The city by the bay never misses an opportunity to push the diversity meme, and the sinkhole holiday was utilized on Thursday to teach young children about Spain’s catholic influence on early California through founding missions. This occurred even though Cinco de Mayo is the anniversary of Mexicans defeating the French army in the 1862 […]
Our narco-neighbor to the south is in a regular tizzy about Donald Trump for reminding Americans of what a lawless hellhole it is and why keeping them out with a wall is a good idea. Like many a useless government, the first move was to think “image makeover” rather than deal with actual problems.
On Tuesday, […]
Sunday’s Washington Post had a feature about a small Texas town where nearly all the elected officials have been arrested for corruption. Crystal City, population 7190 (2010 Census), is located 35 miles from the Mexico border.
Another important statistic: the town is 97 percent hispanic. The Mexican influence is strong there, given the cultural backgrounds of […]
The Washington Post brings us a man-bites-dog story about “refugees” who return to their homes in the Middle East because Europe made it too hard to get free stuff. The Post’s main subject, 25-year-old Iraqi Faisal Uday Faisal, had job skills that included making tea and sweeping in a government office, so he was not a […]
Among the top worst ideas for America is to make Spanish-speaking, welfare-addicted, deeply corrupt Puerto Rico a state. Some Republican Presidential candidates — Marco Rubio, Jeb! Bush and Ben Carson — are strong proponents, as noted in a recent Fox News report about the territory’s money troubles:
MARCO RUBIO: I support statehood if that’s what they […]
The prophet Mohammed recommended camel piss as a beneficial drink for the faithful, and apparently some do, judging from a recent news story from The Kingdom. A store owner had his shop shut down by authorities when it was discovered the liquid advertised as camel urine was actually his own. Imagine the outrage! Is there […]
Sunday’s San Jose Mercury News had a big front-page graphic showing the tech industry’s big plans to wire the third world for the internet.
One of the movers and shakers of the internetization of the planet is Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, an open-borders billionaire who says he wants to share.
Zuck’s project is a drone with a […]
Fox News and others have been showing a version of a hate video made by a group called Deport Racism that has all the nasty bits bleeped or smudged out. Naturally the internet has the original obscene rant, for the time being at least.
The acceptable media explanation seems to be how terrible it is that […]
As the weather turns cold on the western coast of France, illegal aliens in Calais are abandoning their tents and building more substantial structures to survive the winter. The place is turning from a camp to a shantytown.
Below, a humble shack is one of many being built in “The Jungle” where thousands of lawless foreigners hope to reach […]
Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal had a diverse front-pager about Eritreans escaping a dictatorial regime to reach next-door Ethiopia and far-away Europe. The online article has an array of sensitive photos highlighting difficulties of their lives both in the homeland and in Ethiopian refugee camps.
Below, an Eritrean woman resides in an Ethiopian refugee camp. At least […]
Illegal aliens have become picky shoppers during the current Camp-of-the-Saints-style invasion of Europe. The intruders are plugged in to the internet on their smartphones to keep up on optimal routes, and they are similarly knowledgeable about where the big freebies are. Hint: the favored goal on the invaders is Germany, thanks to Chancellor Merkel’s invitation to […]
On Thursday, French authorities dismantled two long-standing squatter camps and put the residents on buses for government-approved temporary housing where they can apply for asylum. The policy is a pathetic response to a third-world invasion of illegal aliens looking for handouts. Merely moving the invaders around and planning on plugging them in to the social […]