The Neocon is on the road today, traveling to the Middle East. I will try to post from the Middle East and provide my observations.
Iran: If USA Attacks us, we Attack Israel
Communist Reincarnation in Latin America
The Three Amigos: Evo, Hugo and Fidel
Ex-CIA chief: Oil key to U.S. security
RNC Chair: Iran Threat to Jewish People
Communisim Alive & Well in Latin America
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
Monday, May 01, 2006
The left hitches its wagon to immigrant discontent and revives ‘May Day’, that special day for every Socialist, Communist and Anarchist. The Neocon has not jumped on the immigration issue bandwagon, simply because I personally know so many hard-working, family-oriented Latino’s and understand how painful this issue can be for them. I know that the overwhelming majority of Latino’s are looking for a better life for their families. Unlike the Muslim immigrants of Europe, Latino’s in America share a common religion and many values with the majority and are eager, like generations of immigrants before them, to work hard, pay their dues and leave a better and more prosperous life for their children. In short, the American dream. The Neocon supports a realistic solution to this all important matter, one that strengthens the cohesiveness (integration instead of multi-culturalisim, and respect for the rule of law) of the country instead of ripping us apart precisely at a time in world affairs when the projection of American unity is critical.
Unfortunately however, the possibility of a reasoned solution is put at risk by the attempted co-opting and exploitation of this issue by radical leftists with an anti-American agenda. It is no coincidence that the day of protests and boycotts was scheduled for May Day. There is a clear attempt to radicalize the Latino populations in North America. This attempt does not serve the cause of immigrants and indeed will likely cause a backlash. Today’s events will help tell the story.
A Sage in Christendom
The Muslim world's new martyrs
Media hide facts about CIA leaker Mary McCarthy
Blowback on the Press
Hamas can't even fake moderation
Boycotting the Gringo
Tags: Immigration, Politics
WSJ Observation: Great Minds Think Alike
* "Murtha Assesses U.S. Army as 'Broken' "--headline, Washington Times, Dec. 2, 2005
* "Al-Zawahri Says U.S. 'Broken' in Iraq"--headline, Associated Press, April 29, 2006