Article By Walter Pringle on 01/27/2003

The Poultry Industry's Chickens (Really!) Come Home To Roost

[See also: Canada: The Disease Dimension, By Michael  Monastyrskyj] Here in California, there has been much media attention to the outbreak of Exotic Newcastle Disease (END). Initially detected in ...
Article By James Fulford on 08/21/2002

West De-Nile?

Phyllis Schlafly's recent powerful column exposing the efforts of munchkins at the Republican National Committee and Republican Congressional Campaign Committee to stop candidates discussing immigrati...
Article By Sam Francis on 03/21/2002

WSJ Edit Page: "Cheap Domestic Servants Worth Disease, Terrorism Risk."

A couple of days late and a few corpses short, state and federal health officials last week announced the news that Americans are at risk from deadly diseases because of mass immigration.  The announce...
Article By Thomas Allen on 11/27/2001

Coming Soon From Your Friendly Federal Government: More HIV-Positive Immigrants

You Can't Make This Stuff Up Dept.: Celebrity journalist Andrew Sullivan's mad idea to allow unrestricted immigration for people with HIV [see Steve Sailer's comments] is one step closer to being a re...
Article By VDARE admin on 12/17/2000

Canada: The Disease Dimension

Disease is the Achilles' Heel of the open-borders crowd. Contrary to their apparent imagining, there was rigorous official screening of immigrants back in the Ellis Island era: 1-3 percent of them were...
Article By Scott McConnell on 12/17/2000

Send Us Your TB Carriers...

Disease is the Achilles' Heel of the open-borders crowd. Contrary to their apparent imagining, there was rigorous official screening of immigrants back in the Ellis Island era: 1-3 percent of them were...
Article By Thomas Allen on 10/10/2000

They're Killers. They're HIV-Positive. And Guess What?...

Remember the "Lost Boys"? - the gang of child soldiers that the media discovered in the Sudan a couple of years ago? Well, they're coming here. All of them. As part of the refugee inflow authorized by ...
Article By Peter Brimelow on 07/28/2000

West Nile—The Smoking (Immigrant) Gun?

"The first evidence of the mosquito-borne West Nile virus, which killed seven people in New York in 1999, has been discovered in Massachusetts in the body of a dead crow, state public health officials ...