Posts Tagged ‘ slavery ’

The Bane of the Cheap Labor Lobby

It turns out that a convergence of factors is forcing the mainstream media’s favorite martyrs to raise wage rates beyond subsistence levels. It’s bad enough that our nation’s put-upon farmers have to pay their imported peons a reasonable wage, but now they’re being forced to hire American teenagers! Have you ever heard of such...
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The DC March for Jobs (America’s Black Shield)

Any summary of the day’s proceedings would not be complete-and I promise that this will be the last video-without sharing the inimitable voice of Ted Hayes, America’s Black Shield. Pay close attention to his description of the Reconstruction amendments, which-as we’ve pointed out repeatedly on American Rattlesnake-were not intended to give sanctuary to trespassers...
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Do Your Part To End Slavery

There is something you can do to stop the most heinous abuses of illegal immigrants, and it can be as simple as making a phone call. American Rattlesnake recently recounted the tale of “V.M.” an Indian maid kept in servitude in upstate New York. Most striking is how this injustice was found out —...
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Immigrants in Bondage

Immigrants in Bondage

Numerous news outlets are reporting on the case of Annie George, a wealthy Indian immigrant who kept another Indian, known as “V.M.”, in virtual slavery in upstate New York, paying her the equivalent of eighty-seven cents an hour to work for her family over the past six years. The best reporting comes from the...
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A Beautiful Mosaic

The disastrous consequences of unfettered immigration and state-enforced multiculturalism upon Europe, particularly, the United Kingdom, is a subject that we’ve addressed repeatedly on this website. It seems that the problems which stem from Europe’s open borders and inexorable deconstruction of national identity have finally been acknowledged by the information gatekeepers at the British Broadcasting...
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Stolen: Part II

Stolen: Part II

I never thought that a film review by our valued contributor, Marion D.S. Dreyfus, would elicit such controversy, but apparently there are those who disagree vehemently with the conclusions drawn in the documentary she wrote up for our website earlier this month.
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Stolen: A Story of Modern-day Slavery

Stolen: A Story of Modern-day Slavery

In an excellent documentary called Stolen, which sets out to document a family reunion in the sole region in Africa where Spanish is spoken, filmmakers Ayala and Fallshaw uncover a bigger story than they had originally planned.
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