Posts Tagged ‘ Robert Rector ’

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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Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

Republican Voters vs. Republican Politicians

As the White House contemplates an expansion of its constitutionally dubious administrative amnesty, it’s worth taking a look at how the treason lobby’s Republican accomplices are dealing with the public’s repudiation of their most cherished legislative priority, i.e. opening the spigot to an endless stream of cheap, imported labor. A particularly revealing exchange happened...
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The Economics Of Immigration

One of the depressingly familiar truths about immigration debates in this country-as well as most other liberal democracies in the West-is the inability to gain any useful information from  what should ostensibly be a valuable resource, i.e. the mainstream news media. Instead of critically examining the salient facts about the massive sociological experiment we...
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Shut Out Of The Job Market

The forces behind the worst piece of immigration legislation since the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act are hard at work. It’s time that patriotic citizens began to resist the elites’ drive to immiserate the American public and burden future generations with incalculable debts. Start asking questions, and  start demanding that your congressman explain...
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The Race Card Is Dealt

The Race Card Is Dealt

When in doubt, shout ‘RACIST!’ The open borders lynch mob continues its uniformed, malicious smear of Jason Richwine, occasionally taking time to engage in subsidiary slanders against other scholars, such as Charles Murray, even after its campaign of defamation succeeded in forcing his resignation from the Heritage foundation. You can now read his  PhD...
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Rebutting The Critics

The critics are wrong. However, there are valuable lessons to be drawn from this experience. Lesson 1. Never trust Jennifer Rubin, who has a tenuous grasp of reality, as we’ve pointed out in the past.
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The New Face Of Immigration Reform?

The New Face Of Immigration Reform?

In this case “reform” means a plan to further immiserate the American taxpayer in order to defray the costs of expanding upon our system of open borders, not what normal, rational people think of when they use the word reform. Nevertheless, I fully concur with Steve Sailer’s opinion that the most effective political strategy...
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Two Americans (The Case Against Joe Arpaio)

Two Americans (The Case Against Joe Arpaio)

With the United States Senate rushing headlong into its rendezvous with destiny, i.e. deconstructing what remains of this nation’s anemic and beleaguered economy, and the U.S. House following suit, it  seems appropriate to examine cui bono from these developments. Obviously not American citizens, beyond Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and the politicians who’ll be handsomely...
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Focus

Focus

It’s nice to know that as our nation’s immigration enforcement mechanisms are being systematically dismantled, ICE has its priorities in order. Even as the latest iteration of an economically backbreaking, national security imperiling amnesty is cooked up by esteemed members of the United States Senate, John Morton is once again hard at work ordering his bureaucrats...
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Labor Pains

Labor Pains

With the resignation of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, it’s instructive to take a brief look over the Obama administration’s  labor policy priorities these past four years. Although the prime objectives of organized labor, such as the enactment of card check legislation, never saw the light of day during President Obama’s first term, labor unions...
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