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Michelle Malkin Blog

A tremendous voice for the conservative cause, she brings real and researched facts along with a conservative opinion on the political changes affecting us all. From exposing ACORN to Obama's culture of corruption, she is a leading pen for us!

Website: http://michellemalkin.com
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Latest Activity: Jun 9

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Learn more about Michelle on her conservapedia page(s) including her extensive writing against illegal immigrant amnesty policies.


Judging by some comments it appears that some think Michelle actually blogs here-
We wish! Her actual blog is at

MichelleMalkin.com

This group is here for us to comment on her great blog!

Despite my online presence, I was born and remain an ink-stained wretch. I started my newspaper journalism career at the Los Angeles Daily News in 1992, moved to the Seattle Times in 1995, and have been penning nationally syndicated newspaper columns for Creators Syndicate since 1999
Seattle does have conservatives too, though she now resides in Colorado!

Culture of Corruption
Please do not cut and paste entire articles in this group, this group is here to discuss her articles and other great works such as her new book, please just copy the link to her article and your point, thanks!
BTW you can buy books through the TPN Mall
Culture of Corruption Tops Amazon
Michelle reports on Tea Party actions
Protest Sign of the Day

Malkin Clashes with The View

TEA PARTY BASHERS GONE WILD! Nothing is more revealing than the response to the peoples dissent coming from the left's leadership this week on just how out of touch with the people these so called leaders are!

Michelle will Speak and have Host Role at SGP Summit in Nashville September 18th, 2009
Here is the Agenda You may register here

Celebrating the 9/12 rallies; Update: Turnout estimated at 2 million

Leadership - heart, mind, and soul. "I’ve been reading in the newspapers about how the Tea Party movement is “losing steam.” I’ve been told by my colleagues in the mainstream, lame-stream, drive-by, state-SPONSORED media that you have died. I’ve been told by the smug vulgarians on cable TV (yes, that’s you Anderson Cooper) and I’ve been told by the bigoted know-nothings in Hollywood (yes, that’s you Janeane Garofalo) that you all are nothing more than a teeny, tiny minority of fringe extremists. I’ve been told that…thousands upon thousands of committed, peaceful, principled sons and daughters of liberty [do not] exist.

Well, I am happy to report to the rest of the country that you Tea Party Patriots are alive and kicking and moving full steam ahead in the common defense of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

They want you gone.

They want you silent and out of sight.

They want you marginalized, demonized, and demoralized.

Will you let them?

…On July 3, 1776, John Adams expressed his wish to his wife Abigail that Independence Day would be “celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival.” He hoped it would “be commemorated, as the Day of Deliverance by solemn Acts of Devotion to God Almighty” and “solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more.“

“My fellow Americans.” There are few words sweeter and more stirring than those three words. “My fellow Americans.”

Whether native-born or naturalized, we [are] united in citizenship, joined by common purpose, bound eternally as heirs of our founding fathers’ legacy.

We are not here merely for the games, sports, bells, and bonfires. We are here because we recognize the grave importance and civic duty to remember the reason for the July 4 season.

And the reason for the season is: LIBERTY.

The reason for the season is: LIBERTY.

As you all know, I am the daughter of legal immigrants from the Philippines. They stood in line, took their citizenship tests, filed mountains of paperwork, and — speaking in English — swore allegiance to the United States. The more- than-two-century-old oath of American citizenship declares, in part:

“I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty … I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic… I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God.”

For millions of naturalized Americans by choice, the oath of allegiance is sacred. It is as sacred to them as the very first oath of allegiance our forefathers first swore to at Valley Forge. It is a solemn public commitment to embrace and defend American laws and institutions. The rights and responsibilities that accompany this coveted status are earned privileges, not entitlements.

That inheritance of rights as well as duties is in my bloodstream and in yours. Our skin may be brown, yellow, black, or white. But as fellow Americans, my fellow Americans, we share this transcendent fidelity to liberty.

On July 4, 1821, John Quincy Adams reminded us that our interest in commemorating the Declaration of Independence was not merely in enumerating its list of grievances against British tyranny. But more importantly, our lasting interest lies in commemorating the “principles which [the Declaration of Independence] proclaims.”

This extraordinary document was, JQ Adams said, “the first solemn declaration by a nation of the only legitimate foundation of civil government. It was the corner stone of a new fabric, destined to cover the surface of the globe. It demolished at a stroke the lawfulness of all governments founded upon conquest. It swept away all the rubbish of accumulated centuries of servitude. It announced in practical form to the world the transcendent truth of the unalienable sovereignty of the people.”

