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Quote of the Week: James Fulford: ”American Doesn’t Have A ‘Broken Immigration System’, It Has A Broken Deportation System.”
Paul Gottfried asks whether free speech is an Anglo-Saxon or Jewish tradition and whom it benefits.
John Derbyshire, discussing Malthus and David Stove, writes about the immorality of humanitarian aid.
Steve Sailer notes that the Guardian criticizes the Beckhams for having too many children (because they’re white), and writes about the rise (and fall) of Blue Labor (a labor politician who actually stated the truth that Third World immigration drives down British wages).
Jerry Woodruff, at the American Thinker, defends Sam Francis.
Richard Spencer discusses American economic catastrophe.
Phil Tignino argues that conservatives need a no-enemies-to-the-right approach (to mirror liberals’ no-enemies-to-the-left approach).
Johnny Fincioen argues that real American debt is more than 100% of GDP.
Daniel Larison writes that NATO is a cover for the US to invade Libya.
Alexander Hart discusses Mexico’s interference in the American judicial process.