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April 29, 2010
Allan Wall is scheduled to be interviewed at 5:15 p.m. Eastern Time, April 30th, on The B-Cast at Breitbart TV. You can livestream it here.
Obama Takes Immigration Reform Off Agenda
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Filed at 10:19 p.m. ET
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Immigration reform has become the first of President Barack Obama's major priorities dropped from the agenda of an election-year Congress facing voter disillusionment. Sounding the death knell was Obama himself.
Itâ€™s been nearly three years since three black college students (pictured below) were brutally murdered by Hispanic gangsters (at least some illegal aliens) in Newark, and the trial finally started this week. The sole survivor took the stand to testify about what happened when the four friends went to a local schoolyard to listen to music and hang out. Instead of having an enjoyable evening, the women were sexually assaulted and hacked with machetes, and three were shot execution style in the attack by six Hispanics.
Law Professor Kris Kobach has an Op-Ed in the New York Times, explaining the truth about the new Arizona law.[Why Arizona Drew a Line, April 29, 2010] It's good that they let him publish this, because you aren't going to see a lot of this in either the NYT editorial page or their news reporting. He has the answers to fiveÂ bogus claims that opponents of the bill make:
What sweet timing that a report of human rights abuses against Central Americans as they transit Mexico was just published. Mexico has been working itself into aÂ tizzy of self-indulgent rage against the impudence of Arizonans for enacting crackdown legislation, and just issued travel warnings for its precious citizens when they approach the state.
Dan Froomkin writes:
Former President Bill Clinton enthusiastically weighed into the blistering national debate on immigration today with a resounding assertion that America needs more immigrants -- not fewer -- to ensure its long-term fiscal future. ...
As I reported in my article about the hysterical response to Arizona's SB 1070, Mexican Senator Luis Alberto Villarreal wants Mexico to meddle in other U.S. states to prevent them from following Arizona's lead. Said Villarreal, "...today it's Arizona but tomorrow it can be another state."
I sure hope so!
Here is evidence of interest in Georgia and Ohio:
A Republican primary candidate (and former congressman) says heÂ´d like to do something similar:
Back in 2000, I wrote in VDARE.com:
After almost twenty generations of intermarriage between whites and Indians, Mexico has ended up with an almost wholly white elite, a vast mixed race (mestizo) working class, and at least 10 million extremely impoverished pure Indians who have never assimilated into Hispanic culture. And the ruling class is becoming ever whiter. How did this happen?
I'm reading Sam Lipsyte's new comic novel, The Ask, which is like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas if Hunter S. Thompson were on the wagon and had a really emasculating job working in the "development" office of a mediocre New York university asking rich people for money for even more grandiose facilities for the privileged but talentless students of the Fine Arts department: