The Left’s Long March, Enabled by Corporate America

Ten Things to Know About Kellogg’s War Against Breitbart
An explanation of the incestuous relationship between corporatism and leftist politics
Sunday, December 4, 2016
National News

CAIRCO note: while this article focuses on the Kellogg's assault on Breitbart News, it illuminates how corporate interests generally - and monetarily - support the politics of the open borders progressive left.

Endless immigration has unraveled our national identity

Every country carries an “ethos” or philosophy about itself. That ethos runs through the core of its being. That ethos drives its laws, its actions, its history and its future.

Video: George Soros Front Groups Connected To Anti-Trump Riots

The Daily Sheeple
Thursday, November 10, 2016
National News

Tens of thousands of demonstrations and riots have been raging in major cities across the country for the past three days since Donald Trump’s election to the presidency, and as it turns out, some of  these anti-Trump riots were sponsored by a George Soros front group and allied organizations.

Elites, open borders, and Trump's populist campaign

As I see it, the issue this election year is a singular one: America. Either we strive to preserve the Republic or see it dissolved into the morass of globalism ruled by and for the interests of the elites.

Had enough of the election? Watch these really good video presentations

The Social Contract holds an annual Writers' Workshop (contact them to be invited). This year's September workshop had a number of excellent presentations, which I have edited and placed online:

John Tanton - a video tribute

Watch a new 15 minute video tribute to John Tanton, M.D. - retired ophthalmologist and eye surgeon and founder of the modern immigration reform movement. Dr. Tanton is publisher and former editor of The Social Contract.

When Teddy Roosevelt Banned Muslims from America

The bill would prohibit the entry of the “entire Mohammedan world.”
Court rulings support Trump's Muslim immigration plan
Front Page Mag
Sunday, August 21, 2016
National News

A hundred years ago, Muslims were furious over an immigration bill whose origins lay with advocacy by a headstrong and loudmouthed Republican in the White House.

Europe’s Dark Hour

Sunday, August 14, 2016
National News

Creeping Sharia

ABC News
Friday, August 12, 2016
Immigration Impact

A Muslim flight attendant has sued ExpressJet, accusing the airline of wrongly suspending her because she refused to serve alcohol to passengers.


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