National Review is getting one thing badly wrong on immigration
It’s hard to get respect as a conservative. People generally hate our guts, and even folks on our side tend to disappear when it’s time to defend our own. Our side’s full of chest beaters who insist “I’m tough but fair. I don’t carry water for anyone!” Therefore if National Review is respected, then they had to do very well to earn that. So it’s | Read More »
Why is the Center for Immigration Studies publishing an “alt right” racist?
I’ve been warning for a while now that the John Tanton universe of Malthusian, anti-immigration groups – FAIR, NumbersUSA, and the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) – are not our friends. They don’t promote conservatives ideas, and we should stay away from them. Well, for those who weren’t convinced to ignore groups bankrolled by a Planned Parenthood local bigshot, take a look at this: Now | Read More »
A selection of green left policy ideas from NumbersUSA’s Roy Beck
The websites founded by the late Andrew Breitbart (who used to go on Univision and support “immigration reform”) have been giving voice to Roy Beck of NumbersUSA. I write today to remind you that this is a desperate move, one that shows how difficult it is to find actual conservative voices to support their agenda. Roy Beck is no conservative, and he’s no ally of | Read More »
FAIR and NumbersUSA: Fronts for the Extreme Green Left
Conservatives have great reasons to be active in the ongoing politics involving illegal immigration. We already tried an amnesty under Ronald Reagan, and it didn’t help. Now we’re being asked to do another one. Enough already.
That said, conservatives need to be very careful about whom we trust as a political ally in this. The left has a history of trying to adopt deceptive rhetoric to fool conservatives into advancing their agenda, as when the George Soros-tied Free Press convinced some to sign onto their big-government Save The Internet program.
It’s time we learned from that mistake and drained the swamps. We need to detach the mainstream anti-amnesty movement from fringe green-left groups like FAIR and NumbersUSA.
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