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By Paul Kersey on 08/24/2019
Until you realize the Left is coming after every aspect of American history, you’ll never comprehend they plan on ensuring nothing celebrating our past remains. Minnesota Star Tribune Editorial Paints Mt. Rushmore as Monument to White Supremacy, by Leslie Eastman Legal Insurrection, August 21, 2019 The Minnesota Star Tribune, just posted an opinion piece that portrays Mt. Rushmore as a monument to...
By Steve Sailer on 08/24/2019
From NBC News: African American employee’s office vandalized inside Education Department Aug. 23, 2019, 12:14 PM PDTBy Suzy Khimm, Heidi Przybyla, Jonathan Allen and Laura Strickler WASHINGTON — The office of an African American employee of the U.S. Department of Education was vandalized earlier this week, and other employees have expressed concern that the attack may have been racially motivated...
By James Kirkpatrick on 08/24/2019
Remember, there's no money for the wall. Instead, we must throw hundreds of millions of dollars at people who hate us. This is Who We Are.  President Donald Trump has scrapped a plan to freeze more than $4 billion in foreign aid in a move that would have been another end run around Congress’ power of the purse. The president’s decision Thursday to forgo a “rescission” comes after another internal t...
By John Derbyshire on 08/24/2019
See, earlier, by John Derbyshire: Why Our So-Called Judges Should Get TWICE As Much Criticism As Politicians Looks like it's time to restate Derbyshire's First Law of Antisemitism. Quote from self, writing in 2001, quote: One thing you learn, writing for the public, is that anything whatsoever that you say about the Jews will be seen as virulently antisemitic by somebody, somewhere. (A friend tol...
By Peter Brimelow on 08/24/2019

Ann

VDARE.com is enjoying one of its periodic 15 seconds of Main Stream Media infamy. The reason, as usual, is nothing to do with us—it’s just that MSM journalists/ Leftist activists think they see a chance to smear the entirely innocent (if appallingly ignorant) Trump Administration. Plus, of course—and this is true regardless of politics—these millennial MSM mouthpieces are stunningly incurious and the internet has made possible a sort of echo chamber journalism in which they all quote each other, often inaccurately, with no need to get out of their e-bubble. But the real moral of this story: it is absolutely essential that patriots develop their own media networks—and fund them.

The story so far: our pseudonymous whistleblower Federale recently blogged Bill Barr Moving To Control The Immigration "Judges" By Decertifying Their Union. 

Someone in the Justice Department included Federale's blog in an internal e-roundup of immigration news because it was, you know, NEWS.

This criticism incensed immigration "Judge" Ashley Tabaddor, who by an amazing coincidence happens to be President of the Immigration “Judges” Union (they’re actually just Executive Branch bureaucrats, like insurance claims adjusters). She wrote a letter [PDF] to the director of the Department of Justice’s Executive Office For Immigration Review, James McHenry, demanding that he

withdraw the email and issue an apology to all immigration judges, including those mentioned in the post. Separately, EOIR should take all appropriate safety and security measures for all judges mentioned in this posting…

(This last sentence is, of course, part of the Left’s campaign to stigmatize all patriot dissent as potentially violent—unlike Antifa).

Incredibly—unless you know these people—Tabaddor claimed that Federale’s description of Immigration “judges” as “kritarchs” (judges who rule without regard to democratic control) was “deeply offensive and Anti-Semitic.” We immediately refuted her crazy accusation here.

See also Ann Coulter  and David Frum.

 

By James Fulford on 08/23/2019
Daniel Greenfield, always good on immigration issues,  factchecks the Washington Post for FrontPageMag, and finds, not for the first time, that the Post's pants are on fire: FACT CHECK: Washington Post Falsely Claims Criticism of Iranian Judge is Anti-Semitic, by Daniel Greenfield, August 23, 2019 The media warns constantly about the threat of disinformation on social media (which it claims origi...
By John Derbyshire on 08/23/2019
02m46s  2020 prospects: going with my first guess.  (News from the polls.) 07m24s  2020 prospects: Trump's uphill battle.  (A long shot for Trump.) 15m36s  Judges who think they are legislators.  (Is "kritarch" antisemitic?) 22m17s  Confronting the yapping street nuisance.  (Lessons from ad biz.) 31m53s  The "the" wars come stateside.  (To America, that is.) 34m02s  Importing other people's confli...
By James Fulford on 08/23/2019
Earlier: Idiot Immigration "Judge" Ashley Tabaddor Makes Crazed Attack On VDARE.com As "Anti-Semitic" Because Of The Word "Kritarch" (Which Is Greek) and earlier than that Bill Barr Moving To Control The Immigration "Judges" By Decertifying Their Union.  The EOIR newsletter scandal simply this: "some guy included a link to a news/opinion site in an email roundup of news and opinion." What it really...
By Brenda Walker on 08/23/2019
On Thursday, the Department of Justice released a report that reveals just how much crime committed by unlawful foreigners has increased in recent years. Titled Immigration, Citizenship, and the Federal Justice System, 1998-2018, the paper has a chart that shows what open borders have done to this country. Clearly, if the United States had effective immigration enforcement, the country would be a ...
By Steve Sailer on 08/23/2019
As we all know from the works of financial whiz Ta-Nehisi Coates, the reason black people aren’t very rich today is because the federal government didn’t encourage them to go deeper into debt during the Redlining Era of 1937 to 1967. Events of the last 50+ years, such as the various federal government campaigns to get blacks deeper into debt, such as George W. Bush’s Increasing Minority Homeownersh...
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By Peter Brimelow on 08/24/2019

