Are Europe’s Leaders in Denial about Islamic Terror?

Following the jihad attack in Barcelona, Tucker Carlson and Nigel Farage discussed what is going on in Europe with topics like — has anything been learned from the years of jihad terror?

It seems not. Europe’s borders remain open, and hundreds of thousands of potential enemies have flowed in, including many young male muslims. The AP […]

America’s AG Jeff Sessions Praises Miami-Dade after It Rejected Criminal-Protecting Sanctuary

It was good to see Attorney General speak against sanctuary policy on Wednesday in Miami, Florida. From a psychological viewpoint, commending good behavior is a good way to encourage its spread. AG Sessions applauded the city for adjusting its police policies to remove sanctuary elements, for which it is being rewarded by having no cut-off to […]

Tech Companies Are Making Us Less Free, Warns Tucker Carlson

The recent violence of Charlottesville, Virginia, and the overwrought reactions to it in certain quarters were on Tucker Carlson’s mind on Wednesday in his introductory monologue and follow-up discussion with Mark Steyn.

Protesters got in each other’s faces in Charlottesville.

Both agreed that big tech businesses have become very controlling of the behavior of citizens in ways […]

Oakland Sob Story Spectacle Comes to an End

The San Francisco Bay Area media has been awash for a few days with the story of the illegal alien Sanchez couple and their four kids (three anchors with one DACA) in Oakland. Maria Mendoza-Sanchez was featured on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle last week, and California Senator Dianne Feinstein visited the […]

Fast Food Expert Warns That Machines Are Coming for Jobs

Former McDonald’s CEO Ed Rensi appeared Friday on Fox Business and voiced opinions about the automation threat to employment.

Fmr. McDonald’s CEO: Human workers can’t compete with robot replacements, Fox Business, August 11, 2017

Former McDonald’s USA CEO Ed Rensi said regulation will force restaurants to turn to technology to make a profit.

“Not only is the minimum wage […]

Senator Feinstein Speeds to the Rescue of Deportees

There’s nothing like a tearful sob story to get attention, even at the highest echelons of power. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) swung into action after recently reading in the press that some Mexicans were being deported from her state:

Feinstein criticizes Trump over deportation that splits Oakland family, San Francisco Chronicle, August 10, 2017

Sen. Dianne Feinstein […]

Mexican Family to Be Reunited via Deportation

Have the last few days been Deportation Sob Story Week with 6,820 articles about repatriation appearing? And are four years more of same planned by top media? There has been no shortage of the sad stories of appealing foreigners who just “came for a better life” and stayed for the American jobs, education and an array of […]

More Deportation Hooey: Trump the Family Splitter!

Deportation sob stories are quite the thing for the mainstream media in the Age of Trump — so easy to write and dripping with liberal virtue. One illegal alien family hit the jackpot on Thursday with a front-pager in the San Francisco Chronicle and a similarly emotive story in the San Jose Mercury-News. Did the […]

Hotels and Restaurants Expand Use of Automation

Robot bellhops were introduced to the public as a coming thing in 2014 when trials began. Now they and other automated technology are becoming normalized, as reported in a CBS Los Angeles TV segment.

As is often the case, the media doesn’t know how to handle the automation issue and the CBS pirce wanders all over […]

California: Indian Illegal Alien Prepares for His Deportation

The illegal alien sob story genre is indeed undergoing a renaissance as a result of the Trump administration’s tough enforcement. These sniffler sagas are simple to write and are easily embellished with cutesy photos of kids and puppies to make the lawbreaker appear emotionally sympathetic. (Both dogs and children are shown in the video about […]

Mexico Border: They Keep Coming — the Kiddies & Moms, That Is

Is is not curious that illegal border crossings greatly increased in July? The influx normally slacks off in mid-summer because of the killer heat on Mexico’s northern edge. Furthermore, the unaccompanied alien children, AKA UACs, were up 27 percent, and family units escalated by 46 percent.

Is a new kiddie surge beginning?

Back in 2014, the Border […]

Robot T-shirt Factory Is Planned for Arkansas

Here’s a snapshot of the automated, globalized future: a Chinese company has acquired a factory in Arkansas to produce t-shirts for the German company Adidas using robot sewing machines from Atlanta business SoftWear Automation.

Clothing manufacture is big business and is important to small, poor countries like Honduras where the income from sewing jobs helps keep many […]

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