English First Posts Archive
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Wednesday 02/06/2013, 11:05am
In reading through the amicus briefs submitted by anti-gay groups to the Supreme Court, we’ve been generally impressed by the relative restraint of their legal arguments compared to their day-to-day anti-gay tirades. But not so with the two briefs submitted last week by a hodgepodge coalition of conservative groups. Citizens United’s National Committee for Family, Faith and Prayer filed two no-holds-barred amicus briefs last week, one in defense of Prop 8 [pdf] and one in defense of DOMA [pdf]. They were joined in both by the anti-immigrant groups Declaration Alliance and English... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Thursday 12/27/2007, 4:09pm
The English First Political Victory Fund has endorsed Mitt Romney, calling him "a veritable Rock of Gibraltar on official English." MORE >
, Wednesday 08/15/2007, 3:46pm
While efforts to make English the official language of the U.S. and eliminate bilingual ballot access are usually linked directly to efforts to restrict immigration or crack down on immigrants, some people might remain confused, thinking that groups like English First are focused merely on promoting the English language. Jim Boulet, executive director of English First, helps to clear that up by opposing expanding English lessons for “the illegals”: He says it is not the responsibility of the taxpayers to pay for English lessons for people who are in the country... MORE >
, Thursday 01/18/2007, 5:17pm
“With some people, the issue of amnesty is a litmus test and anything short of a concentration camp is amnesty,” said Republican National Committee member Paul Senft Jr. of Florida. He was speaking of his fellow RNC members, a number of whom are plotting a party coup to prevent Sen. Mel Martinez (R-Florida), Bush’s pick, from assuming the title of general chairman. Bush picked Martinez to head the Republican Party shortly after the midterm elections, in which the party lost control of both houses of Congress in spite of – or because of – the... MORE >
GOP Candidates Really Don't Want To Talk About 'Kill The Gays' Conference
11/18/15 @ 2:50pm
Marco Rubio: 'Ignore' Gay Marriage Decision Because 'God's Rules Always Win'
11/25/15 @ 11:40am
Texas GOPer Wants Vote On Secession From U.S.
11/25/15 @ 11:15am
Linda Harvey: Anti-Gay Activists Are Running Out Of Places To Shop!
11/25/15 @ 1:45pm
Shoebat: Those Killed At Paris Rock Concert Were Devil Worshippers Who Got What They Deserved
11/18/15 @ 2:42pm