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Americans Don’t Know Much About Immigration, But Know What They Want: The ZERO OPTION! (Or…Less?)

Immigration is unpopular with Americans. Really unpopular. And that’s immigration, full-stop—not merely illegal immigration.

How do I know? My reading of NumbersUSA polls, both current and from the last few years.

For example, on June 20, Numbers reported polling numbers from Missouri, a “swing state” whose Democratic U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill will be up for re-election in 2018 [ 64% of Missourians Want Immigration Cut by 50% or More]. Its press release heralding these numbers opens:
By nearly a 3-to-1 margin, Missourians say they want legal immigration -- that has been averaging around one million a year -- reduced to a half-million or less. That is the preference of nearly all demographic groups, including Missouri's Democrats, Republicans, Independents, conservatives, liberals, moderates, Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants and those of other religions and no religion, according to a survey conducted by Pulse Opinion Research of 1,000 Missourians likely to vote in next year's midterm congressional elections.

The poll’s Question #3 (of 13) first provided context— “Current federal policy automatically adds about one million new legal immigrants each year giving all of them lifetime work visas”—and then asked the respondents:
Which is closest to the number of lifetime immigrant work visas the government should be adding each year -- none, 250,000, half a million, one million, one and a half million, two million, or more than two million?

Results from those 1,000 likely mid-term voters in Missouri:

  • 25% None

  • 22% 250,000

  • 16% Half a million

  • 14% One million

  • 3% One and a half million

  • 3% Two million

  • 4% More than two million

  • 14% Not sure

Altogether, then, 63 percent chose an immigrant level of half-million or less, while 24 percent preferred one million or more. That’s an overwhelming landslide favoring lower immigration rates. Read more >>

Time For Trump To Reconquer Los Angeles— Eric Garcetti’s City Of Treason

The Second Civil War took a step closer with the shooting of Congressman Steve Scalise. We’ve already seen threats, terrorist attacksassassination dry-runsriotssedition, and treason since the election of Donald J. Trump, as the Left has moved into a revolutionary mode. But the thing to really watch: violent resistance to immigration enforcement.

“Peaceful protesters” will serve as the cover of this effort, in the same way they enabled violent Antifa and Black Bloc activists during the Milo riots in Berkeley. Police did not intervene in that case for fear of harming the “peaceful protesters.”

Similarly, leftists are planning for teams of protesters to confront Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers attempting to enforce the law. They will provide cover for activists to attack officers. Indeed, the only reason such “response teams” of protesters would even exist is to deliberately create a dangerous situation.

Such groups are openly organizing as we speak:
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John Derbyshire’s Terror Channel Report: Moral Equivalence Is A Crock

A Paris attack you probably haven't even heard of...

[ Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively on]

There's something to report almost daily now in the war between Muslims and infidels being played out on the streets of Western cities. It's getting to be so that any news outlet needs to just include a regular slot for these events, like the weather report. If things get any worse, some entrepreneur might start an entire cable TV channel—you know, like the Weather Channel. He could call it the Terror Channel.

Well, here's this week's Terror Report.

I logged four incidents this week: Two on Monday, one on Tuesday, one on Wednesday.

There was terrorism elsewhere, too, of course. Muslim fanatics attacked a tourist resort in Mali last Sunday, killing four or five people, it's not clear [ Mali: Death Toll Rises in Mali Attack,, June 19, 2017] But hey, Mali. If you care about Mali, go read about it. I care about the civilized world.

London, Monday, shortly after midnight local time.  Darren Osborne, no known religious affiliation, a middle-aged Welshman, drove a van into a crowd of Muslims outside a mosque in north London. One Muslim died in the attack and nine were hospitalized. Witnesses quoted Osborne on the scene saying he wanted to "kill all Muslims." [ London terror attack near mosque: New info on suspect, CBS, June 20, 2017]

Paris, Monday afternoon.  A few hours after the London attack, on Monday afternoon, Adam Djaziri, Muslim, of Tunisian origin, deliberately crashed his car into the lead car of a police convoy on the Champs Elysées boulevard. The car was full of guns and explosives. It did in fact explode after the impact, killing Mr. Djaziri but no-one else. [ Prosecutor: Champs-Elysees attacker pledged allegiance to IS, By Elaine Ganley, Associated Press,June 22, 2017] Read more >>

Memo From Middle America: It’s Time For The Southern Baptist Convention To Dissolve

The First Baptist Church in Augusta, GA

See, earlier, by Allan Wall: Southern Baptists–Worry Less About “Diversity” a.k.a. Bashing Whites, More About Saving Souls!

I’m not a Southern Baptist, but I am an evangelical Christian and a Southerner, a church deacon and a Bible class teacher. And I believe my National Question activism is perfectly compatible with Christianity. I respect the Southern Baptist denomination for the good work it’s done. But since the 1990s, its national leadership (=parasitical bureaucracy) has been on a crusade to remake the SBC, atone for its past and generally become more acceptable to the Political Class. My suggestion: the SBC is past its sell-by date. It should dissolve.

The SBC, representing the country’s largest Protestant denomination, faux-heroically condemned the Alt Right in a special resolution at its recent annual convention. The delegates (called “messengers”) got to feel good about themselves, although many didn’t know what the Alt Right was before they arrived.

It’s tempting to dismiss this as clueless virtue-signaling. But the internal politics of this effort and previous resolutions show a denomination in crisis—hopelessly unaware it will never be forgiven for its existence by the Main Stream Media and the multicultural Left. Read more >>

Pat Buchanan: The Passing of the Pelosi Era

In the first round of the special election for the House seat in Georgia's Sixth District, 30-year-old Jon Ossoff swept 48 percent. He more than doubled the vote of his closest GOP rival, Karen Handel.

A Peach State pickup for the Democrats and a huge humiliation for President Trump seemed at hand.

But in Tuesday's final round, Ossoff, after the most costly House race in history, got 48 percent again, and lost. If Democratic donors are grabbing pitchforks, who can blame them?

And what was Karen Handel's cutting issue?
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