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President Obama Declares the Border is Secure

President Obama Declares the Border is Secure

Federation For Immigration Reform | In a speech given in El Paso, Texas, President Obama told Americans the border is secure. The President quickly followed these remarks by declaring that it is now time for Congress to pass “comprehensive” immigration reform. The President first made his case that the border is secure: “[I]n recent years, […]

"Americans are racist."

Carlos Santana’s Hate Speech Against American Workers

May 15, 2011 | Rock guitarist Carlos Santana may have reached a new low in hate speech against American workers when he took to a microphone on the field before the Atlanta Braves-Philadelphia Phillies game yesterday. In response to being given a civil rights award, “the Beacon of Change Award,” Santana indicated that unemployed Black, […]

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18 Facts That Prove Illegal Immigration Is A Nightmare For The U.S. Economy

Barack Obama has declared that “immigration reform is an economic imperative“, and is promising to do his best to get an immigration bill pushed through Congress this year.  But will “legalizing” all of the illegal immigration that has taken place over the last several decades improve the struggling U.S. economy or will it actually make […]

A3P Activism at the New York Philharmonic

Metro NY | A3P activists from Metro New York recently promoted the American Third Position at an outstanding classical music concert. The New York Philharmonic, one of the largest and most prestigious American orchestras, was in top form that evening. Needless to say, there was a very homogenous and receptive audience. Fellow concertgoers enthusiastically accepted […]

SoCal A3P Activism

Over the last year and a half, the A3P’s Southern California activist chapter has been building momentum by holding increasingly larger and more complex events. Beginning with small scale street level public outreach and moving to large private speaker meetings and conferences, the aspiration of the A3P’s Southern California activists has always been the holding […]

Epoch Floods: A3P Gathers Contributions For Deep South Storm Relief Effort

A3P members recently pooled their resources to help provide rebuilding materials for tornado ravaged areas. We are particularly concerned about our people in the Appalachian region of northern Alabama especially near the Mississippi River. A surge of water not seen since the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 is forecast in coming days through the Deep […]

Cranks and Credibility

By Matt Parrott | At 14, while most kids my age were probably out doing something healthy and normal, I was reading Carl Sagan’s “The Demon-Haunted World“. I have been and always will be a skeptic and an admirer of the scientific process. While Sagan remains a cardinal influence, it’s more than a little ironic […]

Increasing Third World Immigration Poses New Concern: Return of Leprosy

April 29, 2011 | by Gig Veres : With the increase of immigrants from Mexico and other third world nations, leprosy has now become a concern to health officials in the United States. Cases of the ancient disease, in its early stages, are often misdiagnosed by doctors as eczema or diabetes. Add to the problem […]

GAO: $1.5B to Jail Unlawful Immigrants

By Jordy Yager – 04/23/11 | The federal government is spending more than $1.5 billion each year to jail illegal immigrants throughout the country, according to a new report by the investigative arm of Congress. [NOTE: According to FAIR: The GAO study only reflects the federal costs and NOT state and local costs.] The GAO […]

Illegal Immigrants or “Undocumented Democrats?”

With ethnic voting “blocs” and “ethnocentric politics” becoming so crucial, a new strategy is needed. The Hispanic vote, the Black vote, the Jewish vote, the Asian vote… what about the White vote? What “White vote” you ask? 91% of the African American community voted for Barack Obama because of his skin color. Other ethnic groups […]

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