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Immigrants Account For All Job Gains Since 2000: Native-born Workers’ Employment Has Fallen

While jobs are always being created and lost, and the number of workers rises and falls with the economy, a new analysis of government data shows that all of the net gain in employment over the last 13 years has gone to immigrants (legal and illegal). From the first quarter of 2000 to the first […]

Examining the United States on the Fourth of July

Examining the United States on the Fourth of July

By Dan Poole | Happy Fourth! What does it mean to be an American? Put it another way, what is an American? The answers vary so much from person to person in the United States that there is no universal understanding of either of these questions. Or maybe there is. The consensus across the entire […]

Tom Sunic

AFP Metro NY Chapter Gathering Featuring Tom Sunic

On June 29th American Freedom Party members (AFP Metro NY Chapter) and area European Nationalists enjoyed hearty food, drink and a productive discussion on organizing our people in America. We all agreed that we must focus on local level activism and political campaigns for AFP to grow and prosper. Three board members gave presentations to […]

Kevin MacDonald, Ph.D.

More Idiocy From Heidi Beirich

Kevin MacDonald | Our friend Heidi Beirich of the SPLC has another outrageous gem about me (“Long Adored by Anti-Semites, California Prof Now Glorifies Violence”). A couple of factual issues: I am not a “co-host” of Duke’s program and have never used the phrase “Zionist gun-grabbers” although I have noted that even Jewish publications have […]

How Come Mexico Can Require Voters To Prove Citizenship And Arizona Can’t?

How Come Mexico Can Require Voters To Prove Citizenship And Arizona Can’t?

By Allan Wall | The news from the U.S. Senate is bad enough: the new 1200 page Hoeven-Corker “Border Surge” amendment to the Amnesty/ Immigration Surge bill will be voted on Monday—requiring Senators to read 24 pages an hour for 16 hours a day over the weekend. But the Supreme Court made things even worse […]

Israel and the NSA Scandal

Israel and the NSA Scandal

Kevin MacDonald | Steve Sailer has an article on the tie-in between Israeli high tech firms and the NSA spying on American citizens (“Does Israel Have a Backdoor to US Intelligence?”). It’s always seemed very suspicious that Amdocs, an Israeli firm, was responsible for billing for US phone companies, and that two Israeli firms, Narus […]

Senate Bill Allows 46 Million Immigrants By 2033

Senate Bill Allows 46 Million Immigrants By 2033

Neil Munro of The Daily Caller writes The Senate’s pending immigration bill will pave the way for the arrival of 46 million legal immigrants over the next 20 years, increase the federal debt in the same time period and shrink Americans’ average wage, according to Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Session’s critical reading of two new […]

White Voters

Anti-Immigrant Leaders Urge GOP to Focus on White Voters Who Didn’t Vote

America’s Voice | Last week, longtime conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly issued a call for the Republican Party to abandon immigration reform and Hispanic outreach in favor of a strategy focused on white voters. Talking Points Memo reports: “Phyllis Schlafly of the ‘pro-family’ group Eagle Forum called the GOP’s need to reach out to Hispanic voters […]

Gang of Eight

Gang Of Eight Liars and The Impact of Amnesty

Randal O’Toole | This week, the full U.S. Senate is debating S.744, “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” a.k.a. the Amnesty/ Immigration Surge bill. What is at stake is not merely the dispossession of the historic American nation—but its extinction. The Open Borders Lobby, both “Left” and “Right,” has one implicit theme when it comes to labor and […]

No Immigration Amnesty

Amnesty To Cost Taxpayers $6.3 Trillion

John Bennett | Amnesty will cost American taxpayers at least $6.3 trillion in welfare and other public benefits, according to a Heritage Foundation study. Former Republican senator Jim DeMint, now president of the foundation, announced the results of the study at a news conference this morning. Jason Richwine studies empirical data for the Domestic Policy […]

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