Posts Tagged ‘ Michelle Malkin ’

Emotion vs. Reason

Emotion vs. Reason

One of the most infuriating aspects of the open borders campaign is the extent to which it’s based on emotion-driven, rather than empirical, arguments. The physical expression of this tendency manifested itself in Utah recently, during a rally held in support of Rep. Stephen Sandstrom’s Illegal Immigration Enforcement Act. 
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Salman Rushdie Speaks Truth To Power…Again

Salman Rushdie Speaks Truth To Power…Again

One of the few salutory effects of unfettered immigration to the West from developing and third world nations is the growing awareness among previously skeptical observers-even among certain parts of the left wing intelligentsia-that open borders might not be such an unqualified good.
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For Better Or Worse

For Better Or Worse

There are so many delicious aspects to this story, which reinforce so many pre-existing stereotypes, that it’s hard to unpack it all at first. Here you have Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, an unabashed advocate for opening our borders and investing illegal aliens with all sorts of  rights and privileges
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