Diversity is not our strength, shocker!

THE DOWNSIDE OF DIVERSITY  A Harvard political scientist finds that diversity hurts civic life. What happens when a liberal scholar unearths an  By Michael Jonas  |  August 5, 2007 IT HAS BECOME increasingly popular to speak of racial and ethnic diversity as a civic strength. From multicultural festivals to pronouncements from political leaders, the message... Continue Reading →

They’re All in This Together | The American Spectator

They’re All in This Together ALFRED S. REGNERY September 2, 2011, 10:10 am Asked during the 2008 presidential campaign about his relationship with the left-wing radical Bill Ayers, Barack Obama replied that Ayers was just “a guy who lives in my neighborhood.” He implied that to even bring that questionable relationship out of the shadows... Continue Reading →

Rape Trees Found Along Southern US Border

http://www.latina.com/lifestyle/news-politics/rape-trees-found-along-southern-us-border From beheading to kidnappings, there seems to be no limit to what the Mexican drug cartels are willing to do to assert their dominance—and they deal not only in drugs, but also in humans. The majority of the coyotes who help undocumented immigrants cross the border are affiliated with the cartels. Although many politicians... Continue Reading →

Obama encourages illegals – Washington Times

http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/nov/18/obama-encourages-illegals/ Obama is literally sending immigrants to their deaths. Often to very horrific, ISIS style deaths as Drug cartels often use immigrants as ponds or examples of what can happen to resident Mexican Nationals who talk to law enforcement. Sometimes Cartels will murder a in increasingly gruesome ways using violence as a language to deliver... Continue Reading →

The False Charge of Racism: A Textbook Leftist Tactic 

By Carlos David Aguilar  The lack of gratitude so many Mexicans and other Immigrants display, is astonishing. But the utter ignorance of the parents of the child holding this sign is staggering. I would love to ask the parents, if America gave back the Southwest, the land many Mexicans believe was stolen from their ancestors,... Continue Reading →


The grim findings unveiled by a House On Tuesday, April 19, 2016, the House Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security conducted a hearing on the topic, “The Real Victims of a Reckless and Lawless Immigration Policy: Families and Survivors Speak Out on the Real Cost of This Administration’s Policies.” I urge you to watch the... Continue Reading →

In 2015, 19,000 Criminal Illegal Immigrants Were Released From Custody

  In 2015, 19,000 Criminal Illegal Immigrants Were Released From Custody Josh Siegel / @SiegelScribe / April 28, 2016 / 29 comments The U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Agency says it had sole discretion over one-third of the 19,723 criminal releases of illegal immigrants in 2015. (Photo: Ciro Cesar/La Opinion/Newscom) More than 19,000 criminal illegal... Continue Reading →

Cultural Marxism began not in the 1960s but in 1919, immediately after World War I. Marxist theory had predicted that in the event of a big European war, the working class all over Europe would rise up to overthrow capitalism and create communism. But when war came in 1914, that did not happen. When it finally did happen in Russia in 1917, workers in other European countries did not support it. What had gone wrong? Independently, two Marxist theorists, Antonio Gramsci in Italy and Georg Lukacs in Hungary, came to the same answer: Western culture and the Christian religion had so blinded the working class to its true, Marxist class interest that Communism was impossible in the West until both could be destroyed. To translate Marxism from economic into cultural terms, the members of the Frankfurt School - - Max Horkheimer, Theodor Adorno, Wilhelm Reich, Eric Fromm and Herbert Marcuse, to name the most important - - had to contradict Marx on several points. They argued that culture was not just part of what Marx had called society’s “superstructure,” but an independent and very important variable. They also said that the working class would not lead a Marxist revolution, because it was becoming part of the middle class, the hated bourgeoisie. Who would? In the 1950s, Marcuse answered the question: a coalition of blacks, students, feminist women and homosexuals.

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