Ann

VDARE.com is enjoying one of its periodic 15 seconds of Main Stream Media infamy. The reason, as usual, is nothing to do with us—it’s just that MSM journalists/ Leftist activists think they see a chance to smear the entirely innocent (if appallingly ignorant) Trump Administration. Plus, of course—and this is true regardless of politics—these millennial MSM mouthpieces are stunningly incurious and the internet has made possible a sort of echo chamber journalism in which they all quote each other, often inaccurately, with no need to get out of their e-bubble. But the real moral of this story: it is absolutely essential that patriots develop their own media networks—and fund them.

The story so far: our pseudonymous whistleblower Federale recently blogged Bill Barr Moving To Control The Immigration "Judges" By Decertifying Their Union. 

Someone in the Justice Department included Federale's blog in an internal e-roundup of immigration news because it was, you know, NEWS.

This criticism incensed immigration "Judge" Ashley Tabaddor, who by an amazing coincidence happens to be President of the Immigration “Judges” Union (they’re actually just Executive Branch bureaucrats, like insurance claims adjusters). She wrote a letter [PDF] to the director of the Department of Justice’s Executive Office For Immigration Review, James McHenry, demanding that he

withdraw the email and issue an apology to all immigration judges, including those mentioned in the post. Separately, EOIR should take all appropriate safety and security measures for all judges mentioned in this posting…

(This last sentence is, of course, part of the Left’s campaign to stigmatize all patriot dissent as potentially violent—unlike Antifa).

Incredibly—unless you know these people—Tabaddor claimed that Federale’s description of Immigration “judges” as “kritarchs” (judges who rule without regard to democratic control) was “deeply offensive and Anti-Semitic.” We immediately refuted her crazy accusation here.

See also Ann Coulter  and David Frum.

 

By Peter Bradley on 08/22/2019

The image above is seen on many pre-Current Year Human Events articles...including one celebrating Ronald Reagan's centenary.

See, earlier ENOCH WAS RIGHT: Raheem Kassam Vindicates Enoch Powell

I was already dubious about the relaunch of Human Events, and the abrupt elimination of Global Editor In Chief Raheem Kassam by publisher/ backer (and now Editor In Chief) Will Chamberlain (Human Events Says Sayonara To Raheem Kassam, Daily Caller, August 8, 2019)makes think it’s going to be just another Alt-Lite gatekeeper—in which case it is doomed to fail.

Last year, I wrote an article for VDARE about the magazines and newsletters I read as a young stripling conservative in the pre-Internet days (mid-1990s). One of the publications certainly not on this list was the D.C.-based tabloid Human Events. I was familiar with the outlet and occasionally flipped through it at my local library. It was depressingly boring and full of boilerplate about tax cuts, balanced budgets, military spending and internal GOP politics. Why did it have such a solid reputation on the Right? Who would pay to read such things?

I would later discover that, while it was never all that great, it was at one point a fairly conservative magazine on racial and cultural issues.

Human Events was founded in 1944 by conservative writer Felix Morley. It started out with a focus on foreign policy but would later take a conservative/libertarian direction on economics and social issues when Frank Chodorov took over as editor in 1951. Through the years, the publication featured prominent contributors such as Murray Rothbard, Pat Buchanan, Phyllis Schlafly and Ann Coulter. Ronald Reagan was a subscriber and called Human Events his “favorite reading for years.” Despite these big names, the publication never reached over 40,000 subscribers.

And by the mid-1990s, all racially-tinged issues were off the table. Former Human Events Managing Editor Kevin Lamb explained why in a 2005 article for VDARE.com.

"Fix New Orleans, Then Drill for Oil" read the headline in the September 5 post-Hurricane Katrina issue of the venerable Washington D.C.-based conservative weekly Human Events.

This betrays the modern mindset of the Human Events editors: Focus exclusively on "energy policy" wonkery and avoid the notorious lawlessness that flourished in New Orleans —murder, rapes, assaults, pillaging and looting—because that might mean mentioning its racial component.

As the former managing editor of Human Events, I can recall several instances in editorial meetings and private discussions in which race was simmering just below the surface—whether crime rates in the nation's capital, immigration, or educational disparities in student achievement. When the conversation became increasingly awkward, one of the other top editors would caution: "I suppose we shouldn't discuss that." Then they would quickly move on to a safer subject.

Lamb was fired after three years at the publication when the Southern Poverty Law Center called Human Events editors and asked about his work with The Occidental Quarterly, a dissident academic journal. Editor Thomas S. Winter fired Lamb the same day.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 08/22/2019

See, earlier, by Peter Brimelow: Greenland? Too Cold. Peter Brimelow's 1995 Modest Proposal: Buy Baja California!

