National Data | As I Pointed Out Ten (!) Years Ago, Mass Deportation Would Pay For Itself

The New York Times thinks that deporting the estimated 11 million illegals will be financially impossible, and they have interviews with defeatists like Michael Chertoff (who managed to deport some illegals as head of Homeland Security under George W. Bush) and former Border Patrol Chief David Aguilar to prove it. (A 2004 Border Patrol Hispanic Heritage Month presentation said Chief Aguilar was considered a “trusted spokesperson within the Hispanic community, communicating border-crossing policies that have a profound impact on Hispanic communities along the border.” No doubt the “Hispanic community” still feels that.)  The NYT insists that
“Mr. Trump has suggested he will flesh out his ideas in a forthcoming speech. But experts across many fields who have analyzed his plans so far warn that they would come at astronomical costs — whoever paid — and would in many ways defy the logic of science, engineering and law.”

What Would It Take for Donald Trump to Deport 11 Million and Build a Wall? By Julia Preston, Alan Rappeport and Matt Richtel, NYT, May 19, 2016

Where do they get these ideas? From bought and paid for think tanks.

One group   questioning

Paul Gottfried’s FASCISM: THE CAREER OF A CONCEPT Explains Why Elites Believe Trump Is A Fascist

Donald Trump is “how fascism comes to America,” says Robert Kagan. The New Yorker warns fascism “can happen here” [ Going There With Donald Trump , by Adam Gopnik, May 11, 2016]. Martin O’ Malley complains about Trump’s “fascist appeal” [ O’Malley talks Trump’s ‘fascist appeal’ and Baltimore crime in television interview , by Erica Green, Baltimore Sun, May 14, 2016]. And Salon enlists a “historian of fascism” to claim Trump is a fascist like Mussolini [ Trump’s not Hitler, he’s Mussolini: How GOP anti-intellectualism created a modern fascist movement in America , by Fedja Buric, Salon, March 11, 2016].

With the meteoric rise of Donald Trump, the only other word we hear more than “fascism” is “racism.”

But what exactly is “fascism?”

Paul Gottfried attempts to answer that question with an exhaustively researched study, Fascism: The Career of a Concept. It’s an antidote to the clumsy polemics surrounding the topic. Gottfried alludes to Jonah Goldberg’s 2008 Conservatism, Inc bestseller  Liberal Fascism as an illustration of how serious scholarship has been subordinated to crass partisan political purposes.

Gottfried says of Goldberg’s efforts:
“After hundreds of pages of…often strained comparisons between fascist and Democratic orators, it is hard to miss the point: if Democratic partisans in Hollywood have gone after Republicans as fascists, then the other party should be allowed to play the same game.”

Goldberg’s charging his political opponents with the “f” word is just “intermural politics.” And this “game” of two parties casting aspersions back and forth is hard to take seriously.

As Gottfried writes:

Memo From Middle America | Hispanic Campaign Consultants Says Trump Needs Hispanics (And Them). Wrong!

Well, here we go again. Univision’s English language outlet Fusion says Donald Trump will be crushed by the Latino vote. But a close examination shows the same old mistaken premises and faulty assumptions about immigration and politics that the MSM and Hispanic campaign consultants (where distinguishable) have been making for years.

Enrique Acevedo argues the Republican Party has suffered because of how it handled the immigration issue. He credits Democratic triumphs in 1996 and 2012 as well as Democratic control of California to Latino voters reacting against Republican support for restrictions on immigration . [ Trump can’t get to the White House without the Latino vote , by April 26, 2016] Once again, we hear about the supposedly dire effects of Proposition 187 in California and how it doomed Republicans forever.

But this ignores history. Proposition 187 passed overwhelmingly and led to the victory of Governor Pete Wilson. It’s the California GOP’s inability to win enough of the white vote in the state that’s killing it. Acevedo blames Mitt Romney’s line about “self-deportation” for his defeat, but Romney’s lack of fighting spirit had more to do with his defeat than his (rather wobbly) immigration Read more >>

In Our Anti-White Age, Trump Is “The Great White Hope”

"Something startling is happening to middle-aged white Americans. Unlike every other age group, unlike every other racial and ethnic group ... death rates in this group have been rising, not falling."

The big new killers of middle-aged white folks? Alcoholic liver disease, overdoses of heroin and opioids, and suicides. So Read more >>

MSM Trying To Smear Trump With Anonymous Anti-Semitic Tweets, But Ignored Obama’s Rev. Wright Connection...

In 1992, Bill Clinton famously denounced Sister Souljah, a rapper/activist who endorsed the anti-white violence in the LA Riots on the grounds that “if black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people?” Clinton retorted, “If you took the words 'white' and 'black,' and you reversed them, you might think David Duke was giving that speech.”

Of course, this is unfair to Duke. David Duke never suggested that whites go out and kill blacks. Still, Clinton’s disavowal of Sistah Souljah now represents the quintessential triangulation tactic, as politicians appeal to the Center by attacking their extremist supporters. Trump has not had such a moment. While cuckservatives like Matt Lewis once hoped they could create their own "Sistah Souljah moment" by attacking Trump, Trump is now the presumptive Republican nominee. [ Donald Trump As A ‘Sister Souljah Moment,’ by Matt Lewis, Daily Caller, July 9, 2015]

Coincidentally, the Main Stream Media created an artificial scandal because Trump supposedly didn’t disavow David Duke frequently enough. As I previously explained, Duke has no connection whatever to Trump, in contrast to Obama’s intimidate connection with figures like Jeremiah Wright or Bill Ayers. And even Clinton was more directly connected with Sistah Souljah than Trump is to Duke. Read more >>

Ann Coulter: Will Obama Try To Backstab Hillary To Save His “Legacy”?

511nk5odwLL._SY344_BO1204203200_-198x300[1]In a campaign season with lots of surprises, how's this for a wild prediction? It would never happen, of course, but pull up a chair and indulge me.

My premise is, President Obama hates Hillary Clinton and always has. Why?

(1) Because everyone hates Hillary;

(2) Obama has special reasons for hating her based on the things she has done and said;

(3) His senior adviser, Valerie Jarrett, also hates Hillary, so, if by some accident, Obama wakes up one day not hating Hillary, Jarrett is there to say, Oh yes you do!

(4) Obama adores his vice president

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