Reverend Billy Graham Is Dead at 99 after a Life of Inspiring Others

It was a shock to hear Wednesday morning about the death of evangelist Billy Graham at age 99. Death at such great age shouldn’t be a surprise, but Rev. Graham was such a fixture in American life, it’s hard to think of him being gone.

How powerful was Graham as a spiritual influence? His message could […]

Arizona Approves Waymo for Commercial Self-Driving on Its Streets

The self-driving revolution took another step forward recently when the state of Arizona gave the Waymo company a permit to charge customers for its transportation service. The self-driving cars have been tested on Phoenix streets for several months with people riding for free, and the new authorization allows the company to charge customers which puts […]

Automation Is Observed In Baltimore

A recent article in the Baltimore Sun investigated the topic of whether we should fear automation because of job loss. The piece is interesting because it contains a curiously balanced presentation with think tank projections for the future robotization versus current industry deflection with odd reasoning, e.g. “For every robot, you need a robot repair […]

Endless Immigration Means a Permanent Democrat Majority

It was disappointing to hear Rush Limbaugh say on Fox News Sunday that Democrats “need a permanent underclass that is dependent on the government.” That’s certainly true to a degree, but it is not the most important point.

As many people have noticed, the great majority of immigrants vote Democrat, and continued mass immigration means a permanent […]

Older Illegal Aliens Are Resentful of Dreamers

Everyone is a victim these days in America, and even lawbreaking foreigners have sob stories. Sunday’s Los Angeles Times front page played up the feelings of older illegal aliens who resent the attention paid to Dreamer lawbreakers — boo hooey! The non-Dreamers have American jobs and haven’t been deported, but it’s not enough for the […]

DACA Amnesty Debate Starts Up in Senate

Monday’s Senate discussion about immigration legislation was a rare open-ended debate, so the citizens can’t be sure of the result.

Interestingly, the phrase “through no fault of their own” referring to DACA recipients was heard often during the dialogue. It occurred in longer phrases like “young people who were brought here through no fault of their […]

The Upcoming Immigration Debate in Congress Is Discussed on Fox News

You would think that Fox star Chris Wallace had never interviewed a conservative before, judging from some of his clueless questions to Congressman Jim Jordan about illegal immigration on the big Sunday show. Wallace seemed genuinely surprised that a founder of the pro-sovereignty Freedom Caucus objected to a replay of the 1986 failure of Amnesty […]

Cotton Harvesting Technology Cuts Labor Costs

A century ago, one of the most miserable jobs was picking cotton in the hot sun. Now cotton farming has become highly automated like much of present-day agriculture. One cutting-edge machine is a John Deere cotton stripper which moves through the fields, picking and processing eight rows of cotton at a time and finally plopping […]

PBS Reports Germans’ Growing Rejection of Open Borders

PBS did a rare realistic piece on the violence of muslims on its NewsHour program this week that portrayed the anger of Germans for what Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open borders policy has done to their country. By way of contrast, the network recently replayed Frontline’s Exodus documentary about the travails of Syrian refugees, and it […]

Mexican Mom Struggles Back Home after Self-Deporting

“Self-deport” is a verb that has arisen from our modern struggles with national sovereignty: some illegal aliens decide that the hassle of dealing with their unlawful status is too much and they depart for their home country. It’s a double-good situation, where taxpayers don’t have to buy tickets for the intrusive job thieves, and it’s […]

President Trump Brainstorms with Group about Crushing MS-13 Gang

On Tuesday, President Trump held an hour-long roundtable to discuss the problem of the brutal MS-13 gang. He met with Congress members, law enforcement officers and administration officials, in particular Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

An underlying theme of the meeting was the inability of current laws to do the job of protecting the […]

Illegal Alien Crime Gets Front Page Coverage Because of NFL Victim

Most victims of illegal alien crime don’t get headline coverage because they aren’t famous. That is not the case with NFL athlete Edwin Jackson of the Colts whose face appeared on the Indianapolis Star on Monday:

On Tuesday, the paper used its front page to inform readers that the drunk driver was a twice-deported illegal alien […]

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