Big Tech Censorship and Illegal Immigration, Part 2

By Inger Eberhart, November 13, 2020 Editor’s Note: This blog post is Part 2 in a five-part series. The previous blog, in this series, provided a link to the panel discussion of the Big Tech censorship session that was held during the 2019 Writers’ Workshop.  Part one also included definitions for “Big Tech” and “censorship.”…

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Big Tech Censorship and Illegal Immigration, Part 1

By Inger Eberhart, November 12, 2020 Around September/October of each year, I attend the annual Writers’ Workshop hosted by USInc. and held in Washington, D.C. at a venue overlooking the beautiful Potomac River. Due to the pandemic, the conference was canceled for 2020. However, I do look forward to the return of the Writers’ Workshop…

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Tired Huddled Masses Clichés Defy Reason

By John Vinson, November 5, 2020 As an advocate of reasonable restrictions on immigration, I’m in awe of the power of our opponents to short circuit thinking about immigration with their stable of clichés. The king of them all is “We’re a nation of immigrants.” When someone speaks this incantation, logic leaves, and thinking deteriorates…

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‘Sanctuary’ Jurisdictions Import Criminals to Suburbs

By Dale L. Wilcox, November 3, 2020 America’s suburbs have become a political football this year on the question of whether the federal government should mandate low-income housing in suburban neighborhoods. While that debate will continue to rage, far less attention is being paid to a problem that has been destroying the suburbs for several…

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