To those of us of who learned our U.S. history from texts in the 1940s and '50s, President Donald Trump's brainstorm of acquiring Greenland fits into a venerable tradition of American expansionism.

The story begins with colonial officer George Washington's march out toward Fort Duquesne in 1754 and crushing defeat and near death at Fort Necessity, where, according to myth, he fired the first shot of what would become the French and Indian War.  

With the British victory, Washington went home to Virginia, only to be called back in 1775 to lead the Continental Army in America's War of Independence, which lasted six years, until the victory at Yorktown.

With the 1783 Treaty of Paris, the Americans won title to all the land between the Atlantic and Mississippi, from Canada to Florida. 

Twenty years later, in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson and Secretary of State James Madison seized Napoleon's offer and bought for $15 million the vast Louisiana Territory extending from New Orleans into Canada and so far west it virtually doubled the size of the United States. 

In 1818, Andrew Jackson, hero of the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812, was ordered by President James Monroe to march south to repel the murderous forays by Seminole Indians from Florida into Georgia. 

By Allan Wall on 08/21/2019

Laera

San Diego Hispanics Launch Anti-ICE Community Patrols

In San Diego, California, Mexico’s Excelsior has reported, the “locals” have organized a patrol to “protect the community”—but not from petty crime or even gang violence, like, say, New York’s Guardian Angels. [Arman equipo antirredadas; ayudan a migrantes en EU (“Anti-raid Team Organized, Aiding Migrants in the United States”), by Manuel Ocano, Aug. 9, 2019].

No, this unit has an altogether different job, as the logo on a “patrol car” proclaims: Protegiendo la Comunidad – No al Terror de ICE y la Policia (“Protecting the Community — No to the Terror of ICE and the Police”).

Another patrol-unit motto: A defender a nuestra comunidad del odio antimexicano—"To defend our community from anti-Mexican hate.”

The caption under Excelsior’s photo above explains succinctly what the organization does:

La agrupación recorre todos los días las localidades de California, en busca de agentes de migración uniformados o encubiertos, con el lema ‘Protegiendo a la comunidad’ y defendiendo a los mexicanos en Estados Unidos. Foto: Patrullas Comunitarias de Unión del Barrio de San Diego—"the group defends the neighborhoods of California each day, in search of uniformed or undercover immigration agents, with the motto ‘Protecting the community and defending Mexicans in the United States.’”

Make that “illegal-alien Mexicans in the United States!”

According to Excelsior, the activists patrol “in the early morning, at dawn and in the evenings in neighborhoods of working families.”

The organization, formed by workers, operates with its own resources to document the operations of immigration agents. By filming them and advising the neighborhoods at the same time, the group works within the law.

Bear in mind this is San Diego, which is, last time I checked, still part of the United States, even if it is in Mexifornia.

Since the administration of President Donald Trump revealed that ICE was preparing to deport “a million” undocumented persons, this group does daily patrols of neighborhoods such as Lindavista, Sherman Heights, Logan Barrio and the south of San Diego, in alliance with other groups.

That’s a laugh. I’ll believe that Trump will deport a million illegals when it actually happens.

Anyway, one of the group’s coordinators was totally upfront about its goals:

Benjamin Prado, one of the coordinators of the Community Patrols, explained that the biggest contribution of the project is to “frustrate the operations of La Migra, to prevent them arriving by surprise to separate working families.”

Of course, “frustrating the operations of La Migra” is a federal crime. See Obstructing a Federal Officer, 18 USC 111, and 8 USC 1324, harboring illegal aliens.

By Ann Coulter on 08/21/2019

Liars

https://prodimage.images-bn.com/pimages/9781591846567_p0_v2_s550x406.jpgEven before the New York Times launched its “All Slavery, All the Time” project, no one could accuse that paper of skimping on its race coverage, particularly stories about black males killed by white(ish) police officers.

Here’s one you haven’t heard about. I happened upon it by sheer accident.

Antwon Rose II was a 17-year-old boy shot by an East Pittsburgh police officer in June 2018 after he bolted from a jitney car that had been stopped by the officer. The Times published about a half-dozen stories on Antwon Rose—or as the Times calls him, “Antwon, who was unarmed.”

After the officer was acquitted on all charges in March of this year, the Times ran an article by Adeel Hassan on the verdict.

Here’s what you would learn from the Times:

  • Antwon was unarmed.
  • Antwon “was in his high school’s honors program.”
  • Antwon “played basketball and the saxophone.”
  • Antwon “volunteered for a local charity.”
  • In 2016, Antwon wrote a poem titled, “I Am Not What You Think!” which included these lines:

I see mothers bury their sons
I want my Mom to never feel that pain.

  • A policeman stopped the gold Chevy Cruze Antwon “was riding in” because it “matched the description” of a car “involved” in a drive-by shooting minutes earlier.
  • The jury consisted of nine whites and three African Americans.

If you read the Times piece, all you would know is that an honor student who loved his mom ... was KILLED for the crime of riding in a car similar to one that had just been used in a crime.

Wow. Just wow.

Here are some of the facts the Times left out:

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