Posts Tagged ‘immigration’

Reverse migration

An estimated one hundred young men left the Netherlands to go to Syria to help their brethren fighting in the civil war. More are leaving soon. Investigation suggests that this reverse migration consists of Netherlands-born muslims, usually with pretty decent school grades, radicalized only after receiving feedback from a small group of similarly-minded people and […]

The problem with Mexico is the problem with us

As our southern neighbor, Mexico shows up quite a bit in US policy discussions. The problem is that all of those involve critique of how we deal with Mexico on specific issues, not an overview of the relationship between the United States and Mexico. If we examine it further, we can see how the United […]

The Worm

He saw the worm, exposed to the hot sun and dry air, and felt pity. “Worm–my friend–are you alright?” “No!  I have been forcefully removed from my environment.  All I ever wanted was to live untill I was old enough to produce children.  But I was torn away from my home, and now I will […]

National system needs states support

Having 300 million people, 50 states plus protectorates to manage is a significant challenge. Add two long term war campaigns in the Middle East and who knows how many other dedicated commitments abroad and it comes as little surprise that the national budget is straining. Arizona alone steps up to the plate to help shoulder […]

Abandoning reality

I’m just going to dive right in with this one. Here is how the mendacious semantics we are offered destroys the credibility of the liberal democratic views of our time. The following popular statements and assertions deserve exposure: blend humanity to end all conflict Implication: race is hereditary. Why then are we asked to celebrate […]

Protectionism For Illegals Reaches New Low

The man charged with killing a father and two sons on a San Francisco street last month was one of the youths who benefited from the city’s long-standing practice of shielding illegal immigrant juveniles who committed felonies from possible deportation, The Chronicle has learned. Edwin Ramos, now 21, is being held on three counts of […]

Targeting The Wrong Foreign Nationals

[click] Apparently our government has decided to wake up and start throwing people in jail who don’t belong here. Oops – wrong people! Our government wants nothing to do with jailing illegals, sending them out of the country, and building a border fence. But a guy from Calabria (Calabrese people stopped emigrating to America en […]

Colonization vs. Immigration

[full article text] I’ve often been accused of racism in the past few years because I’m against excessive immigration. I keep retorting that I’m not a racist, I’m a culturalist- I’m fine with immigrants who want to come here to join our American/Canadian culture and all the high lifestyle standards that provides, in return for […]

Government Immigration Policy Costs Taxpayers Thousands Each

More than 37 million immigrants in the United States, both legal and illegal, cost the federal government more than $346 billion last year, twice as much as the nation’s fiscal deficit, according to a report released yesterday. [more]

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