Politics

Jeb Bush (on the Republican side) and Hillary Clinton (on the Democratic side) each thought he or she was the Designated Nominee for his/her respective party.   But things aren’t going as swimmingly as they had hoped. Jeb is not currently ahead in the GOP polls, and Hillary isn’t doing as well as I think […]

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Allan on August 23rd, 2015

  Presidential candidate Rick Santorum spoke to the National Press Club on the topic of immigration.   The speech was followed by a question and answer session on immigration and other topics. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM website on  August 22nd, 2015.

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Allan on August 18th, 2015

Donald Trump has taken our political system by storm, shaking up the Republican political establishment and defying the media.  It’s been great to watch, as both the GOP elite and the Mainstream Media get the comeuppance they so richly deserve. Trump, however, while strong on the big picture has thus far been somewhat lacking in […]

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This is potentially very good news.  Donald Trump has done a great job shaking up the establishment and showing how a candidate can speak courageously.   But sometimes it seems as though he’s making it up as he goes along, and some of his comments on immigration have been counterproductive. Now the news is out […]

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Poor Jeb.  Jeb thinks that he can be the “Hispanic Candidate”.  But among Hispanic Republicans, Jeb is trailing Donald Trump! Jeb thinks his support for Puerto Rican statehood, and Puerto Rican bankruptcy relief are going to win him votes. But in Iowa, it’s not working.  It doesn’t look like such positions are gaining support among […]

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Allan on August 6th, 2015

America needs a shutdown of legal immigration. And the way to accomplish that is to cut off the issuance of “green cards”. Green cards, by the way, are no longer green, except for the strip on the back reading “Permanent Resident Card”, with some green lettering above that (“United States of America” and “Department of […]

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Some rich donors are hedging their bets by contributing to both Jeb Bush (“Republican”) and Hillary Clinton (“Democrat”). That must indicate that they think there wouldn’t be that much difference between a Jeb Presidency and a Hillary Presidency. And maybe they’re right. On immigration there doesn’t seem to be that big a difference. For the […]

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Legal immigration should be shut down, or at least drastically reduced, but none of the congressional  leaders of the Republican Party want to reduce it. In fact, congressional GOP leaders want to increase legal immigration, even though it’s bad for American workers and hurts the Republican Party. For the full blog entry, click here. Blog […]

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Regarding Donald Trump in the GOP primaries,  columnist Ruben Navarrette, Jr., says that the candidate could win the Republican Hispanic Vote. Note that Navarrette is discussing the Republican primaries, not the general election. For the entire blog entry, click here. Article published on VDARE.COM, August 1st, 2015.

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It’s been great watching Donald Trump take on the GOP elite and show that a Republican can be a real fighter and not just another Republi-coward. Trump has pointed out the very real link between crime and illegal immigration, has promised to build a wall on the border, and has decried the power of donors […]

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