There are all too few immigrant-return stories in the media, probably because they refute the liberal narrative that immigration is a total positive for all concerned because of the increased Diversity. For some people — perhaps many — the move is not what they imagined and the adjustment is too hard: immigration stress is the […]
Thursday’s front page story from the Sacramento Bee about Afghan translators who haven’t yet been rescued with a visa to America is a reminder that military entanglements abroad have a way of becoming a runway for immigrants. We further learn that thousands of Afghan nationals have settled in the Sacramento area on Special Immigrant Visas as […]
Sunday’s Washington Post had a major front-page story highlighting Wednesday’s election in the Netherlands and how immigration is an important issue with voters.
Naturally, the Post is shocked that liberal Holland would reject open borders and Muslim diversity. It regards any deviation from the one-worlder doctrine to be “far right.” The paper observes, “the Netherlands has […]
On Saturday, supporters of the president gathered around the country in the Spirit of America pro-Trump demonstrations. In most places, things went off well, but not in Berkeley, where violence reigned as police stood by and watched.
A number of the pro-Trump people were beyond middle age but they were attacked nevertheless by the young anarchists.
An elderly […]
Rainer Wendt is the President of the German Police Union, and he has fearlessly spoken out about the failure of Germany’s plunge into mass Muslim immigration. In an earlier interview, he observed, “And then there’s criminality among the refugees, meaning, rapes of women and of children, massive use of violence, criminal activities such as exploitation, slavery, we […]
Wednesday’s Los Angeles Times front-page story about the waning of black political power due to hispanic immigration into a historically African-American neighborhood made me think of Terry Anderson, the self-described “Prisoner of South Central.” Twenty or so years ago when Terry was getting attention on the radio and beyond for his outspoken views on immigration, he […]
The Los Angeles Times is astounded that President Trump wants immigration to be a legal process, and admitting foreigners should not endanger the safety of Americans.
In short, immigration should not be a suicide pact, but the Times finds that notion to be radical. The Times rejects out of hand the many arguments to restrict immigration […]
It’s refreshing to hear a clearly cultural defense of the newly revived nation state from Nigel Farage. It is widely recognized that a smaller, local government tends to be more responsive to citizen needs, and the US system of federalism balancing national and state government power reflects that philosophy. As former Czech President Vaclav Klaus […]
There aren’t many stories about deportees and their experiences after they arrive in their homelands, so a decent follow-on article can be interesting. The LA Times’ Sunday front-pager checked in with several deported Salvadorans and the results were mixed — some are doing well and others not.
Unlike wealthy Mexico, El Salvador is poor, plus there […]
On Sunday, a gaggle of diversity enthusiasts met up in Manhattan’s Times Square to celebrate a rally dubbed “I Am A Muslim Too” — a vile sentiment to be expressed just blocks from the site of the worst jihad mass murder in America, where 2,606 died in the World Trade Center on 9/11.
How quickly these […]
It’s good news that the populist principle supporting nation-state government and rejecting globalism is sweeping Europe.
The European Union mega-state has been a dismal failure, particularly its Schengen rule of dissolving borders which allowed illegal aliens from the Middle East to swarm throughout the continent. Smaller, more local government is looking very appealing to voters sick […]
David Kriehn died early Monday morning when a drunk-driving Mexican woman smashed into his car, causing it to flip several times into a ditch. He was on his way home from work after closing up the restaurant which he managed.
Grandfather David Kriehn, 66, graduated from Northwestern University, received a Masters of Divinity from Wisconsin Lutheran […]