There’s not much news coverage from the open borders in these days of political hysteria, but the occasional report does note the surge of illegals who fear a President Trump who has promised enforcement of America’s perimeter.
CBS reported last week about the Surge of migrants illegally crossing U.S.-Mexico border ahead of election. Nowadays the illegals […]
Paris streets in certain locales filled with moocher illegal aliens after the Calais encampment of several thousand was closed a few days ago. The Bureau of Migration told local media that the number of migrants in the area of the Stalingrad metro station had jumped from 2,000 to 3,000 within a few days as foreigners […]
Author Peter Schweizer wrote the book Clinton Cash, which was later turned into a movie (available for viewing on Breitbart.com), about the activities of the crime family that got rich selling political influence.
Schweizer has stayed on the case and commented on the unfolding developments, particularly regarding Hillary’s detached style of management regarding her responsibilities. Earlier […]
Paris, once called the City of Lights, now is home to squalid illegal alien camps, recently further worsened by additional residents since the authorities dismantled of the Calais encampment of thousands. For some reason, the government decided that redistributing the invasive foreigners around the country was a reasonable strategy. So a number of them unsurprisingly […]
Long-time friends of law and borders remember the unfounded attacks on American sovereignty defenders, in particular the slander of John Tanton (which he refuted at length).
See also the special 2010 issue of The Social Contract featuring articles which illuminate the true nature of the predatory SPLC organization.
Now the faux-hate-peddling money-grubbers at the SPLC are back, […]
It’s rare to see a politician who understands the threat to jobs from technology and who will also name the problem. There is a fair amount reporting in the mainstream media about how automation and advanced software are increasingly replacing human workers, but this subject has been largely missing from the political sphere. Remarkably, the volumes […]
JihadWatch researcher Robert Spencer has sorted through Hillary Clinton’s pronouncements about Muslims — saying they’re all peaceful to one audience vs. they cannot be vetted to another. And the immigration question — just how dangerous is it to admit the West’s historic enemy of 1400 years standing into American neighborhoods? Hillary has been flip-floppy.
Furthermore, this […]
Robot design and engineering is a growing business because companies want to reduce their labor costs and smart technology increasingly accomplishes that goal. And now, with robots becoming less expensive, machines will replace human workers in even the cheapest low-wage havens of Asia.
The PBS Newshour has done good reporting on the automation revolution, and the […]
Clinton biographer/whistle-blower Ed Klein, author of the new book about them Guilty As Sin, has another report about candidate Hillary Clinton’s poor health — an issue that should concern all Americans because the presidency is a hugely stressful job that requires top strength and stamina. The latest item is Hillary’s lengthy coughing attack during her […]
There’s an interesting front-page item from the liberal flagship: two diverse men in a physical altercation at the notorious San Jose Trump rally where a young woman wearing a Trump jersey was egged by a mob of men.
Oddly enough, the Times news article had no mention of Democrat operatives hiring provocateurs to create violent incidents […]
Apparently the liberal urge to civilization suicide via immigration remains strong in Britain. A recent kerfuffle has been over the “children” who are being shipped from the Calais “refugee” camp who are obviously adult men.
There is a computer program that estimates age from appearance, and many of the kiddies are determined to be adults. And in […]
Refugee Resettlement Watch noted another batch of targets a couple days ago including one unlucky city: New refugee seeding site: Youngstown, Ohio. That community is particularly unsuitable to be burdened by needy and/or hostile foreigners: it was plunged into a local depression by the closing of the major steel mill in 1977 and never recovered.
The steel […]