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A West Texas Reader Comments On The Loony Diversity Visa

Re: Steve Sailer’s blog post The Uzbek Muslim, The Diversity [...]

A Reader Says If Washington Were Alive, He Wouldn’t WANT His Name On A Current Year Episcopal Church

Re: James Fulford’s blog post Episcopal Church Where Washington Worshipped [...]

A Talk Radio Listener Wants Trump To Release Sealed MLK Records As Well As JFK Archives

Re:  Peter Brimelow’s article Time To Rethink Martin Luther King [...]

A Canadian Reader Mourns The Death Of Ethnomasochist Musician Gord Downie

From: A Patriotic  Canadian Reader [Email him] Recently, Tragically Hip [...]

A Reader Reports Illegals Fearing Deportation Are Leaving Under Their Own Steam–The “Trump Effect”

From: A Utah Resident [Email her] Just thought you might [...]

Talk Radio Listener Wonders If ANYTHING A Judge Can Do Will Make GOP Propose Impeachment?

Re: James Fulford’s blog item Treasonous Hawaiian Judge Does It [...]

A Reader Is Unimpressed By The MacArthur Foundation’s Latest Illegal “Genius”

Re: John Derbyshire: Can MacArthur Awards Go Lower Than Genius [...]

A Reader Alerts Us To The Paris Statement–“A Europe We Can Believe In”

From: A European Scholar [Email him] I thought I might [...]

A West Texas Reader Is Cheered By Trump’s Enforcement Plan

Re: James Fulford’s blog item Dems Wanted DREAMers And Everything [...]

A Reader Points Out That If There’s No Freedom Of Speech, There’s No Freedom Of Hearing Either

Re: James Fulford’s blog post Classroom Disruption “New Low” In [...]