NumbersUSA reports that ICE inflates its 2010 deportation numbers, and notes that the DREAM Act would add up to 2.1 million workers to the already depressed job market.
Brenda Walker reports that the DREAM Act, if passed, will cost tax payers $6.2 billion a year.
Mark Krikorian writes how Democrats want to attach the DREAM Act to an AgJobs bill, which would “amnesty all the illegal-alien farmworkers already here and put in place an indentured-labor program to import more.”
Donald Collins, discussing the DREAM Act, notes that Democrats are abandoning the American poor for illegal aliens.
Looking at Neven Sesardic’s new paper in Biology and Philosophy, Dennis Mangan discusses the reality of race, and writes that, despite the slightly higher average IQs of NE Asians, Westerners still outperform all others in human accomplishment.
Obama lackey and white-hating Anthony K. “Van” Jones ponders whether ethnic civil war is coming to the U.S.
Reviewing Robert Weissberg’s Bad Students, Not Bad Schools, Paul Gottfried argues that school is not for everyone. Gottfried also notes that both the leftwing and neocon views of George Washington are idiotic.
A.W. MacCrinnan interviews the League of the South’s Michael Hill.
Richard Spencer references a new video “Madness of a Lost Society,” notes that the Pigford case is reparations by another name, and interviews Wayne Lutton of the Social Contract Press.
Steve Hsu writes that the Chinese are looking in depth at the DNA of high-IQ individuals.
Steve Sailer discusses how Arizona has chosen conservatives.
Matthew Richer writes about Newt Gingrich’s 2012 presidential run.
James Fulford writes that GW Bush still knows nothing about immigration, and reports how an Indian hacked his wife to death with a machete on the streets of London.
Continuing his theme on jerks, Thomas Fleming complains about people focusing on electronic devises in social settings.
Mark T. Mitchell writes about homeschooling and socialization.
Edwin Rubenstein discusses how immigrants are living better than American workers.
Taylor Rose notes how Srda Trifkovic spoke to a packed lecture hall at Liberty University. Srda Trifkovic discusses the 1941 “Wikileak.”
Tom Piatak points out a courageous video (with subtitles) from the Austrian parliament where an Austrian MP addresses a Turkish ambassador.
The Social Contract‘s Special Report on the Southern Poverty Law Center ($PLC), including essays by Wayne Lutton, Peter Gemma, Jerry Woodruff, Tom Tancredo, Alexander Hart, John H. Tanton, and others.
Sam Francis’s Chronicles archive. H/T.
John Attarian’s “Economism and the National Prospect“.
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James Edwards reveals AIPAC to be a threat to US national security.
Jack Hunter: ”The Conservative Case for Wikileaks“.
Daniel Larison: “The Trouble with Wikileaks“.