Posts Tagged ‘ assimilation ’

Rewarding Criminality

This is a fantastic interview of Congressman Steve King-conducted last month after the President’s unconstitutional administrative amnesty-which I urge you all to listen to. Rep. King is one of the few members of Congress willing to stand up to Barack Obama’s subversion of the legislative process. A dogged opponent of multiculturalism, King is exceptional...
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The New Normans

Our good friend Pat Condell explains once again how the deliberate policy of ethnic cleansing pursued by the British elite throughout the 1990s has led to its domestic terror problem, which is so pervasive that it has earned England’s capital a less than flattering sobriquet. Unfortunately, the horrifying policies enacted by the government of the...
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The Fertile Crescent

One of the tragedies of post-Saddam Hussein Iraq is the depopulation of Christians from a country  in which they had thrived for well over a millennia. The death of Pope Shenouda III this weekend reminds us that the persecution of Christians is not limited to Iraq, but has infected the entire region to such...
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The Hyphen

The Hyphen

 John Wayne’s “The Hyphen”:
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Shop Honour on Cyber Monday

Shop Honour on Cyber Monday

I’m keeping the unique spelling in deference to the European sensibilities of Mrs. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, apostate, courageous fighter for human rights the world over, and founder of the AHA Foundation. As many of you might know, perhaps through the dogged coverage of this issue  on Atlas Shrugs, the epidemic of honor killings has...
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Trouble in the Heartland

Trouble in the Heartland

The photograph you see above was, perhaps unsurprisingly, taken in the United Kingdom. However, it could just as easily have been photographed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Lewiston, Maine, or Clarkston, Georgia. In fact, it could have been taken in any of the numerous, bucolic surburbs or thriving cities that have been the unwelcome recipient of thousands of...
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The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

One of those most inexplicable aspects of immigration policy in developed, Western nations is the tendency to give refuge to people who want to eradicate-or utterly transform-our way of life. While the media in this country often highlight the unresolved issues that stem from our shared border with Mexico, it rarely if ever discloses the...
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Saying Goodbye To An American Patriot

Saying Goodbye To An American Patriot

I’m very saddened to bring you news of the death of Joey Vento, the founder, owner, and operator of Geno’s Steaks, a Philadelphia landmark for over four decades. Yesterday he suffered a fatal heart attack at his home in Shamong at the age of 71.  The sign you see above was placed in Geno’s in...
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Thoughts On The Oslo Massacre

Thoughts On The Oslo Massacre

Some of you might be wondering why I haven’t yet addressed the horrific Utoya shootings and bombings targeting Regjeringskvartalet which occurred this weekend. The simple answer is that I don’t think there’s much of substance that I can add to the discussion, other than deploring the unspeakable actions of the mass murderer and expressing my deepest condolences to the people of...
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Behold Our Future

Behold Our Future

One of the biggest challenges to the future of Europe is the continued balkanization occurring as a result of massive immigration from predominantly Arab and Islamic nations, coupled with the inability and/or unwillingness of host countries to assimilate these men and women to Western culture. Even though the systemic problems associated with this phenomenon are most often...
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