Tag: immigrants

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America take aim at three examples of egregious media bias. They start with the heroism of Dixon High School (Ill.) school resource officer Mark Dallas, who saved countless lives in a would-be school shooting this week, yet the media glossed over the story since there was no body count and they have little interest in highlighting the effectiveness of a resource officer willing to engage the shooter. They also slam the press for selectively quoting President Trump to make it seem he was referring to immigrants as “animals” when he was responding specifically to comment about the vicious Latin American gang MS-13. And they throw up their hands as Hamas admits most of the people killed along the Israeli border were armed Hamas members and not random civilians and the media show no interest in reporting it.

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In the June 3-4 edition of the Wall Street Journal, “Review” section, Roger Scruton did an essay “The Case for Nations”. “You cannot immigrate into a tribe, a family, or a faith, but you can immigrate into a country, provided you are prepared to obey the rules that make that country into a home. That […]

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A lot of comments have been made about Trump’s speech Wednesday night, but this line hasn’t gotten much attention. I think it would be a great disincentive to immigrants wanting to come here merely for the free ride: Trump: No Welfare for Immigrants for at Least Five Years Preview Open

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In my evening installments, I’m down to the last ten minutes of watching Meet the Patels on Netflix. This entertaining little documentary examines so many layers: growing up in two cultures, getting married, respect for parents, and much more. Plus it’s witty and funny. It uncovered a whole world of Patels I knew nothing about. […]

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[Coulter]’s from Connecticut, & she’s very upset about immigrants. I’m willing to lend a sympathetic ear to people from Connecticut when it comes to immigrants — if they happen to own a tribal casino! My feeling is, unless you’re Native American, you should just shut up about this. ‘Cause you ain’t from here. That’s the […]

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