Joe McCarthy was wrong about the extent of Communist infiltration of the US government. He substantially underestimated the extent of the problem. Stephan Molyneux lays out the case. This is long, 3:30, but very informative.
The official flyer for the upcoming Republican Club of the Foothills dinner is out! Click on the image on the right or the link above to get the flyer in .pdf format in your browser, or right click on it to download the file.
Oh, and don’t forget to show up and have a great time!
What they mean is that they are working with President Trump to sweep away the Progressive totalitarian collectivist State that has been robbing us of our American heritage, our Faith, our Freedom and, ultimately, our life. Faster please.
Just recently the new Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley made a statement at the UN reflecting the Trump Administration’s approach to international relations.
After eight agonizing years of watching Obama apologize to a world swarming with thugs and desperadoes, betray our friends and allies and kowtow to, support and finance our enemies this is a long awaited breath of fresh air.
Make America great again – on the way!
The Diplomad has an arresting article over at his site regarding the activities of Mexican diplomats in our country. Some samples:
Mexico had a major role in fostering guerrilla groups in Central America during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, backing off only when it became a hindrance to the NAFTA deal with the United States, and when some of the groups began operating in Mexico. Mexico is feared and resented throughout Central America as a bully and for its mistreatment of Central American migrants. The horror stories these migrants tell of their passage through Mexico are hair-raising and heartbreaking.
The biggest offender? Not Russia, but Mexico. Mexican officials publicly called on Mexicans in the US to oppose Trump; Mexico’s over fifty–yes, fifty–consulates in the US (here) are hot beds of political activity and activism. Millions of illegal and legal aliens largely from Mexico and Central America vote, yes vote. We need to have an in-depth investigation into Mexico’s interference in our elections, an interference that goes well beyond revealing embarrassing DNC texts.
There. That’s an investigation the GOP should endorse, and the new SecState should take up the issue of Mexican interference in our elections.
That interference in our politics has not ceased since the elections. It, in fact, has increased. Some years ago, I mentioned to a senior colleague in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs at State, my concern over the openly political activity engaged in by Mexico’s consulates and diplomatic personnel in the U.S. She acknowledged it was a problem but not one anybody wanted to take up. Well, it is now at a stage when it must be taken up. If the Trump administration is serious about protecting our borders and sovereignty the time has come for tough action on Mexico.
His recommendations are quite trenchant:
We must not only defend our border but, in my view, it is well past the time for the US to begin shutting down most of these Mexican consulates. There is no justification for Mexico to have over fifty consulates in the US. Had I the power, we would give Mexico one week to close 25-30 consulates. In addition, we would work out a plan to close additional consulates depending on how Mexico behaves. If Mexico, in fact, refuses to take back deportees, then we would need to take additional actions such as shutting down our visa issuance in Mexico, kicking out their ambassador from Washington, closing down the border crossing for periods of time, and even halting remittances to Mexico–just to let Mexico feel the pain. As part, of course, of any comprehensive reform of our immigration laws, no federal money should go to supporting illegal aliens in the US.
The Southwest USA does not “belong” to Mexico. Mexico, please note, held California for about 25 years; they had Texas for even less time. Spain held the area for a couple hundred years, and we’ve had it for some 170 years. So enough with that argument. It is tiresome.
The USA has the right to defend its sovereignty and borders. Mexicans have no right of access to the US any more than anybody else does.
There’s more nuggets in there, go read it all.