Geert Wilders, a member of the Dutch Parliament, has been a leader against hostile Islam for years, and he is naturally unhappy to see the insanely dangerous invasion of Europe occurring now. He recommends the Australian solution of turning back the migrants before they arrive, a technique which has worked.
He recently spoke on a Youtube […]
It’s nice to learn that not everyone in Mexifornia is completely insane about the government shielding foreign lawbreakers. Even a majority of Democrats — 73 percent! — think illegal alien criminals should not be a protected class. Who knew?
The poll was conducted by the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley.
In other sanctuary news, on Friday […]
Martin Ford, the author of Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future, visited Australia recently for some speaking and media appearances. In a radio interview, he made the point that the old fix of education won’t work this time because the technology is too advanced and continues to move ahead […]
Just when you think crazy utopian liberalism has gone about as far as it can go, you see the outer limits declared on the front page of the New York Times, as happened on Tuesday’s paper that headlined “Crisis Tests European Core Value: Open Borders.”
Silly me, I thought the Schengen Agreement creating a borderless area […]
The parents of Kate Steinle appeared with their lawyer in a Tuesday news conference in front of San Francisco City Hall to announce a suit against the city and government agencies for failing to follow immigration law, negligence which led to the death of their daughter.
Below, the late Kate Steinle (left) and her parents Jim […]
Monday’s San Francisco Chronicle has an article that’s an immigration two-fer. The paper’s front page shows an Indian immigrant kid playing cricket in an East Bay suburb, because what foreigner wants to play baseball in America any more? Assimilation would be too much to ask of today’s diverse global citizens, and anyway it might hurt […]
It’s easy to visualize the robot aspect of the smart machine revolution, with post-human manufacturing happening more and more. We are accustomed to images of big robot arms constructing automobiles with no people in sight, but there is also plenty of technological unemployment that is being created by computers. Some white collar professions are just as […]
Donald Trump’s un-consultantized speech about political matters has had many positive results, most particularly honesty about immigration and borders. Also high on the list of accomplishments is his effective mauling of political correctness.
One measure: a late-August poll from Rasmussen found 71 percent of Americans believe political correctness is a problem. By comparison, a similar question […]
I learned something by reading a Wednesday front-page New York Times story, that technology and smartphones fuel the current multitude of illegal immigration from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. The internet helps any Mohammed from Senegal to Kabul to make his way across thousands of miles of foreign territory to the welfare offices of his dreams […]
This report from Down Under probably describes the situation in all first-world societies: colleges and trade schools are cranking out increasingly useless degrees and skills that will not serve the economic interests of those who work for years to get them. The workplace is undergoing fundamental change because of automation, robotics and computers, but hidebound […]
Chancellor Angela Merkel has big resettlement plans for Germany, whether the German people want 800,000 mostly Muslim illegal aliens or not. An uprising happened in the town of Heidenau over the weekend because of government plans to deposit 600 foreigners of unspecified origin, although one Afghan newbie was quoted in a press account.
News reports say […]
Watching snotty globalist Fareed Zakaria is generally a waste of time, but the segment of his CNN show with writer Derek Thompson was informative because it discussed automation’s threat to ordinary American jobs. Thompson wrote the May Atlantic article about the subject, A World without Work, that got some attention.
The only clip I could find was […]