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By Pedro de Alvarado on 07/28/2021

FL Reps. Maria Elvira Salazar, Carlos Gimenez (R.—Cuba) Cannot Be Counted On To Save The Historic American Nation

When Cubans recently began protesting against the tropical Gulag’s Communist government, all eyes were on the Republican Party’s Cuban-American contingent. From Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (whom I have already exposed for her Open-Borders and PC chicanery) to Rep. Carlos Gimenez and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, they have beaten their chests about getting tough on Cuba, including military intervention [Bombing Cuba an Option That 'Needs to Be Discussed,' Says Miami Mayor, by Daniel Villareal, Newsweek, July 13, 2021 ]. And of course there were GOP calls for taking in more Cuban refugees. As a Venezuelan immigrant, the Cuban government is no object of my admiration. But it’s laughable to suggest that it poses an existential threat to the US compared to America’s mounting immigration disaster. The National Question remains king among issues that must preoccupy patriots. And these Cuban Conquistador-Americans are no help.

Salazar and Gimenez both arrived in U.S. House in 2020, when Republicans made solid gains in suspicious contrast to Trump’s alleged defeat.  Since then, Republican operatives have used them as diversity props to brag to the media about how hip the “new” GOP is[Meet the Diverse Field of GOP House Flippers, by John McCormack, NRO,  November 13, 2020].

What amuses me, as a Venezuelan immigrant, about the GOP’s Diversity fetish is that Gimenez and Salazar are not the stereotypical typical brown/mestizo Hispanic (like me). Like many Cubans, they’re white. But for the Diversity-mau-maued GOP, a Spanish-sounding last name apparently will suffice.

Notoriously to Middle America’s detriment, the GOP is not fully onboard with the National Question. And by broadening its tent to try to include Hispanics and other non-foundational stock citizens, it is allowing a devious subset to carry out Open Borders Inc’s agenda under their nose. Republicans raving about their diversity gains with Hispanics should be careful about what they wish for. Eventually they’ll find themselves supporting “Republicans” who don’t have their ethnic interests at heart.

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By Pedro de Alvarado on 07/28/2021

FL Reps. Maria Elvira Salazar, Carlos Gimenez (R.—Cuba) Cannot Be Counted On To Save The Historic American Nation

When Cubans recently began protesting against the tropical Gulag’s Communist government, all eyes were on the Republican Party’s Cuban-American contingent. From Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar (whom I have already exposed for her Open-Borders and PC chicanery) to Rep. Carlos Gimenez and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, they have beaten their chests about getting tough on Cuba, including military intervention [Bombing Cuba an Option That 'Needs to Be Discussed,' Says Miami Mayor, by Daniel Villareal, Newsweek, July 13, 2021 ]. And of course there were GOP calls for taking in more Cuban refugees. As a Venezuelan immigrant, the Cuban government is no object of my admiration. But it’s laughable to suggest that it poses an existential threat to the US compared to America’s mounting immigration disaster. The National Question remains king among issues that must preoccupy patriots. And these Cuban Conquistador-Americans are no help.

Salazar and Gimenez both arrived in U.S. House in 2020, when Republicans made solid gains in suspicious contrast to Trump’s alleged defeat.  Since then, Republican operatives have used them as diversity props to brag to the media about how hip the “new” GOP is[Meet the Diverse Field of GOP House Flippers, by John McCormack, NRO,  November 13, 2020].

What amuses me, as a Venezuelan immigrant, about the GOP’s Diversity fetish is that Gimenez and Salazar are not the stereotypical typical brown/mestizo Hispanic (like me). Like many Cubans, they’re white. But for the Diversity-mau-maued GOP, a Spanish-sounding last name apparently will suffice.

Notoriously to Middle America’s detriment, the GOP is not fully onboard with the National Question. And by broadening its tent to try to include Hispanics and other non-foundational stock citizens, it is allowing a devious subset to carry out Open Borders Inc’s agenda under their nose. Republicans raving about their diversity gains with Hispanics should be careful about what they wish for. Eventually they’ll find themselves supporting “Republicans” who don’t have their ethnic interests at heart.

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By Ann Coulter on 07/28/2021
If I weren’t already staunchly pro-vaccination, the vaccine zealots would turn me against the COVID shot. The proof that they’re practicing religion and not science is their refusal to acknowledge the great heaping hunks of immunity a person gets from natural infection. Obviously, you don’t want to contract COVID just to get all that boffo immunity, but lots of people have already been infected, so...
By Jack Dalton on 07/27/2021

Remember John Milius’ 1984 classic movie, Red Dawn, in which Soviet and Cuban shock troops capture the town of Calumet CO? In one particularly compelling scene, the victorious occupiers execute Americans accused of conspiring with high school rebels who have been waging guerrilla warfare. But just before the Reds open fire, the condemned patriots start singing America the Beautiful.

