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A Guilty Elite: Immigration Beyond Economics
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A Guilty Elite: Immigration Beyond Economics

America’s immigration enthusiasts, which is to say her entire ruling class, have such untrammeled access to the mainstream media that they are able to launch obviously absurd memes in shamelessly coordinated fashion.  Thus, in the wake of the Republican triumph

The Economic Impact of Immigration
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The Economic Impact of Immigration

I stopped paying attention to Time many years ago.  My twin brother and I, already plotting our emigration to the United States, subscribed as college students in England in the 1960’s to get some sense of this world-straddling “indispensable nation”—as

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Real Reform

Communist poet Bertolt Brecht, after the 1953 risings in East Germany, suggested that the Communist government should just dissolve the people and elect a new one.  That is essentially what is happening in the United States.  The American government is

The National Question
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The National Question

Peter Brimelow was supposed to deliver the keynote address at the John Randolph Club conference in Chicago last December, but he was marooned in New York by weather conditions. What follows is an extract from his prepared remarks.

I believe

Before You Bet Against the Market . . .
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Before You Bet Against the Market . . .

“They’re wiping out our industries,” said my southern California friend, staring moodily out across the Pacific ocean beyond which They—the Japanese—presumably lurking even as he spoke.

“They’re buying up all our land,” confirmed his wife. “Of course, we’re so stupid,