Article By Michelle Malkin on 10/26/2021
Should a peaceful, law-abiding man of faith be punished in perpetuity for publicly proclaiming his heartfelt belief that "ALL LIVES MATTER ... EVERY SINGLE ONE"? The question is not merely rhetorical. It is now a legal matter for a California court and jury to decide. Grant Napear, radio talk show host and former announcer for the Sacramento Kings basketball team, filed a lawsuit last week against ...
Post By Federale on 10/26/2021
Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) is one of the most notorious and deadly criminal gangs in the world; not just the United States and El Salvador, its place of origin, but Honduras, and Guatemala are also overrun with these vicious killers, rapists, and drug dealers. MS-13 had been determined to be a high threat to the United States by the FBI in 2008, below, though that might be changing given the ongoing ...
Post By James Fulford on 10/26/2021
Rebecca Chowdhury [Tweet her] has a sob story at about illegal immigrants living in illegal apartments with illegal landlords—who are frequently legal immigrants. As the person who forwarded it to me put it: “Immigrant homebuyers illegally renting to illegal immigrants. Not an American native in sight.” Renters of Basement Apartments Fear Claiming Ida Aid Immigrant New Yorkers wh...
Letter By Reader on 10/26/2021
Re: James Fulford's blog post An Audubon Society Dropping Name Because Of Audubon's Connections To (A) "Enslaved Persons" And (B) Science From: A Talk Radio Listener [Email him] This is further confirmation that environmental groups now look to governments and corporations rather than individuals for financial support. That's where the money is, and the people doling it out are increasingly on the ...
Post By Federale on 10/26/2021
Earlier, by Steve Sailer: Why Is The Burden Of Proof In Deporting A Convicted Sex Criminal On America Rather Than On The Sex Criminal? They aren’t sending their best rapists. Not Mexico, well, this time, but neither is the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It has been revealed that the black rapist who attacked a woman openly and publicly on a train full of passengers was a long-time criminal and i...
Post By James Kirkpatrick on 10/26/2021
See, earlier: Max Boot Vs. Goldwater...And All Other Real Conservatives Max Boot is about as perfect a neoconservative caricature as can be conceived. Ferociously hostile to President Donald Trump, his voters, and the historic American nation, it's fair to say that Max Boot sees America as a kind of Airstrip One from which to launch pointless wars and nothing more. He's especially angry when people...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/26/2021
As I’ve been pointing out, Black Lives Matter has not only gotten a lot of black lives murdered but also contributed to the spectacular increase in traffic fatalities last year. As you can see from this graph of half-black St. Louis, traffic deaths were heading slightly down until Black Lives Matter emerged at Ferguson next door to St. Louis in 2014. The Obama Administration searched and searched ...
Post By Steve Sailer on 10/26/2021
@HumanVarieties presents some preliminary data on school test scores in Canada, with 100 set as the mean of the entire sample, a standard deviation of 15, and ethnicity reflecting parents’ birth countries: So Northeast Asian students with parents born in Canada have a 116 composite score and black students with parents born in Canada have an 89 composite? White kids whose parents were born in Cana...
Post By Paul Kersey on 10/26/2021
What in the world does this have to do with white people? Seriously. Read the whole article. What does this have to do with white people? It’s just every excuse for why non-white people continue to shoot non-white people. ‘It’s like a bigger pandemic’: Black and Brown communities grapple with disproportionate impacts of gun violence, by  Jamil Donith, Spectrum Local News, October 21, 2021 AUSTIN, ...
Post By James Fulford on 10/25/2021
The tweeter below is incorrect. The Audubon Naturalist Society mentioned in this Guardian story is a local DC organization, with a budget under 10 million. The National Audubon Society is much bigger, and—so far—has better sense: Oliver Milman [Tweet him] writes in the Guardian today: A leading US conservation group, the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS), has announced it will change its name, due...


By Michelle Malkin on 10/26/2021
Should a peaceful, law-abiding man of faith be punished in perpetuity for publicly proclaiming his heartfelt belief that "ALL LIVES MATTER ... EVERY SINGLE ONE"? The question is not merely rhetorical. It is now a legal matter for a California court and jury to decide. Grant Napear, radio talk show host and former announcer for the Sacramento Kings basketball team, filed a lawsuit last week against ...
By James Kirkpatrick on 10/25/2021

Earlier: Biden’s Immigration Disaster: None Dare Call It Treason. But What If THEY Call It War?

As this is written, another migrant caravan marches on our southern border, a column of invaders moving towards a country whose rulers apparently have no will to defend its frontiers. The Biden Administration is creating a permanent immigration crisis by making border protection ideologically indefensible. Republicans could take advantage of this, but they are strangely quiet, except for Donald Trump. The battle for common-sense immigration control has always been a race against time, and we are about to find out if time has run out—if changing demographics have led to a voting base that will permanently support mass immigration because it will lead to the replacement of the Historic American Nation.

