien, totalitarian ideology-most recently manifested in the attempted jihadist massacre in Garland, Texas. Read More »

What You Can Do

Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

May 15, 2015
Stand With Pam (And Against Totalitarianism)

One of the tools the global jihad attempts to use against the West is the imposition of economic and fiscal costs-to the point of bankruptcy-upon its targets. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, as well as their affiliates throughout the world, have made it clear that they seek to not only impose psychological terror but financial privation upon their intended victims. For those who want to get an idea of just how costly it is to protect yourself and your family from the rampaging armies of Allah, I suggest reading Joseph Anton, the beautiful memoir written by Salman Rushdie which explores the years he was forced to live in hiding for unknowingly offending the tender sensibilities of the Caliphate. Read More »

May Day 2015

April 28, 2015
May Day 2015
May Day is upon is, and that means the treason lobby is in full gear in anticipation of its annual parade through Union Square. Joanna Marzullo, founder and president of New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement, will once again be representing the sentiments of overtaxed, overburdened, patriotic New Yorkers and American citizens. You will find details explaining how you can join her and her compatriots below.

Weird Tales

April 18, 2015
Weird Tales

One of the more gratifying experiences I’ve had over the past year has been witnessing the support you’ve shown for Seavey and Perry on Culture. Although this podcasting experiment has ended, it left me with a deep appreciation for the world of film and film criticism and awareness of how much some of you love movies. That’s why today I’m devoting some time today to fellow cineaste Matt Pritchard, who’s in the process of crowd-funding a micro-budget horror/psychological thriller called Dearly Departed. Read More »

Political Theater (Call Your RINOS!)

April 14, 2015
Political Theater (Call Your RINOS!)

The battle over Loretta Lynch’s nomination escalated this past week, as the clown car of racial profiteers arrived to contribute their thoughts on Republican opposition to President Obama’s would-be consigliere. It remains to be seen how much mileage Sharpton & Co. will be able to generate out of her delayed confirmation, as even milquetoast cretins like Rich Lowry have recognized the absurdity of confirming someone who has pledged not to abide by the Constitution as the chief law enforcement officer of the nation. Read More »

Walk Out Of Darkness

February 8, 2015
Walk Out Of Darkness

I don’t often use this space for personal appeals, but feel compelled to do so today. In addition to losing my uncle, John Marmo, earlier this year to suicide, my best friend, Fiona Fort, took her life after struggling with the chronic pain of depression for most of her adult life. Even if you are fortunate enough to have never grieved the loss of a loved one to this disease-or to know someone suffering from suicidal ideation-I urge those of you who can to contribute to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Denver Metro Walk Out of the Darkness Community Walk.

You can read my friend Ann’s story and donate to her cause here.  Read More »



Analysis