Posts Tagged ‘ National Review Online ’

Latinos and Immigration

Latinos and Immigration

One of the interesting things about conventional wisdom is that very often it turns out to be based upon assumptions that are false. A case in point being the widespread misconception that all Americans whose family origins lie in Latin America and the Caribbean are reflexively pro-mass immigration and in favor of amnesty, when...
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Dark Horse

Dark Horse

As those of you who are regular readers of this site will know, I’ve given extensive coverage to one of the more interesting gubernatorial races in this country which is taking place in the state of Colorado. Well, it turns out that the contest that appeared at first blush to be a cakewalk for the...
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Political Theater

Political Theater

Mark Krikorian, the indefatigable head of the Center for Immigration Studies, has a fantastic explanation of the controversy involving California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman’s former maid in yesterday’s edition of NRO’s The Corner. 
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