We get to pick and choose

Importing millions of immigrants whose religion teaches them that we are Satan — when we don’t have to take any — is the new Selma. We were supposed to accept that Islamic terrorism — something that never existed in this country before Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act — was just a part of life, a wonderful slice of the vibrant fabric of America. If you disagreed, you were a racist.

Most important number in the immigration debate

There are a lot of numbers in the immigration debate. But let me give you the most important number of all. That most important number of all is the number of American lives it is acceptable to lose in the name of illegal immigration. Let me tell you what that number is: Zero. Our nation should not accept one lost American life because our country failed to enforce its laws.

The two faces of multiculturalism

The theory of multiculturalism has always been a tonic for simpletons, since it celebrates the perpetuation and imposition of an incompatible culture, still being practiced by those who carry it, upon a host culture with which it is mutually exclusive. Multiculturalism is entirely subversive. It is intended to force one or more cultures upon the hosts who do not want or need them. Since both cultures cannot successfully coexist within the host, which has its own successful working culture, the purpose of the exercise has always been fraudulent. The ‘melting pot’ concept worked not because of the concept of multiculturalism, but as testament against it. Those who came here in our parents’ and grandparents’ generation consciously chose to abandon the cultures they left in favor of the American culture. They became Americans, embracing one culture.
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