This transcendent truth, enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and embodied by America over 233 years, has indeed covered the surface of the globe. While we too often take it for granted, it thrives in the hearts and minds of fellow freedom lovers in China, Cuba, Honduras, Iraq, Iran, and around the world.

Every day should be July 4. Every day should be a day to count our blessings and marvel at the gifts our God and country have bestowed — and to which we have all been entrusted to protect and pass on to our children and their children.

At an Atlanta Tea Party in February, some kids held up a popular tongue-in-cheek sign that read: “When I grow up, I want to be free.”

What their parents certainly know, and what our Founding Fathers made clear to their oppressors and the world, is that we are born free.

Freedom is not for government to give.

But it is for all of us to ensure that government does not take away.

On this first principle, we can afford no moderation. The business of protecting our home life from meddling intrusion, our homeland from foreign invasion, and our commerce from reckless restriction is not to be conducted in dulcet tones with bent spines and bowed heads.

The founding fathers did not intend for us to politely implore the masters of government for freedom like oliver twist begging Mr. bumble to fill his meager bowl with more gruel:

“Please sir, I want some more.”

Only extreme vigilance – forceful, rabble-rousing, aggressive, unyielding vigilance, can safeguard our inalienable rights. And in practicing this extremism, we have nothing – NOTHING – to apologize for. Ever.

We have spent many months enumerating our grievances against the soft tyranny of a new age. And tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow we will continue to do so.

But today, we have no time to despair. There is no room for gloom. you have been mocked and derided and smeared. you will be mocked and derided and smeared some more.

But our forefathers have suffered far worse. And so have the men and women on the front lines over the ages who have given arms and legs, sons and daughters, fathers and mothers, husbands and wifes.

John Adams knew the price they would pay, and yet maintained hope, real hope: “I am well aware of the Toil and Blood and Treasure, that it will cost Us to maintain this Declaration, and support and defend these States. Yet through all the Gloom I can see the Rays of ravishing Light and Glory.”

We take strength in each other. We take inspiration from the past.

We publicly declare our independence from the culture of dependency.

We publicly declare our independence from the false guardians of the free market.

We publicly declare our independence from the culture of corruption.

We publicly declare our independence from the poseurs of personal responsibility in both major political parties.

We should take these obligations freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help us God."

-Excerpt from Michele Malkin speech at Dallas Tea Party July 4th, 2009

12/12 @ 12 Rally in Arkansas will feature Michelle Malkin as a speaker among others according to the events page..
Do they know this is that Mayan date thing...?
No doubt it will be the start of doomsday... for the liberals!

Influential Women of the Right Kind-2009

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Comment by Ram K Singh on March 12, 2012 at 3:03pm

Michelle,

We are not dead nor silent. This primary time and TEA Partiers in each state are making their choices. We are  alive and well to stand up in strength of millions when we will have the time to face Socialist Party of USA led by Mr Hussein

Comment by Judy Masserano on March 12, 2012 at 9:56am
Michael,

A very touching story. We did some things right back then.....
Comment by Michael Goodfellow on March 11, 2012 at 7:45pm

Hi all.  I'm new to this group but I think I have a good example of what an immigrant did.

My friend, Vern, is 91 years old and was born in Newfoundland.  When he was born, Newfoundland was not part of Canada yet so he is a native "Newfie".

He, along with siblings and parents, moved to Buffalo, NY, and didn't bother to become Americans.  Nobody bothered them about it and it was generally known a large number of Canadians and Newfoundlanders were in the area.

In 1941, of course, we entered the second World War and he eventually received one of the postcards informing him that "[his] friends and neighbors selected [him] for service".  In short, he was drafted.  It was there his immigration status caught up with him.

He was offered the choice of voluntarily joining the United States Army or being drafted into the Army of the United States.  At the time, he did not know that choosing the former would give him citizenship and choosing the latter would send him out of the country, after the war.  He chose to voluntarily join and served at a hospital in England where he was a dental technician, a career which served him for more than 50 years.

After the war, a grateful nation granted him citizenship and he hasn't regretted it for a minute.  He hand made dentures, partials, bridges, etc., through the years and did well at it.

I think his story is one that could be emulated.  Honorable military service for so many years would grant someone citizenship.

Comment by Shane Hanover on December 7, 2011 at 12:37am

I look to Michelle Malkin as a beacon of what is right about America and what needs to be done to bring America back to greatness.I really respect her work and admire her as as great American and patriot.

