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Legal Immigration Into the United States (Part 15): The Indisputable, Obvious, Innate Superiority of Immigrants

Note: Here is Part 14 The costs immigrants impose on the host society are easier to assess than the benefits they bring it. The confusion of much American public opinion on the left also paradoxically interferes with this assessment. It … Continue reading

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Immigrants’ Complaints

I can’t watch or listen to the liberal media without hearing reports of immigrants complaining about how badly they are treated by the wider American society. (Yes, I listen to National Public Radio nearly every afternoon. It’s my intellectual duty … Continue reading

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Mexican Immigration

I have had trouble attracting readers to this posting. I think it’s currently a useful essay given the tripe in the media, especially in the conservative -leaning medial. I have changed its title on the possibility that a foreign word … Continue reading

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