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Kevin DeAnna writes that if we Westerns want to stand by an oppressed people then we should stand by the “great English people who still have some sense of pride, identity, and patriotism in their Isle of Kings.”
Rob Sanchez writes that Indians are pressuring Obama for (1) more outsourcing, (2) more H1B visas, and (3) linking together India and the US’s social security systems.
Roy Beck reports that the new Congress will be more hostile toward amnesty and immigration increases.
Pat Buchanan argues that the U.S. is on the fast track to becoming insolvent.
Thomas Fleming reviews G.K. Chesterton’s The Napoleon of Notting Hill.
Retired physicist Paul Nachman urges activism against family reunification fraud.
Mickey Kaus, at Newsweek, writes that the real election story is not that Democrats won Hispanics but that they lost older European Americans.
Luc Van Braekel discusses how Muslims hijacked a conference on multiculturalism in Belgium.
Allan Wall notes that a Mexican diplomat is trying to order the U.S. around via Geneva.
Tim Dionisopoulos writes that Srdja Trifkovic has been censored at Providence College.
Gilbert Porter Blythe discusses the African AIDS racket.
Allan Carlson reviews John Medaille’s Toward a Truly Free Economy.
Rob Sanzhez: ”Pledge of Allegiance — to India”