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By VDARE.com Reader on 2018-09-22 00:13:00 -0400
Freom: Betsy [Email her] While you’re on the subject of disgruntled minorities committing workplace massacres, you might want to investigate Anthony Tong, who shot up his Madison, WI workplace on Wednesday. I cannot find a picture of him, but I also can’t find any pictures of Anthony Tongs who aren’t Oriental. [Wisconsin workplace shooting suspect had gun permit revoked | Police still don't know wh...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-21 23:49:00 -0400
I wrote about this research back on January 18, but now it’s finally gone public. From Yale Insights: Yale Study Finds Twice as Many Undocumented Immigrants as Previous Estimates MOHAMMAD FAZEL-ZARANDI, JONATHAN S. FEINSTEIN, EDWARD H. KAPLAN SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 Generally accepted estimates put the population of undocumented immigrants in the United States at approximately 11.3 million. A new stud...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-21 23:41:00 -0400
From the NYT: It Was a Suspected ‘Birth Tourism’ Site. Then Came Late-Night Screams. By Christina GoldbaumSept. 21, 2018 Many neighbors had long been suspicious about the red brick townhouse in Queens. Bryan Kim, 19, said he had seen pregnant women showing up at the home. Sheng Long Peng, 70, said he had often seen the owner of the home arrive in his car with groups of pregnant women. Elizabeth L...
By Brenda Walker on 2018-09-21 23:37:00 -0400
On Friday, Tucker Carlson commented on a new immigration numbers report that indicates borders are more open than ever before. He clearly thinks that President Trump has failed on the #1 most important promise of his campaign, namely to bring order to immigration. But the borders remain a sieve—no thanks to the useless Republican Congress, it should be added. The number of foreigners residing in Am...
By Steve Sailer on 2018-09-21 23:29:00 -0400
From the NYT Upshot page: A Rise in Murder? Let’s Talk About the Weather The correlation between heat and crime suggests the need for more research on shootings in American cities. By Jeff AsherSept. 21, 2018 The national murder rate reached a modern low in 2014, capping a quarter-century decline. Then it rose across the United States in 2015 and 2016. Why gun violence increased in those two year...
By Brenda Walker on 2018-09-21 23:26:00 -0400
Of all the churlish job-stealing illegal aliens mooching off Americans, Jose Antonio Vargas is especially obnoxious in his self-absorption. When he was a teenager, his presence in the high school choir was a problem for the group having a special tour to Japan: instead of withdrawing so the American kids could go, he let the choir director downgrade the trip to just visiting Hawaii. So now he is ba...
By Brenda Walker on 2018-09-21 23:20:00 -0400
Indian immigrant engineer Jagdish Patel really likes America, remarking recently, “I am so glad that I came to America . . . I brought everyone here.” He certainly did — “more than 90” over the years since the 1970s according to the diversity-enthralled New York Times. (Apparently the precise number has become too large to know precisely.) But chain migration makes multiplication easy — any legal i...
By John Derbyshire on 2018-09-21 21:47:00 -0400
01m23s  Juicing up the baizuo vote.  (Do Republicans know how to play?) 07m36s  SLOTUS, the Supreme Legislature.  (Not what the Founders intended.) 14m24s  She who must be believed.  (Sex, lies, and civilization.) 23m25s  The myth of civilian trauma.  (It takes high explosives.) 30m21s  Midterms: Another Hutu uprising? (But Tutsis run the GOP.) 38m31s  The price of race denial. ($1.7 billion.) 40m...
By John Derbyshire on 2018-09-21 21:45:00 -0400

Theecon

The fuss over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh having allegedly copped a feel from a high-school girl 35 or 36 years ago blew up just after last week's Radio Derb went to tape. My own first reaction, when I first heard the accuser's account of what happened, was: "They're making a fuss about that?" But over and above the particular issue of Brett Kavanaugh's nomination, there is a meta-issue. Why are Supreme Court nominations now such central events in our country's political life?

About my first reaction: We really have bred up a generation of snowflakes; and snowflakery is such an appealing approach to life for some elements of previous generations—in this case, the generation of Kavanaugh and his accuser, which I think classifies as late-Boomer or early-Gen-X—trembling, fearful snowflakery is so appealing to some of these folk, they've retconned their own lives to incorporate it.

I can certainly testify that for my generation, the earliest Boomers, the encounter as alleged would not have moved the needle on anybody's outrage dial. For one thing, a 15-year-old girl attending a house party with no adults present and booze flowing, would have been assumed to be a bit sluttish, so that the normal reserve and respect we accorded to all females would have been diminished somewhat. No, not abandoned, but diminished.

For another thing, I definitely—actually, quite vividly—recall that in my own teen years, my female coevals had sharp little fists that could give you a nasty black eye if you got out of line. Presumably teenage girls suffered some collective atrophy of the muscles in the twenty years between my house-partying and Brett Kavanaugh's, leaving them defenseless against giggling drunk 17-year-old males trying to grope them.

By James Fulford on 2018-09-21 16:26:00 -0400
This is a story of an attempted Immigrant Mass Murder, targeting children and infants, as well as adults. As far as I can tell, everyone involved is Chinese, although the children were technically Americans, because the "Day Care" was part of a citizenship mill involving birth tourism: Crazy lady goes on stabbing spree at NYC day care By Gina Daidone, Tina Moore and Kevin Fasick September 21, 2018...
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By John Derbyshire on 2018-09-21 21:45:00 -0400

Theecon

The fuss over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh having allegedly copped a feel from a high-school girl 35 or 36 years ago blew up just after last week's Radio Derb went to tape. My own first reaction, when I first heard the accuser's account of what happened, was: "They're making a fuss about that?" But over and above the particular issue of Brett Kavanaugh's nomination, there is a meta-issue. Why are Supreme Court nominations now such central events in our country's political life?

