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Peasants With Pitchforks

Peasants With Pitchforks

The returns were barely in before the postmortems to this election were already being written. Naturally, the mainstream news media have completely misread last night’s results, continuing to ignore the electorate’s contempt for the open borders dogmatism which has guided American elite opinion on the subject of immigration for the past five decades. Thankfully,...
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The Daily Rattle, 11/3/14 (Election Eve Edition)

The Daily Rattle, 11/3/14 (Election Eve Edition)

  With Election Day imminent, it’s only appropriate that this edition of the Daily Rattle begins with a few news items dealing with important votes taking place throughout the country. One of the most revealing contests does not involve a single political candidate, but is actually a referendum taking place in the deep-blue state...
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Remembering The Departed

Remembering The Departed

Today is All Souls’ Day, when we pray for the deceased, particularly those close to us-family and friends-who’ve passed. It also marks the fourth annual National Day of Remembrance for the those who have lost their lives at the hands of illegal aliens. From New York’s own Adrienne Shelly to the young scholar-athlete Jamiel...
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Homecoming

Homecoming

Most of you are probably familiar with the recent plight of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, an American Marine imprisoned by the Mexican government for the past seven months for inadvertently crossing over the border with legal firearms inside of his motor vehicle. Sgt. Tahmooressi’s family, as well as millions of Americans from across the country...
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Anti-social Media (Seavey and Perry Discuss Proper Netiquette)

Anti-social Media (Seavey and Perry Discuss Proper Netiquette)

What better way to celebrate Halloween than listening to the latest podcast of Seavey and Perry on Culture, which explores the terrifying contemporary phenomenon known as Facebook?! In addition to plumbing the depths of social media, we also tackle Michael Keaton’s latest attempt to recapture his 1980s box office mojo, as well as the...
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Occupied New York

Occupied New York

Update: Seth Barron, of City Council Watch, has an invaluable op-ed in the New York Post exploring why this law is so galling.   As most of you probably know by now, the verminous members of the New York City Council have enacted yet another law intended to allay any fears the thousands of...
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A Voice Of Reason (Mark Steyn On The Parliament Hill Terror Attack)

A moving tribute and call to action by the great Mark Steyn.       
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Jihad On The March

Jihad On The March

More details about the presumed identity of the suspect in yesterday’s shootings in Parliament Hill are slowly trickling in. Notwithstanding the absurdist headline, I would recommend reading national security reporter Colin Freeze’s account in The Globe and Mail. As The Daily Telegraph points out, the inspiration for the latest wave of jihadist attacks draws...
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Attack On Parliament Hill

Attack On Parliament Hill

Update II: The gunman has been identified. Reuters gives us more details about the suspected shooter.  Update: Footage of shooting inside of the Canadian parliament. Follow live coverage of the terrorist attack, courtesy of The Globe and Mail.
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Exit Stage Left (Zuckerberg’s Wingman Gets The Ax)

Exit Stage Left (Zuckerberg’s Wingman Gets The Ax)

One of the chief failings of the open borders movement is its persistent myopia. The people who would transform this country into a large scale hotel-complete with the scanty wages paid to those working at the lower end of the hospitality industry-can’t look beyond their own narrow goal of boosting their profits and/or political...
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