From: [Name Withheld]
Recently, some students that I work with at Southeastern Louisiana University started a conservative paper called The Protectorate.
As a first project, they protested the Southern Poverty Law Center's Morris Dees. They made phony handbills that at first looked like they were promoting Dees, but actually contained unflattering information.
They also confronted him after a campus event, whereupon Dees told them to "F—off." They got it on tape, unfortunately not very loud though, but if you listen carefully you can hear it at around 24 seconds.
Thanks to VDARE.COM and keep up your good work. I'll be in touch with you about our upcoming projects.
The writer is a sophomore at the university
From: Tim Binh [e-mail him]
Re: Kevin MacDonald's Column: Heidi Does Long Beach; The SPLC Versus Academic Freedom
Tell her that the Vietnamese For Fair Immigration. is launching an investigation into the SPLC's support of racism.
Binh is a former president of Vietnamese for Fair Immigration
From: [Name Withheld]
I read VDARE.COM since I agree with most of it. But I have some problems with MacDonald's article.
The flood of Hispanic immigrants into America leads to more crime, poverty, and trouble for everyone, including Jews.
And in Europe, the flood of Moslem immigrants is anti-Jewish, not pro-Jewish.
The writer is a computer programmer.
From: Mike Johnson [email him]
Re: Joe Guzzardi's Column: Joe Chides His Republican Immigration Reform Friends and Allies For Having Little Faith
With all due respect to VDARE.COM's Guzzardi, I'm having a hard time "chilling out"—as he recommends—over the recent Democratic takeover of Congress.
I ceased to be a Republican in 2002, when VDARE.COM informed me that Jorge Bush had pushed yet another amnesty for illegal aliens through the House on a voice vote. [VDARE.com note: Republican Congressmen tried to push it through on voice vote, but Tom Tancredo stood up forced them to take a recorded vote.]
In the recent election, the immigration plank of the Democratic Party platform called for a "path for undocumented aliens to earn citizenship"
This is Democrat-speak for blanket amnesty. It's tantamount to extending an invitation to all five billion residents of the third world to come live in America. Need we review the Democratic Party's record on immigration?
Guzzardi asserts that the Democrats face defeat in 2008 if they issue an amnesty. He makes three tacit assumptions in doing so:
I hope he's right, but I wouldn't bet the ranch on it. The combination of a Democratic Congress and a pro-amnesty RINO president is a looming disaster.
From: Gaylan Stewart [e-mail him]
Before I read Guzzardi's article chiding those Republicans of little faith, I was feeling quite discouraged.
But he reminded me that things generally have a way of working out in America.
But you know what, we're still plugging along 42 years later.
Joe Guzzardi comments: The first presidential vote I cast was for Goldwater…and I was very proud of it.