Posts Tagged ‘ Mark Krikorian ’

Culture Clash

One of the most underreported aspects of our policy of mass immigration from the third world, especially predominately Muslim nations, is its impact upon national security. The fact that an Iraqi refugee attempted to detonate an improvised explosive device in the middle of Arizona seems to have escaped the notice of most major media...
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Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Fight Or Flight (The Stupid Party Bargains With Obama)

Last week’s election results undoubtedly left many readers deeply disappointed, if not disaffected, including those of you who couldn’t bring yourselves to cast your ballot for Mitt Romney for any number of well documented reasons. The prospect of a president unencumbered by electoral consequences, whose administration has already shown itself to be flagrantly indifferent...
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Democracy’s Future

Democracy’s Future

The precedent established by the Islamist-led prayer-not for the United States, of course-endorsed by the DNC continued on the second night of the Democratic National Convention. The celebration of a post-American nation included a brief, yet vitally important, speech by an illegal alien who served as a stand-in for the millions of “undocumented students”...
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America One, Mexico Cero

America One, Mexico Cero

I know that most of you are probably extremely frustrated by recent events, especially yesterday’s initiation of DACA, the patently illegal subversion of the constitution by this administration in pursuit of  retaining its unchecked executive power. It is an election year, after all. 
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Happy Flag Day, America

Happy Flag Day, America

Apparently, not everyone embraces this patriotic occasion with as much fervor as the followers of this website. It should come as no surprise that the Washington Post, a publication almost without parallel in ignoring dissenting views regarding immigration, would seek to elevate Mexican chauvinism at the expense of the United States. Aside from the contemporary,...
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The Case Against Legal Immigration

The Case Against Legal Immigration

The issue of immigration-or even the mention of immigration enforcement-has been wholly neglected by the presumptive nominees of this country’s two major political parties. Even as prominent politicians find new ways in which to exploit ethnic divisions for the sake of political expediency, the perverse incentives of America’s federal immigration policies remain unaddressed. While...
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Working Americans

Working Americans

Tomorrow afternoon a job fair will take place inside the Jacob Javits Center. Although routine by most standards-there have been numerous job fairs held in the Tri-State Area throughout the recession and prolonged, anemic economic recovery-one unusual aspect of the upcoming event is that it will be covered by WABC’s resident open borders advocate,...
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The Daily Rattle-April 15, 2012

The Daily Rattle-April 15, 2012

This month’s Rattle brings us a host of stories that the mainstream media didn’t cover sufficiently-preferring instead to shower accolades upon the man responsible for abandoning immigration enforcement in the name of political opportunism. We’ll cover everything from the latest spate of violent crimes committed by illegal aliens to Barack Obama’s continued roll out of administrative amnesty, which now...
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Swimming Upstream

Swimming Upstream

That, of course, is Roy Beck, the founder and executive director of Numbers USA, which-as I’m sure my readers are well aware-is the single most effective grassroots organization lobbying on Capitol Hill for immigration enforcement. I had the pleasure of listening to a fascinating address he delivered at the Penn Club in Manhattan last...
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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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