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More was Lost at Mohács

More was Lost at Mohács

A nation without borders is no longer a nation. Now the citizens of Europe must ask themselves if their continent, which has become a transit hub/social welfare agency for those fleeing the Islamic south, is still Europe in any meaningful sense of the word. Naturally, the cheerleaders for European self-immolation oppose any effort aimed...
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The World Turned Upside Down

Ezra Levant captures what’s wrong with the current state of affairs in a nutshell. Glenn Reynolds contributes his own insightful thoughts to the thwarted Islamic terror attack in France in USA Today.  
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Stopping Terror In Its Tracks

Stopping Terror In Its Tracks

As Oscar Brand pointed out to us many years ago-singing about another titanic global struggle against fascism-it never pays to underestimate the courage of American servicemen. The brave men of the U.S. Armed Forces came to the rescue once again this week-assisted by a brave American college student and plucky Brit-preventing a repeat of...
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The Nature Of Citizenship

The Nature Of Citizenship

  One of the most remarkable aspects of the current presidential campaign is its unprecedented focus upon some of the more egregiously stupid and deleterious aspects of this country’s immigration policy. In addition to the lethal consequences of municipal sanctuary laws, there is the question of jus soli, colloquially known as birthright citizenship, which...
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The Mask Slips

The Mask Slips

It seems like our Mexican friends would benefit from consulting their marionettes in the American press, who are laboring under the misimpression that our sub-culture of illegal immigrants-60 percent of whom come from our neighbor to the south-is much smaller than we’ve been led to believe. At least, according to Arturo Sarukhan, a man...
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The Trump Agenda

The Trump Agenda

This weekend saw the release of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s much-anticipated immigration reform platform, and judging by my Twitter timeline it has generated a wide array of very vociferous reactions. Much like the candidate himself, it must be stated. However, when you stop to examine the document, the proposals are remarkable for their reasonableness....
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La La Land

La La Land

  One of the chief tools used by the open borders movement in its attack upon immigration law is a sustained frontal assault upon our language. Specifically, altering the plain meaning of words that until recently all of us took for granted. By stigmatizing descriptive, precise language, such as the phrase “illegal aliens,” they...
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2016: The Race Begins

2016: The Race Begins

Numbers USA’s live-blog of the GOP undercard is up!  To the extent that Fox’s traditionally timid-at least, so far as immigration matters are concerned-news anchors are willing to broach the subject that’s on everyone’s mind, tomorrow’s main event should be worth watching.
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Mythbusting (Sanctuary Cities Kill)

  The Center for Immigration Studies has provided the American public with a store of invaluable research explaining the dimensions of our current immigration problems, as followers of this site-perhaps more than others-are well aware. One of their tireless researchers is their Director of Policy Studies Jessica Vaughan, who testified before the House Judiciary...
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Misgovernance

Misgovernance

Although not bearing directly upon the subject central to this website’s mission, the U.S. Senate’s decision this weekend to revive the heretofore deceased Export-Import Bank illuminates both the rancid nature of Congress and its inability to exercise anything approaching oversight upon an administration flagrantly abusing its authority.
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