The “massive” migrant caravan is heading north, already scuffling with Mexican police and overrunning a blockade [Massive migrant caravan begins journey to U.S. from Mexico, by Caroline Downey, Yahoo News, October 23, 2021]. And why wouldn’t they come? The last “caravan,” composed mostly of Haitians, was essentially turned loose into the country and the number of illegals is only increasing [Illegal immigration soars under Biden to third-highest in 97 years, by Anna Giaritelli, Yahoo News, October 22, 2021].

The Regime Media narrative on immigration has transformed from denying that there is a crisis into saying that the collapse of immigration law enforcement is actually a good thing. Congresswoman Maxine Waters’s declaration that Border Patrol agents trying to corral invaders was “worse than what we witnessed in slavery” is crystalizing into a doctrine

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 10/25/2021

"Let Poland be Poland!"

That was the call of American conservatives, four decades ago, when the Solidarity movement of labor leader Lech Walesa arose in the port city of Gdansk to demand their freedom of the Communist system imposed upon Poland by the Soviet Union after World War II.

A decade later, Poland broke free of the Soviet Bloc and Warsaw Pact, and later

By Washington Watcher II on 10/24/2021

Previously: “Learned Nothing, Forgotten Nothing”—Texas Senator John Cornyn Leads GOP Establishment Rush To Dump Trumpism

“The U.S. has always been a nation of immigrants,” GOP Texas Sen. John Cornyn told newly arrived Afghan refugees last week. He further claimed that America has a “moral obligation” to import tens of thousands of unvetted Afghans who supposedly helped the 20-year disastrous war effort [Cornyn meets with Afghans, by Dianne Solis, Dallas Morning News, October 15, 2021]. Cornyn has always been at least mildly tough on immigration, as his career B report card with Numbers USA shows. But his latest on the Afghan influx suggests that he isn’t so good on The National Question as you might think. The problem: he just might become the next Senate majority leader. That would be a disaster because Cornyn is a Business First Republican who wants to ride out the nationalist wave in his party.

Cornyn is shifty on the Amnesty question; i.e., he’ll oppose particular proposals, but supports it on principle. Back in 2007, when the GOP told its rank-and-file that Amnesty was the only way for the party to survive, he resisted. And Cornyn was considered a key figure in mustering Republican opposition to the Gang of Eight Amnesty. He recently derided the Democrats’ immigration agenda as a “a sweeping Amnesty with no effort to control the growing immigration crisis and the southern border.” He continues to support a degree of border security and to oppose a total Amnesty [Democrats Scramble to Keep Immigration Overhaul Alive in Reconciliation Bill, by Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Luke Broadwater, New York Times, October 13, 2021].

But those are now the bare minimum in the party of Donald Trump, which has moved decisively to the right on immigration and border security. No longer do GOP voices warble about a pathway to citizenship for illegals. Nor do they pretend illegal immigration isn’t a problem. Even notorious moderates such as Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski aren’t open...

By Lance Welton on 10/23/2021

See also: College Bubble Bursting—Left Hardest Hit. Too Bad.

Traditional “universities” continue to collapse before our eyes. The politicization of institutions that were once focused on the cold pursuit of truth is so extreme that they are turning on their own. Thus Prof. David Miller, of England’s prestigious Bristol University, was recently fired, for anti-Semitism, due his being persistently critical of Israel [Bristol University: Professor David Miller sacked over Israel comments, BBC News, October 1, 2021]. And Yale University Law School recently declared that its merely having an association with a conservative organization—the Federalist Society—was “triggering” for its students. This can’t go on.

Universities are no longer “elite” if 50% of the age cohort attend them, meaning they don’t give you the edge in employment [“We will beat Germany!” Tory Williamson unveils plot to supercharge British education, by Macer Hall, Express, October 1, 2019]. Quality has been dumbed down by this expansion. Worse still, universities have been completely taken over by Woke ideology, meaning that they’re not even teaching students critical thinking or useful information [Lackademia, by Noah Carl, Adam Smith Institute, 2016]. American confidence in universities fell from 41% in 2006 to 14% in 2018 [(Dis)trust in Science, by Gleb Tsipursky, July 5, 2018, Scientific American].

But this is not the first time universities have gone into decline. For example, by the early seventeenth century, English universities were completely taken over by religion. Student numbers started to fall, and they began to be perceived as seminaries and as finishing schools for the upper class [see The University in Society, by L. Stone]. (Similarly, Britain’s top Oxford University now explicitly discriminates in favor of black students for entirely non-academic reasons: Oxford University agrees to let in disadvantaged students with lower grades, by Gabriela Swerling, Daily Telegraph, May 21, 2019.)