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Tag Archives: Eric Holder
Murderer of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry Arrested, Front Page Mag
Puzder: I Will Fiercely Defend American Workers as Secretary of Labor, Real Clear Politics
Puzder changes his tune.
Most of the top picks are terrible.
He’ll have wide latitude to enforce immigration law.
How Trump Should Tackle Illegal Immigration, City Journal
Australia is a good model.
The musical’s fans are all incoherent in different ways.
Blacks account for most of the rise.
Immigration Surging; 1.5 Million Arriving Each Year, Center for Immigration Studies
That 2014 number is a 38 percent increase over 2011.
Mainstream Conservatives and the Alt-Right, American Thinker
A “conservative” tries to refute Jared Taylor.
Never NeverTrump, National Review
National Review says its favored Republican candidates were “cuckolded.”
Eric Holder’s career in the private sector begins.
Muslim provocateur Anjem Choudary has finally been busted.
Two documentaries try to explain the Clintons.
His magnum opus finally sees the light.
Surprisingly straight talk from National Review.
A full-scale analysis of white voters could be a road map for the Trump campaign.
He’ll craft the company a “world-class anti-discrimination policy.”
Does the Obama Administration Have Law Enforcement’s Back?, Washington Post
President Obama yesterday sent an open letter to “the brave members of our Nation’s law enforcement community.” The president wrote: “Every day, you confront danger so it does not find our families. . . . We recognize it, we respect it, we appreciate it, and we depend on you.” The president’s words are welcome. In […]
An eminent historian’s view.
FAIR says he has a mixed record on immigration.
Illegals Cut the Line for Food Stamps, LifeZette
States don’t have to count all the income of illegals when calculating eligibility for handouts.
I’m Dropping My Protest of Washington’s Football Team Name, Washington Post
Paleface decides to let redskins speak for themselves.
New voucher scheme will drive non-whites to the suburbs.
“I want to vote against racism and hate.”
Non-whites suffer from “a long, sad history of death, false imprisonment, physical and verbal abuse.”
They work for something called the “Community Relations Service.”
Conservatism, Inc. lashes out at what it refuses to understand.
Obama Administration Sticking It to Whitey, American Thinker
It’s forcing cities to build homes for blacks in affluent white areas.
Ferguson mayor says the city now needs a “massive recruiting drive” for more black officers.
Groups that make anti-Trump statements are getting federal funding to help naturalize immigrants.
A Trump administration could be like the end of Reconstruction.
It’s only a step “in the struggle for racial justice against white supremacy at Harvard Law.”
71 percent of incoming freshmen agree that “colleges should prohibit racist/sexist speech on campus.”
A few Republicans are actually beginning to understand Trump.
Yes, Latinos Are Rising, but So Are Latino Nonvoters, New York Times
“The number of [Hispanics] who could vote [is] growing at a faster pace than those who do vote.”
Board says company diversity strategy is already “much broader” than the proposal.
Tells 911 operator: “There’s three black men with guns at our house.”
She denounces the “incredibly disturbing rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric.”
There’s a big push to get green card holders to naturalize.
How Brazil became such a complex racial mixture.
African journalists are much more open-minded.
Civil-Rights Republicanism, National Review
National Review thinks Republicans can win black votes by promoting “civil rights.”
A Tale of Two Dead White Males, City Journal
If liberals like you, you can still be a “racist.”
Another white police chief is out of a job.
The purgers will be quickly purged by the Third-Worlders they are letting in.
Black man calls for more political power for blacks.
He could do it through legislation or by executive action.
Donald Trump may be the last hope for a president who would be good for white people.
Scientist demolishes a half century of bias.
You aren’t just betraying your principles.