Michael Medved interviews economist STEPHEN MOORE about the recent agreement between Trump and the current [and incoming] President[s] of Mexico. I did not include the callers, but one guy pointed out that it still has to pass our Congress and Mexico’s. A great interview.
Victor Davis Hanson is an American classicist, military historian, columnist, and farmer. He has been a commentator on modern and ancient warfare and contemporary politics for National Review, The Washington Times and other media outlets. He is a professor emeritus of classics at California State University, Fresno, and is currently the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in classics and military history at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. In this clip, he talks about the beneficiaries of illegal immigration in the U.S. Full talk, from Oct, 2017.
Oakland Raider Marshawn Lynch again protested during the U.S. national anthem Sunday at a game against the New England Patriots in Mexico by sitting during The Star-Spangled Banner, but standing during the Mexican national anthem. (FOX NEWS)
Larry Elder effectively asks if Marshawn knows history at all. Mexico, in many ways, has been worse in it’s treatment (to this day) of those brought into it’s nations borders through the illegal slave trade. The article by “The Sage of South Central” from a few years back is entitled, “HOW DOES MEXICO TREAT ITS ILLEGALS?“
Believe it or not, this is all related… teaching young minds racism early: “WHITE GUILT” Video Shown to Virginia High School Students: “The Unequal Opportunity Race” (below/right).
Breitbart brings more of this embarrassment to our attention:
And another blogger notes well the audacity of some to wear a sombrero — Valerie Love over at Watchman writes what you think is a joke, an SNL skit ~ but unfortunately… not for the cream-puffs being raised today:
These SNL type skits will be a thing of the past however.
This seems as good a place as any to post this video:
Gay Patriot has a recent post discussing this infantalizing of young America:
Someone I know got a tattoo recently and I couldn’t join the chorus of praises bestowed on him.
In fact, I posted the following under his pictures of the tattoo:
One story I followed was a brave young woman who stood up to evil she knew she could not succeed against, but took the job anyway!
One policeman was murdered during Gandara’s first week on the job. By the time she became chief, the entire force of eight patrolmen had either been killed or fled. She was the sole law enforcement representative in a Juarez valley town that was part of the war between competing drug cartels for access routes into the U.S.
Relatives feared for her safety and urged Gandara to keep a low profile. But she refused, posing with her rifle for newspaper interviews. Then, at 6 a.m. on December 23, 10 gunmen pulled up to her residence, dragged her out of the house and set the home on fire. She has not been seen or heard from since….
San Diego is to the left, Tijuana to the right (click to enlarge)
The U.N. nuclear agency says a truck carrying an extremely dangerous radioactive substance has been stolen in Mexico.
The International Atomic Energy Agency says the truck was carrying cobalt-60, used for radiotherapy treatment to combat cancer. An IAEA statement Wednesday said the truck was stolen Monday while taking the material to a radioactive waste storage center from the northern city of Tijuana.
As reported at the web site of former Congressman Tom Tancredo in an article written by John Hill in NEWS (preserved at EXIT STAGE RIGHT):
Fast and Furious e-mails reached at least three White House officials (HOT AIR)
Fast and felonious: Obama gun warriors shoot themselves in the foot (WASHINGTON TIMES)
See AMERICAN THINKER as well.
Out of control!
Cartel-related murders in Mexico’s drug war have surpassed 10,000 so far this year, according to a tally kept by the Mexican newspaper Reforma.
As of November 19, the newspaper’s Ejecutómetro (execution-meter) stood at 10,514 for 2010. With an estimated 230 killings a week in the last two months, the cartel-related murders for 2010 could reach 12,000 by the end of the year.
The 2010 murder tally in Mexico is about 60 percent higher than the 2009 count of 6,587. Chihuahua, the Mexican state that includes what is arguably one of the most violent cities in the world, Ciudad Juárez, continues to be the deadliest, with 2,912 executions so far this year.
In the last eight weeks, there have been approximately 66 killings a week in Chihuahua, most of them happening in Ciudad Juárez, which borders El Paso, Texas.