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Nick on May 31st, 2013

The news out of New York last night was talking about a woman who was arrested for selling fake Green Cards to illegals. Cops say they are looking for people who were victimized by her. Huh? They break the law by being here and then they break the law by buying a fake Green Card, […]

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Nick Russell on June 8th, 2011

I received word this week that Larry Link, owner of Stein’s ghost town in southern New Mexico, was murdered. News reports say that Link, 68, had gone to the ghost town to investigate a trespasser, and was found later, lying next to his vehicle. He had been shot twice. We met Larry years ago when […]

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Nick Russell on April 9th, 2011

On a television news broadcast out of Phoenix a few days ago, an immigration activist was complaining about the fact that illegal aliens (oh, I’m sorry, undocumented immigrants) who are being held in federal custody are called detainees. Apparently, that term has a negative connotation and is demeaning. According to her, illegal aliens should be […]

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Nick Russell on March 31st, 2011

Every government agency I know of, from the federal level to small podunk towns in the middle of nowhere, are facing severe budget shortfalls, laying off workers, and cutting back on services, trying to make ends meet. Did you ever wonder what happens to your tax dollars? Well, here’s a good example: Maricopa County, Arizona, […]

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Nick Russell on February 15th, 2011

There is a big ballyhoo going on in California about the fact that most employment applications include a box to be checked if the applicant has ever been convicted of a felony. The bleeding hearts say that this unfairly holds back felons who have paid their debt to society from gaining meaningful employment. They cry […]

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Nick Russell on February 3rd, 2011

During the Vietnam War, and probably during every war since the first caveman threw the first spear at the guy in the next cave, there has been the truth as those far away perceived things, and the truth that the man on the ground experienced. More than once, during my time overseas, small skirmishes in […]

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Nick Russell on September 26th, 2010

A long time ago, I had a brother-in-law named Tom. Tom was married to a young woman named Jill. One day Tom and Jill went to the mall, and in the window of a pet shop, they saw a beautiful little Dalmatian puppy. Jill immediately fell in love with the dog, so they went inside […]

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Nick Russell on August 10th, 2010

Since the Obama administration has seen fit to sue the State of Arizona and take the teeth out of the state’s new immigration enforcement law, maybe it’s time to fight fire with fire. Since the Feds are ignoring the wishes of the majority of American citizens, who want our current laws against illegal immigrants enforced, […]

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Nick Russell on July 13th, 2010

Beginning July 1, the State of Utah is cracking down on welfare fraud by reviewing the cases of illegal aliens who are receiving public assistance in the form of food stamps. Under the state’s new policy, food stamps were cut off to some 2,200 families of illegal aliens, and thousands more have had their benefits […]

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Nick Russell on June 10th, 2010

If you think that illegal aliens are only a problem for border states like Arizona and Texas, think again. If you pay taxes, you are paying for the costs of dealing with these illegal trespassers in our country too! While states and the federal government are cutting back on basic services, laying off schoolteachers, closing […]

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