Posts Tagged ‘ Center for Immigration Studies ’

The American Work Ethic

Some interesting thoughts from my favorite libertarian-after the great Hans Hermann-Hoppe-about our civilization’s defining issue. Charles Murray’s summation is worth pondering, because it cuts to the heart of open borders dogma.
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Real Talk About Open Borders

Real Talk About Open Borders

Addendum: In order to grasp just how destructive mass immigration, in concert with state-enforced multiculturalism, is to social capital take a look at this British poll. As you’ll notice, people living in Northern Ireland-the part of the UK which has been riven by sectarian conflict for over a century-trust their neighbors more than those...
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The Race For The White House (Mark Krikorian Weighs In)

One of the prerequisites for any immigration debate taking place in North America or Europe is that no advocate for reasonable immigration policies be given an equal opportunity to voice his or her views on the subject. The very notion that someone opposing unfettered third world immigration might be given the chance to articulate the...
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Desert Visions (Update on Dicks Peak Fire)

Desert Visions (Update on Dicks Peak Fire)

The chaotic, lawless status quo maintained on our southern border is one of our least-reported domestic catastrophes. This isn’t surprising when you consider the fact that our news media view themselves primarily as a platform for immigrants, illegal aliens and their benefactors more than objective outlets designed to convey pertinent information to the broader...
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Epidemiology Out The Window

Epidemiology Out The Window

Even as the horse race aspect of this presidential election consumes ever more air-time, the current administration continues to enact immigration policies by administrative fiat which have the potential to harm scores of Americans. A case in point is its recent decision to remove some sexually transmitted infections from the list of diseases which...
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Supreme Politics

Supreme Politics

Many of you are probably wondering how the untimely passing of Justice Scalia will impact Texas vs. United States, the landmark case which will determine whether or not President Obama has the authority to unilaterally modify federal immigration law. Thankfully, Jon Feere  has a written a fantastic blog entry which explains all of the...
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Genuine Debate

All too often the choices offered to the American public come down to differences of packaging. Would you rather vote for the interventionist, open borders, chubby white guy, or the interventionist, open borders, svelte Hispanic male? The media’s relentless denial of the facts and refusal to acknowledge alternative points of view only entrenches the...
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Civil Rights Heroes

Civil Rights Heroes

For a party which purports to have the best interests of African-Americans at heart, and which lobbies tirelessly for their votes-when it’s convenient, it should be noted-the Democrats have a shocking lack of empathy for black Americans. At least, those in the working class who are seeking gainful employment while competing against millions of...
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Ungrateful Invaders

The sans culottes of the treason lobby-as well as their illegal alien shock troops-took to the streets recently in order to inveigh against President Obama’s symbolic, pathetic action against OTMs from Central America. I wonder why the American public isn’t more enamored of these lovely young DREAMers.  You can watch Part II here. The...
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The New J Visa

  This time, it stands for jihad. ABC News explains the process by which the San Bernardino’s chief accomplice came to find herself on American soil. Malik came to the U.S. on what is known as a “fiancé” visa, which allows an American fiancé to petition for his or her partner’s temporary entry before...
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