Past Features

August 31, 2015

The Faustian Bargain
Democrats Are Selling America's Soul

Left: Lincoln Chaffee / Right: Antonio Villaraigosa
Leah Barkoukis -- -- August 30, 2015   
Democratic Presidential Candidate: Of Course We Want Immigrants to Vote Democratic
    Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee said Friday that support for increased immigration will result in more votes for the Democratic Party.
    “We're right on immigration,” said the former Rhode Island governor and senator, during the Democratic National Committee's summer meeting in Minneapolis.
    “The fastest growing voting bloc in the country,” Chaffee added. “Of course we want that people to be treated with respect and to vote Democratic.”
    Chafee's statement undermines Democrats' claim that they support liberal immigration policies for humanitarian reasons, and bolsters a line of attack from anti-immigration advocates who accuse Democrats of political sabotage.

Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report
Democratic Hero - Reconquista Antonio Villaraigosa
    I was stunned when Democrats named Antonio Villaraigosa to head their 2012 National Convention.
    This is the fellow who, in 1999, joined with the President of Mexico to kill Proposition 187 --- the voter-passed measure aimed to putting a stop to illegal immigration . In 2001, I tried to place an ad in the Los Angeles Daily News exposing Villaraigosa for what he did.
    The L.A. Times threatened them, so the Daily News killed the ad --- after I had already paid for it.
    The killing of Proposition 187 is a sordid tale, one that even Ann Coulter missed.
    Romney ignored the Democrat's Villaraigosa slap-in-the face, but he shouldn't have.
    The United States is being invaded, yet the Democratic Party cheers the invaders because they will vote for them.
    Democrats are selling America's soul for political power.
    This is what is known as a Faustian bargain.
    "An agreement in which a person abandons his or her spiritual values or moral principles in order to obtain wealth or other benefits."
    Is this the sort of "deal" that Donald Trump would approve of?