Comment by IamTheMob on August 18, 2011 at 11:46am

Michelle's latest blog, about Rick Perry, is rather enlightening.

 

Michelle Malkin: Rick Perry's Bad Medicine

Comment by Edmund Goodwin on June 10, 2011 at 4:04am

Here is a link to a pretty decent biography of Michelle.  It does not say her parents were citizens, just that they are filipino.

 

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/biography-of-michelle-malkin.html

Comment by Bruce Tyler on March 28, 2011 at 8:21pm
Who would love Michelle,she is very beautiful and very smart..I wish i could clone her and have one for my own LOL
Comment by frederick william muhlbauer on October 25, 2010 at 1:31pm
Michelle is the best she is smart and sensible and I agree with 100 percent of what she says. Love Michelle
Comment by Tom And Lyn on October 24, 2010 at 6:39pm
Hi Michelle Malkin
My wife and I have watched you over the years and we like what we see, both my wife and I feel the same way as you do about illegal immigration, here is our story.

I am very sensitive in the case of illegal immigrants coming across our borders!!!
Let me tell all of you a little story about my wife and I and about "Legal Immigration"
Back in November of 2003 my wife and I met on the internet in a chat room, she is from the Phillippines. I courted her for about 6 months until one day I decided to take a vacation and go and meet with her in person. When I arrived in the Phillippines and met with her face to face, I had no idea I was going to fall in love with her so deeply, it was like I had found my solemate. After I had been there 2 weeks I got down on my Knees in front of her family and proposed, at that moment in my life I was the happiest man on the earth. I had found someone that I could tell my hole life story to, wether good or bad and not feel ashamed. It was a unconditional love that I had longed for all my life.
When it was time for me to leave and come back home it was one of the hardest things in my life I had ever experienced, I was going to have to leave her there in the Philippines. On the way back home this tough macho man broke down and cried all the way home, the pain in my heart was very intense. I told myself that when I got home I would immediately file the paper work, and petition her. When I was in the Philippines I made copies of everything the marriage certificate, photos, and all the things necessary that would prove our marriage valid. When I got home I went on the US Citizenship and Immigration Services web site to get a list of things I would need to get it started. After about a year an a half of filing paper work my wife was ready to come to the United States as a permanent resident, that day was another day that I was the happiest man on the earth. I pick her up in San Francisco and drove her to Reno Nevada were I had our home set up for the 2 of us, after about 2 weeks she received in the mail her Green Card, Social Security Card, and was able to go to work as soon as she found a job, it was just that simple. We both have been married now for six years and the love we share today is the same as it was the first day we met in the Philippines. We also have 2 very beautiful daughters one 3 years old and the other 5 months. Seven months ago my wife filed for her US citizenship and now she is a US citizen, I am so proud of her she has worked so hard for it and she is proud to be an American. Next November it will be her first time to vote and she is very happy about that.
The point of this story is everything my wife and I have done is within the boundaries of the Law and it is all about "legal immigration"
So when I say I am very sensitive in the case of illegal immigrants coming across our borders!!! You will understand why!!
Since my wife and I have work so hard for her US citizenship we both are very angered at the process and it needs to be taken care of NOW!!!
Illegal immigrants do not respect our laws!!! And they hide in the shadows!!
Here Are a few points
# 1 It is Illegal !!!! Plain and Simple!!!
# 2 They are filling up our Emergency Rooms And costing the tax Payers large amounts
of Money!!!
# 3 We do not Know who they are, or were they are living!!!
# 4 Some or most of them are bringing illegal drugs across our borders!!!
# 5 They are not paying Taxes, and they do not have a Social Security Number!!!
# 6 Some of the time it ends up in violence or death at the border or on our homeland
And The list goes on and on!!
When will illegal immigrants understand that it is not in there best interest to come to the United States illegally?? There are so many ways to come here they just have to do it the right way period!!!!
"Legal Immigration" Is The Answer!!!
Comment by Barry W Gaugler on October 15, 2010 at 9:01pm
I am a Vet. We take in homeless people. It matters not what race they are. My wife and I can barely make it own with what we both earn, but we have almost always had an otherwise homeless person living in our home. I guess we are racist bigots according to those compassionate liberals who tax us to death. I have no real wealth because the government takes it from me. We make over $40,000 a year with two mortgages on our home. Thank G-d we are rich according to Progressive/Liberals. We must be rich because they tax us to death. Thank you Jesus for our wealth that liberals can't take from us.
 

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