The liberal case for reducing immigration

The liberal case for reducing immigration

by Richard D. Lamm and Philip Cafaro, Denver Post, February 16, 2018.

Citizenship question drives uncertainty over 2020 census

The Hill
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
National News

Uncertainly is swirling over whether the Census Bureau will be able to get an accurate population count for the 2020 census, as the agency considers a Department of Justice (DOJ) request to add a controversial question about citizenship status to the census questionnaire.

The stakes are enormously high.

Is patriotism obsolete? A borderless world will lead to nothing but chaos

Over the years, I gradually realized that patriotism is the emotional glue that holds us together. 

During the Vietnam War, I decided that patriotism was useless. It clouds rational thinking and drives nations into foolish conflict, I thought. Fifty years later, I’ve completely changed my mind.

How Colorado has voted in presidential elections (and how its politics have changed) since 1980

Rural voters still lean Republican, but their relatively small numbers are overshadowed by the urban centers
Denver Post
Friday, December 22, 2017
Colorado News

Is Fascism Right or Left?

In the following 5 minute video from Prager U, Dinesh D'Souza explains the leftist roots of fascism.


Legislation and Lobbyists…

The Conservative Treehouse
Friday, November 17, 2017
National News

The Unspoken Reason California Politicians Want More Illegal Aliens

A larger noncitizen population boosts the power of the heavily Democratic state
Monday, October 9, 2017
Immigration Impact
California politicians offered many reasons last week for praising a new law making it a “sanctuary state.”

Should Anti-trust Laws Be Used to Break Up the Social Media Giants?

Google, Facebook and the rest wield more power than most governments.
FrontPage Mag
Friday, September 1, 2017
National News


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