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Bush Tries to Redefine Amnesty From Steve Sailer at VDARE- Was this the straw that finally broke the camel's back?On Tuesday, May 29, President George W. Bush declared that opponents of the Kennedy-Bush "comprehensive immigration reform" plan in the Senate "don't want to do what’s right for America".Bush to Americans: You unpatriotic curs!
Raiding U.S. Taxpayers' Pockets
From Phyllis Schlafly- Not only does the K-K bill call for integrating millions of poor, uneducated Mexicans into the U.S. economy and giving them and all their distant relatives extraordinarily generous handouts of social benefits, it even calls for U.S. foreign aid to Mexicans still living south of the border.
Still Sorry after all those years
From R. Kirkwood at Chronicles With all the mud spattered on the Confederate Battle Flag of late, you
knew it wouldn’t be long before Ol’ Virginny scrubbed up for Jamestown’s 400th anniversary with a grandiloquent apology for slavery.
The Sanctimony of the athiests From Joe Sobran-
Christopher Hitchens, author of the new
book GOD IS NOT GREAT: HOW RELIGION POISONS EVERYTHING,
whose title is perhaps self-explanatory. Religion poisons
everything? Everything? Bach and Mozart? Thomas Aquinas
and John Henry Newman?
Unkilling Whitey: The Achievements of Sam Francis
From RJ Stove in Taki's Top Drawer --To those of us who knew and respected for years the journalism of
Samuel Francis (1947-2005), it remains hard to believe that he is gone.
The outlets that regularly published him – Chronicles, VDARE, The American Conservative, Middle American News and others – seem, as their editors would doubtless admit, strangely diminished without his copy.
Today's Big Threats?
From Don Devine at Conservative Battleline- One has to give the devil his due and columnist and TV commentator
David Brooks is nothing if he is not open and direct about advancing
his cause of “national greatness” neo-conservatism.
The price of imported food is too high
From Phyllis Schlafly -The vast production of American food is one of the greatest achievements of our free enterprise society and of our superior system of patents that encouraged the invention of fantastically efficient farm machinery. In one of our favorite patriotic songs, we wax lyrical about our amber waves of grain."
From Peter Wood at The American Conservative- China’s rise from the nightmarish reign of Mao Zedong to maker-of-all-things WalMart typically rests as lightly as a feather on me. Or rather, many feathers: I think of China as spreading a down comforter over the great futon of American life. Sometimes as I doze comfortably in this splendid world of cheap luxuries, however, I am agitated by an intrusive thought.
Iran: Past the Paranoia
From Christopher Hitchens at The American Conservative — It concerns me now as I write about a recent visit to Iran, the country that has been designated as the next official enemy of what is still called “The West.” I came away so completely opposed to this silly hostility that I fear I am in danger of stirring up apathy, like the people who spread the myth of the cardboard Panzers
Who Would Jesus Kill?
From Phillip Giraldii at Antiwar.com -Euripides said that "Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad." First there was the madness of cornering Osama bin Laden in Tora Bora and letting him go. Then there was the launching of the meaningless Global War on Terror, which turned most of the world against the United States, empowered al-Qaeda, and actually helped to increase the number of terrorists. And finally there was democracy promotion and Iraq.