Archive for May 3rd, 2010
Rudy Giuliani, Republican candidate for president, famously made a “tamper-proof national ID card” a center piece of his immigration policy. Furthermore, I’ve certainly noticed a lot more heat on the Arizona law coming from liberals. If conservatives are against it, great, they should be. It’s an unfair use of government power. For the record, I actually agree with Goldberg’s reasoning in the second paragraph.
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Tags: arizona immigration, immigration, jonah goldberg, national id card, nro, rudy giuliani, tamper proof id card, the corner
This issue was a point of controversy in the Ravens’ draft. For one, there’s a general sense of “In Oz we trust” which is well-placed considering his track record. Instead, Baltimore has thus far concentrated on the passing game and front 7 on defense. Considering that Cam Cameron seemed afraid to open up the playbook […]
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Tags: baltimore ravens, defense, draft, Football, NFL, ravens