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BREXIT: Britain to Leave the European Union?

On June 23rd, Britons will hit the ballot box to determine whether or not the United Kingdom remains in the European Union. I am inclined to think it will not pass, but I hope it does. Britain should leave the EU as soon as possible. The following is a full-length documentary designed to persuade British […]

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The Biggest Issue of 2016 -Europe Edition.

Late last year, Poland delivered utterly shocking parliamentary election results: every single seat in the 560 member parliament went to Poland’s right-wing parties. In case that doesn’t convey enough oomph, let me put it this way: not a single left-wing party member was elected, period. Zip. Zilch. Nada. This is as if Democrats in the […]

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Death of Utopia: Sweden Falling Apart?

Walter Williams has written a good article detailing the plight of Sweden: enormous amounts of practically unfiltered immigration and unbridled distribution of welfare benefits are driving the country into bankruptcy. Sweden, and the other Nordic nations in general, have always fancied themselves to be the humanitarian capitals of the world, importing mass amounts of poor […]

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Ron Paul: “Who Will Pay For Refugees?”

From Ron Paul, as posted at the Ron Paul Institute: Last week the US House dealt a blow to President Obama’s plan to resettle 10,000 Syrians fleeing their war-torn homeland. On a vote of 289-137, including 47 Democrats, the House voted to require the FBI to closely vet any applicant from Syria and to guarantee […]

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Muslim Rampage: 127 Killed in Paris Terror.

On Fox News, we read: Eight ISIS terrorists wielding AK-47s and wearing suicide belts carried out coordinated attacks at six sites around Paris Friday night, killing at least 127 people and wounding at least 180 others, France’s president said Saturday. The most horrifying scene took place at the Bataclan concert hall near the center of […]

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The Death of European Welfare.

Europe is being inundated by immigrants from failed states in North Africa and the Middle East. Millions have already made the trek to the major destinations of Germany and Sweden. These nations offer some of the most generous no-strings-attached welfare benefits in all of Europe. The governments of these nations are eager to take them […]

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Islamic Immigration to Europe – What’s Going to Happen?

Muslim immigrants are sweeping into Europe on an enormous scale. Most are headed for El Dorado: The United Kingdom, where a family can sign up for welfare benefits and never need to work again. Second to the UK is Germany, which boasts almost equally generous welfare benefits. Of course, getting by-foot to either welfare paradise […]

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Obama, Immigration, and the Republican Sweep.

It seems clear, at least to me, that Obama is staking his legacy onto immigration reform. I think his major goal is to get immigration reform pushed through before he leaves office. I suspect he knows that Obamacare will always be a dismal failure; and that’s really more of Nancy Pelosi’s legacy, anyway. Beyond Obamacare, […]

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Should Obama be Impeached?

The Immigration “Crisis” continues to boil. I say “crisis” in quotes, because it is not clear to me how what’s happening at the border is different from business-as-usual. Why would immigration suddenly become some kind of crisis now? Did all the aspiring immigrants of Central America somehow coordinate to arrive all at once? Did the […]

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Immigration Protests Rock Southern California.

In the Washington Times, we read: Rumors had swirled among anti-immigration activists near a U.S. Border Patrol station in Southern California that the agency would try again to bus in some of the immigrants who have flooded across the U.S.-Mexico border. Instead, they got dueling anti- and pro-immigration rallies Friday. The crowd of 200 outside […]

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