Is it too early to suggest ending the H-2a agricultural visa? The increasingly affordable cost of agricultural robots is making them an attractive choice for farmers rather than hiring foreign workers who are now often more expensive than the machines. Some of the new farmbots are compact, rentable and therefore suitable for small-scale farmers.
Earlier this […]
How seriously does Washington take national security as we near the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 jihad attacks against America?
Not so much, it would appear, given that there is still no way for the government to track when or if visitors leave on their temporary visas, which was an important recommendation from the 9/11 Commission, […]
Saturday’s Fresno jailhouse shooting of two unarmed deputies by Laotian Thong Vang (pictured) has shined a light once again (!) on reprobate countries that refuse to accept their deported illegal alien criminals. Tools exist to help the State Department to convince recalcitrant nations to take back their bums, including the ability to block foreign aid or deny visas, […]
Donald Trump continues to impress with his unwavering attention to crime victims of illegal aliens. On Friday, he met with Shalga Hightower, the mother of Iofemi, who was murdered by an illegal alien and other hispanics in a barbaric gang attack.
In 2007, four school friends were hanging out and listening to music in a schoolyard […]
Are liberal elites capable of learning from events that contradict the theory?
Certainly not Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union. He recently made headlines by remarking that “Borders are the worst invention ever!”
Whoa. That comment followed an invasion via immigration of over a million unfriendly Syrians and other […]
Senator Sessions appeared on Fox News Sunday morning and for once he had an interviewer — Tucker Carlson — who is knowledgeable enough on the subject of immigration to have a decent conversation with the senator.
Below, Senator Sessions spoke at candidate Trump’s Mobile, Alabama, rally on August 21, 2015.
Unfortunately, Senator Sessions was too polite to call […]
When I attended summer camp in the previous century, we kids learned important skills like building fires and tying knots. I still remember the correct up and overs to produce a perfect square knot.
But nowadays, leftwingers run summer camps that can resemble Hitler Youth gatherings in terms of indoctrination: it’s Alinsky for kiddies.
Here’s a snap […]
Sometimes journalistic artistes who seek to mold public opinion via compelling sob stories of illegal aliens miss the mark by including too many details about diverse dysfunction. The LA Times’ Tuesday front-pager may have lurched into the fact zone concerning Maya illegals and the number in the Central American horde who have crossed Obama’s open border. […]
Last winter I wrote an article for The Social Contract titled Presidential Candidates: Why Is Automation’s Job Destruction Not Being Debated? (PDF version here). That piece covered the whole primary field, which turned out to be easy because none of the various 20+ contenders discussed the looming economic and social threat of machines and software replacing […]
Obama’s countdown to post-President is notable for even less border enforcement and increased numbers of potential unfriendlies from the Middle East, in particular unscreenable Syrians. FBI Director Comey testified to Congress last year that Syrians cannot be checked out for jihad affiliations because the US has no access to Syrian records. Yet they are welcomed […]
Sanctuary cities are another terrible immigration policy that has brought preventable crime and death to America, yet the practice continues because powerful elites want cheap labor and open borders. As a result, the notion of America being a “nation of laws” has suffered enormously, along with the unnecessary carnage.
On July 1, 2015, Kate Steinle was […]