Tuesday, April 21, 2015
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Believe it or not, another attack on American Betrayal -- the fifth such attack on me and my book at National Review Online, which started on the high road back in 2013 by questioning whether I was "house-trained."     

And now?

For new readers, a note of explanation. I am once again compelled to respond to attacks as distinguished from normal, even critical reviews. After, by my count, 21 -- twenty-one! -- attacks from a tiny band of anti-American Betrayal extremists -- the cabal -- I will resort to boilerplate for...

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Once upon a time in 1970, fewer than 1 in 21 residents in the USA was foreign-born.

Now we approach a ratio more like 1 in 7, or even 1 in 6, or even higher.

What kind of "nation" is that? No nation. No wonder the social engineers implementing this deographic war on our nation have effectively erased our borders. 

Breitbart reports:

Unless Congress moves to limit current legal immigration rates, the U.S. will add at least 10 million more legal immigrants over the next decade — more than the combined populations of seven major cities, according to GOP staffers on the Senate’s Immigration subcommittee.

"Unless Congress moves," say hellow ("hola") to 10-plus million new legal immigrants in the near...

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I titled this post "The Statue of Lars Vilks" although no such statue exists -- not in Lars Vilks' native Sweden or anywhere else.

I wanted to see what the words looked like; if, in black and white, they provide the formula for a society conceived in liberty and dedicated to preserving it. 

Such a society might well commission a statue to honor this "mild-mannered, friendly and polite professor of art history," as Fjordman describes the 68-year-old cartoonist who so believes in freedom of speech that he never stops exercising it -- no matter how many threats, assaults, and attacks on his life he must endure. These attacks come not from other believers in liberty, of course, but from believers in Islam.

Prime ministers and presidents who also believe in liberty would honor Vilks -- just as they would have already honored Geert Wilders of the Netherlands and Lars Hedegaard of Denmark and Elisabeth...

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Spring is here and I just ordered the lovely bird book above.

Why not? I love garden birds -- and I also love (in a different way) Soviet agents. It turns out that author Henry Hill Collins, Jr. was an ornithologist and a Soviet agent! With his BA from Princeton '26 and MA from Harvard '27, Collins was also an American blueblood whose line went so far back it hit the Magna Carta

What a truly epic disagrace, then, that Collins was also a core member of the key Communist cell known as the Ware Group. This was the Washington cell of Americans loyal to Stalin's regime organized by Harold "Hal"...

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Toward the end of Blacklisted by History, the late M. Stanton Evans' magnus opus on the "blacklisting by history" of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Evans takes pains to convey the "scalding invective," "the sharp exchanges with other members of the Senate" that "McCarthy's "endless verbal battles" entailed.

He writes:

To gauge the ferocity of debate, we need only note that there were occasions on which members of the Senate were accused, in effect, of being agents of the Kremlin. Nor was it necessarily conceded that, in serving the nefarious ends of Moscow, the lawmaker thus assailed was mistakenly acting out of good intentions. Consider the following Senate broadside against one member of that body, accused of being a useful tool of Red subversion.

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