I thought of that when reading Julie Kelly’s account of the January 6 Mostly Peaceful Protesters, still scandalously held in solitary confinement for their political opinions, singing the National Anthem every evening [January 6 Detainees Sing the National Anthem, July 18, 2021] Except this time, the enemy isn’t the Soviets: it’s Joe Biden and his—let’s face it—de facto Communist regime.

These political prisoners’ “Days In Court” will be Stalinist show trials, designed to signal that opponents are “terrorists” and to make clear what the Regime has in mind for the Historic American Nation: legal and political harassment, then dispossession and, ultimately, Replacement. In the eyes of many Democrat officials and Leftist pundits, the so-called attack on the U.S. Capitol was “worse than 9/11” [Republican Party is now a terrorist organization — and none of this is a surprise, by Chauncey Devega, Salon, February 16, 2021].

But there are signs of hope.

In a little-noted development, the families of 9/11 victims came out swinging:

By Michelle Malkin on 07/27/2021

It seems there's no sanctuary from draconian mask and vaccine mandates. You can't get on a plane, go to school, work at a hospital, perform onstage, compete in sports, exercise at a gym, worship in church or walk outside without the long shadows of Big Pharma and the COVID-19 control freaks looming over every aspect of your lives. Every breath, every movement, every tweet, every Facebook post, every Instagram meme is being monitored for compliance.

There is one escape hatch, however. If you're an illegal alien, congratulations! Privileged border trespassers have been handed special "Get out of COVID Tyranny" cards, while the Biden administration is poised to send vaccine squads door to door to harass law-abiding citizens. Immigration rules don't apply to illegals, and neither do the invasive pandemic rules imposed on our citizenry.

Fox News reporter Bill Melugin reported on Tuesday that "after an incident at a Whataburger, police in La Joya, (Texas,) say they've learned illegal immigrants who test positive for COVID-19 are being released from federal custody to a local Catholic charity in the (Rio Grande Valley,) which then places them in local hotels without notice."

By Jared Taylor on 07/26/2021

Crossposted from Amren.com

How many times have you heard that slavery was “America’s original sin”? I’m not quite sure what that means, but I think the idea is that slavery was a uniquely horrible thing that defines the United States and will stain whites forever. It’s one of the few things Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Barack Obama agree on. There are books about it. Here’s a college course at UC Davis called “Slavery: America’s Original Sin: Part 1."

The fact is, there has been slavery in every period of history, and just about everywhere. The Greeks and Romans had it, the ancient Egyptians had it, it’s all over the Bible, the Chinese and the pre-Columbian Indians had it, the Maoris in New Zealand had it, and the Muslims had it in spades. But I have never, ever heard of slavery being anyone else’s “original sin.”

About the only societies that never had slaves were primitive hunter-gatherers. As soon as people have some kind of formal social organization, they start taking slaves.

You’ve heard about slavery and mass human sacrifices of Central and South American Indians, but North American Indians were enslaving each other long before the white man showed up.

Tlingit and Haida Indians, who lived in the Pacific Northwest, went raiding for slaves as far South as California. About one quarter of the population were slaves, and the children of slaves were slaves. During potlatches, or huge ceremonial feasts, the Tlingit would sometimes burn property and kill slaves, just to show how rich they were. What’s a couple of slaves to a guy who lives in a house like this?

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 07/26/2021

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To understand what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's select committee investigation of the Capitol Hill events of January 6 is all about, a good place to begin is with the sentencing hearing last week of Paul Hodgkins.

A crane operator from Tampa, Florida, Hodgkins, 38, pleaded guilty to a single count of obstructing a joint session of Congress called to confirm Joe Biden as the next president.

Hodgkins entered the Senate chamber carrying a Trump 2020 flag. He committed no assault, no act of destruction, no act of violence. Yet, he was sentenced to eight months in prison by U.S. Judge Randolph Moss.

Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Mona Sedky argued for a sentence of twice that length, a year and a half, because, as she told the judge, "Jan. 6 was genuinely an act of terrorism."

But is that true? Was January 6 "an act of terrorism"—of the character if not the magnitude, say, of the Oklahoma City bombing?

Hodgkins' attorney vigorously rejected that depiction. To call January 6 "domestic terrorism," said Patrick Leduc, is "offensive and gaslighting the country ... It was a protest that became a riot, period, full stop."

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