Terrorist Attack on Texas Naval Base

By George Rodriguez, May 28, 2020 A shooting at the U.S. Naval airbase in Corpus Christi, TX, is being considered by the FBI as a “terrorist” incident, and it demonstrates how America is under attack from without and within. Americans need to defend themselves against domestic threats, but also control immigration and secure the borders.…

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English Channel Becomes England’s “Rio Grande”

By Allan Wall, May 27, 2020 You might say that the English Channel created England. The English Channel (satellite photo, left) is the body of water connecting the Atlantic and the North Sea and separating England (and the rest of the British Isles) from France and the European continent. The English Channel enabled England to…

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Don’t Deport Me; I’m Essential

By Inger Eberhart, May 26, 2020 Mr. Maurizio Guerrero of “Working in these Times” passionately advocates that illegal aliens should not be deported because they are essential workers. Let’s analyze his emotional post. (My editorial comments are italicized.) The picture used with the article is of “farm laborers from Fresh Harvest working with an H-2A…

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Border Wall Supporter is a Bridge Builder

By US Inc. staff, May 24, 2020   Rob Cortis, creator of the Trump Unity Bridge/Build the Wall Tour, stopped in Emmet County, MI for the Memorial Day weekend. He was on his way to a rally near Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s summer home in Antrim County. While northern Michigan residents enthusiastically posed on the…

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Terrorist Attack at Texas Naval Base

By George “El Conservador” Rodriguez, May 22, 2010   The FBI is considering the shooting at the U.S. Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas, a “terrorist” incident, and it demonstrates how America is under attack from without and within.  Americans need to defend themselves against domestic threats, but also control immigration and secure the…

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I, Robot: Virus Will Accelerate Automation

By Ann Corcoran, May 21, 2020 COVID-19 is pushing companies to move faster toward automation, especially toward enterprise automation notes a report by Forrester, the marketing research company. If so, what does that mean for the masses of refugees and other immigrants waiting to find a spot on the chicken or pork processing line in…

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The Western Hemisphere, U.S. Immigration, and COVID-19

By Allan Wall, May 19, 2020 A look at the progress of the COVID-19 coronavirus in our own hemisphere is helpful when considering our own immigration policy. The U.S. is part of the Western Hemisphere (pictured right), composed of North, Central, and South America, the Caribbean, and some other nearby islands. I wanted to look…

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N.J. City Approves Permanent Broadcast of Islamic Prayers

By Dave Gibson, May 18, 2020 In April, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey approved a noise permit to allow the Dar Al-Hijra Mosque in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood to broadcast the traditional “Adhan,” or call to prayer, five times a day. The prayers, played through loudspeakers, which start at sunrise and end at sunset, began being heard…

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Escandaloso: Mexico Leads World in Child Porn Distribution

By Dave Gibson, May 14, 2020 In recent weeks, there has been an alarming increase in the reports of illegal aliens distributing child pornography, much of it through social media outlets, such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp. While the reports on this ongoing outrage may have recently increased, the problem has been around for many…

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