Roy Beck argues that the Senate vote on the DREAM Act will be very close.
Allan Wall notes that Janet Napolitano has just signed an agreement that would give Mexicans special privileges to bypass airport security.
Steve Sailer notes that the DREAM Act could potentially amnesty anyone under the age of 35.
Rob Sanches notes that under the DREAM Act “millions of work permits could be issued, allowing them to legally compete with U.S. citizens for jobs.”
Washington Watcher discusses the prospects of the DREAM Act becoming law, and argues that the DREAM Act amnesty means affirmative action privileges for illegals.
Brenda Walker worries that neocons will pursue their own DREAM Act next year.
Paul Nachman notes the good news that Steve King will chair the Immigration Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee in the coming 112th Congress.
In an unexpected (but welcome) gesture, FrontPageMag urges its readers to give Camp of the Saints as a Christmas present. (HT: RL)
Richard Spencer writes that John Médialle’s notion of “monarchy” is contrary to any traditionalist understanding of antiegalitarian aristocracy, notes that “quantitative easing” is really just money printing, and interviews Jared Taylor.
Jared Taylor discussess Dinesh D’Souza’s dishonest “journalistic” practices vis-a-vis Steve Sailer and himself.
Chuck Baldwin discusses life in Montana.
Steve Sailer notes how anthropologists distance themselves from science (the real reason for which is the left’s growing uncomfortability with evolution).
Srdja Trifkovic writes how Wikileaks present a different take on the death of Alexander Litvinenko.
Thomas Fleming writes: “Richard Holbrooke, RIH.”
Svein Sellanraa discusses how the goal of left-wing Norwegian educators is “not the transmission of knowledge” but “a bellyfeel hatred of white Europeans.”
Devin Saucier presents highlights from Richard Spencer’s speech at Vanderbilt University.
Derek Turner discusses his recent longing to be a policeman.
Jack Hunter says that Wikileaks fights big government.
Peter Brimelow: “Time to Rethink Immigration?”
Richard Spencer notes that the largest Christian university in the U.S. goes ghetto.
Paul Gottfried describes the Richard Nixon that he knew.