About my first reaction: We really have bred up a generation of snowflakes; and snowflakery is such an appealing approach to life for some elements of previous generations—in this case, the generation of Kavanaugh and his accuser, which I think classifies as late-Boomer or early-Gen-X—trembling, fearful snowflakery is so appealing to some of these folk, they've retconned their own lives to incorporate it.

I can certainly testify that for my generation, the earliest Boomers, the encounter as alleged would not have moved the needle on anybody's outrage dial. For one thing, a 15-year-old girl attending a house party with no adults present and booze flowing, would have been assumed to be a bit sluttish, so that the normal reserve and respect we accorded to all females would have been diminished somewhat. No, not abandoned, but diminished.

For another thing, I definitely—actually, quite vividly—recall that in my own teen years, my female coevals had sharp little fists that could give you a nasty black eye if you got out of line. Presumably teenage girls suffered some collective atrophy of the muscles in the twenty years between my house-partying and Brett Kavanaugh's, leaving them defenseless against giggling drunk 17-year-old males trying to grope them.

By Federale on 2018-09-20 21:20:00 -0400

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It’s like watching your parents fight—President Trump has publicly attacked Attorney General Jeff Sessions yet again. [President Donald Trump: 'I don't have an attorney general. It's very sad,' by Bart Jansen, USA Today, September 19, 2018] Some prominent immigration patriots  take Sessions’ side. But not me.

Is Sessions the only Trump supporter in the Cabinet or is he a backstabbing failure? That’s the question that VDARE.com editor Peter Brimelow asked me to address in the light of John Derbyshire’s recent defense of Sessions, seconded by Saint Ann Coulter, Peace Be Upon Her. Both base their case on the fact that to stop the Election Of A New People, the immigration issue trumps all other issues. True. The survival of the historic American nation depends on addressing immigration. But according to Derbyshire and Coulter, Sessions is not only the man for the job, but the only man for the job. This is the crux of the issue. In my opinion, Sessions is neither the one man for the job, nor is he doing as good a job as they think.

Then there are the other issues where Sessions has failed. The most obvious: the Mueller witch hunt aimed at removing Trump himself from office. Sessions gave us this issue, and it is a knife aimed at the heart of immigration law enforcement. No Trump and we are back to the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty, or worse.

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 2018-09-20 20:26:00 -0400
By the end of his second term, President Ronald Reagan, who had called the Soviet Union an "evil empire," was strolling through Red Square with Russians slapping him on the back. Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive. And how have we husbanded the fruits of our Cold War triumph? This month, China's leader-for-life Xi Jinping stood beside Vladimir Putin as 3,000 Chinese troops maneuvered with 300,00...
By Washington Watcher on 2018-09-19 23:46:00 -0400

Tide

See also: Immigration Patriotism, Not Conspiracy Theories, Triggered Tech Totalitarians’ Purge Of INFOWARS’ Alex Jones

You have to admire the Democrats/ Main Stream Media. They have reached a new heights of enterprise with their after-hours attempted mugging of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh over an alleged 35 year-old non-criminal episode of which the accuser herself does not remember the details. Latest word, although things are changing quickly: he’s going to make it: The Memo: Tide turns on Kavanaugh, [By Niall Stanage, The Hill, September 19, 2018]. But still…

For immigration patriots, however, there’s only one option: to stand by Kavanaugh 100 percent. He is undoubtedly the best pick for the Supreme Court for an America Firster, which is why Leftists are so committed to his destruction. Out of all the possible candidates on President Trump’s shortlist, Kavanaugh was the only one proven to stand strong on immigration.

In his role as a DC Circuit Court judge, Kavanaugh has consistently argued against the traitorous perfidy of Cheap Labor enthusiasts. In 2014, he issued a powerful dissent against his own court’s ruling in favor of Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse exploiting our broken immigration system.

Fogo claimed their chefs and waiters qualified for L-1B visas because the restaurant claimed it needed foreign employees with "distinctive cultural background and extensive experience cooking and serving meals."

By Ann Coulter on 2018-09-19 15:42:00 -0400

If this is what the left pulls against a sweet nerd like Brett Kavanaugh, I can't wait for the hearings to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg!

Observers of the passing scene were not surprised that the same lunatics screaming that Kavanaugh is going to impose "The Handmaid's Tale" on America also announced that he had committed attempted rape and murder in high school.

His accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, remembered this in a therapy session 30-plus years after the alleged incident—coincidentally, at the exact moment Kavanaugh was all over the news as Mitt Romney's likely Supreme Court nominee.

She doesn't remember the time or place of the assault, told no one for 30 years and has no evidence or corroboration. Maybe the party was at Haven Monahan's house. (He was the instigator of the fraternity gang rape reported in Rolling Stone, which never happened and—luckily for Monahan!—who doesn't exist. Otherwise, he was in BIG trouble.)

But the psychology professor at Palo Alto University—who recently signed a letter denouncing President Trump's border policies (thank you, Attorney General Sessions!)—says a teenaged Kavanaugh threw her on a bed at a party and began groping her, trying to take off her clothes.

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