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Real Rape Culture

Pat Condell lays down some unpleasant truths for the Eurocrats who, in order to fight fascism, are instituting fascism across their continent. No wonder Europeans are repudiating their ostensible leaders. For more on the mushrooming rape epidemic in Europe, see Jim Goad’s disturbing essay in Taki Mag.
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Children of the Corn

Children of the Corn

  It seems that Mama Merkel should have reconsidered before deciding to invite an army of Islamic males from the Middle East to nest in the middle of Central Europe. Piers Akerman explores the fallout from what will surely go down as one of the most egregiously stupid decisions to be made by a...
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The Thursday Afternoon Massacre

The Thursday Afternoon Massacre

After much speculation, and devastating comments from his colleagues, the heir apparent is heir no longer. In what will henceforth be known as the briefest Speakership to be since the ignominious resignation of Congressman Bob Livingston, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has decided to forgo his candidacy.
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The New Tower Of Babel

The New Tower Of Babel

Mark Levin’s blistering take on the latest report demonstrating the baleful consequences of the 1965 Immigration Act is a must-listen! You can view the Center for Immigration Studies backgrounder here and the full report here. It makes for grim, but necessary, reading during a week when the gatekeepers of open borders, see NPR,  are...
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Ted Kennedy’s Shameful Legacy

Ted Kennedy’s Shameful Legacy

Although the law which fundamentally transformed this nation does not bear his name, the late Senator Edward Kennedy was one of the chief architects of legislation which unleashed the tsunami of unfettered immigration, the effects of which we will be dealing with for many generations to come. Like almost every bill or momentous policy supported...
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Hart-Celler 50 Years On

Hart-Celler 50 Years On

Today marks the half-century mark of what is one of the most important-and arguably, the most disastrous-pieces of domestic legislation enacted by the United States Congress. Manipulating the national sense of shame over what were genuine grievances felt by black Americans whose fundamental civil rights had been denied, Lyndon Johnson and his former legislative...
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Darth Vader Summers In Orlando

Darth Vader Summers In Orlando

The Center for Immigration studies has produced a brilliant satire of the unscrupulous policies pursued by the Disney corporation in its endless pursuit of cheap, imported labor. Its exploitation of the fundamentally corrupt, anti-American H1-B Visa program has been well documented, on this site as well as in many other news outlets. However, this...
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Politifact and Fiction (The Race for the White House)

Politifact and Fiction (The Race for the White House)

Even as grossly overpaid journalists focus upon the theatrics of the upcoming presidential race, barely eclipsing the work of professional Mexican Jorge Ramos, there are citizens doing yeoman’s work dissecting the actual positions of leading candidates on issues of consequence.
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The Emperor of All Maladies

The Emperor of All Maladies

  September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a campaign that you can learn more about from a variety of sources, including Mary Tyler Mom. Every day this month that blog will feature the personal story of someone whose life was profoundly impacted by the cancer diagnosis of a loved one, friend, or patient. Even...
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Open Borders Ad Perpetuam

Open Borders Ad Perpetuam

It’s funny how the most vociferous supporters of importing Syrian and Middle Eastern refugees to the West don’t seem to care that much about the official indifference of the extraordinarily wealthy Gulf Arab states. Which, to be blunt, have been less than helpful in alleviating the suffering of those streaming into Europe. Even the...
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