Alternatives to the Nihilistic Futility of Mass Immigration

In 1968, Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich published The Population Bomb. Ehrlich predicted mass-starvation by the mid-1970s due to an exploding human population outstripping agricultural capacity. Global population in 1968 was 3.5 billion. Today there are 7.6 billion people living on planet earth. Clearly, Ehrlich’s dire predictions were wrong, but the book was

By | 2018-12-02T22:43:31+00:00 December 1st, 2018|

Crisis on the Border

If 2018 has made anything clear—apart from the fact that our politics are a dumpster fire—it’s that we have a crisis at the southern border. Whatever one thinks about Trump, he didn’t create it. He is, however, the only one who has been trying to fix it, and next week represents the last

By | 2018-11-30T01:00:38+00:00 November 30th, 2018|

Is There a 51 Percent Solution for Trump?

President Trump's challenges are not really his economic policies and foreign affairs agendas. For the most part, they are supported by the American people and are resulting in prosperity at home and security abroad. The economy continues to deliver near-record-low unemployment, wage gains, strong growth and unmatched energy production. No nation can remain

By | 2018-11-28T22:37:13+00:00 November 29th, 2018|

The Invaders and Their Allies

There is a war on for hearts and minds of Americans, and it began long before the first shots were fired on Sunday along the United States-Mexico border, when federal agents deployed tear gas against aggressive foreign nationals attempting to force their way into our country. But the media coverage of the border

By | 2018-11-26T23:19:12+00:00 November 27th, 2018|

Against the ‘Other’

Rest in peace, John Allen Chau, a Christian missionary killed while attempting to share the Good News with an uncontacted people known as the Sentineli, habitants of North Sentinel Island in the Bay of Bengal. With the news of Chau’s death I thought back to Cultural Anthropology: The Human Challenge, standard reading for

By | 2018-11-25T22:16:41+00:00 November 26th, 2018|

The Reboot of Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s latest software update is a slight improvement on the previous version. Gone is the simpering sachet of Frank’s Red Hot. Remarkably, engineers have patched the many bugs plaguing the two-time presidential malfunction. In an interview with The Guardian this week, Hillary sacrificed a sacred cow of the modern progressive Left, imploring

By | 2018-11-24T22:52:49+00:00 November 23rd, 2018|

Judge Tigar Strikes Again

Judge Jon S. Tigar is back in the news. I wrote about him nearly two years ago: A federal judge ruled recently that an inmate serving a life sentence for murder in California must receive sex-reassignment surgery at taxpayer expense. The inmate was Rodney James Quine, 57, twice married and the father of

By | 2018-11-20T22:00:33+00:00 November 21st, 2018|

No Country for Caravans

No sooner did swarms of foreigners from Latin America arrive at San Diego-area ports of entry than reports came in they were scaling border fences. On a local talk and breaking news radio station, I listened to callers living along the border claim they witnessed hordes of black-haired men sitting atop, or jumping

By | 2018-11-16T01:16:37+00:00 November 16th, 2018|

The Political Path Forward in Florida

The ongoing craziness of Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes and her Palm Beach County sidekick, Susan Bucher, require some explaining to people outside of Florida. As a native Floridian it is exceedingly frustrating to see my beloved state subject to national ridicule because of Democrats cynically exploiting our decentralized political structure, which

By | 2018-11-14T08:15:21+00:00 November 14th, 2018|