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An America First Immigration Policy
by Arnold Ahlert

 Google's Diversity Purge 
At Google, it appears that diversity doesn't actually mean diversity. Recently, James Damore, a senior software engineer at the Internet giant, sent an internal 10-page memo in which he expressed his opinions of the company's leftist slant on the gender gap among software engineers. Damore blamed "a politically correct monoculture" at Google for "shaming dissenters into silence" on those topics it has determined to be off limits for diversity of opinion.
          As if to prove his point, Google fired Damore for "advancing harmful gender stereotypes." In other words, Damore was guilty of stating the obvious and scientifically verifiable truth that men and women are different. Being different, they tend to make different choices. Indeed, the primary motivating factor behind the disparity in gender choices happens to be rooted in biology. You know, the "controversial" notion that men and women in general manifest their gender via differing goals, desires, ambitions, commitments, physical abilities and career objectives.
          The imbalance between men and women working in software engineering is primarily due to America's value for freedom of choice, not the myth of societal oppression via the patriarchy. Yet the execs at Google seem blind to their own ideological hypocrisy with self-contradicting statements like the following made by Danielle Brown, Google's new vice president for diversity, integrity and governance: "We are unequivocal in our belief that diversity and inclusion are critical to our success as a company. We'll continue to stand for that and be committed to it for the long haul." Well, except for that misogynist loon, Damore.
          His firing exposes Google's problem with intolerance. Only politically correct leftist opinions will be tolerated at Google; all others will be declared "intolerant" and therefore will be excluded, because at Google they're all about espousing the virtues of inclusion and diversity.  ~The Patriot Post
Chaffetz – DOJ Has Enough Now To
Prosecute liar-Clinton Gang If Rosenstein Wants
{} ~ Former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz was not impressed by the Sunday performance of Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and his supposed assurance that he was going to crack down on leakers... saying “he comes with absolutely zero credibility on this. Remember last year when we had director Comey come before the Oversight Committee? I was the chairman, I asked him if he looked at liar-Hillary Clinton, whether or not she told the truth under oath?” Chaffetz continues, “He said he needed a request from Congress so myself and Bob Goodlatte, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, sent that request to the Department of Justice. It’s never been answered. So if they want to start, let’s start with liar-Hillary Clinton and whether or not she lied under oath.” And let’s also go back to the State Department, who had an open investigation, they reopened it July 7th of 2016, they never closed it. Nearly 300 people who were dealing in classified information in a non-secure setting, why didn’t they ever close that investigation? They need to answer those questions. So start with that. They come with zero credibility on this issue.”...
'Iranian empire is being
established and the US does nothing'
Education Minister Naftali Bennett at the Western Wall
by David Rosenberg
{} ~ Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home) warned that the West is ignoring the greatest threat to global security in its fight against ISIS, trading away long-term strategic security for short-term tactical gains... In an opinion piece published by The Wall Street Journal on Monday, Bennett argued that while ISIS had captured the West’s attention, the Tehran regime has been quietly expanding its influence across the region, working to establish radical Shi’ite hegemony over large portions of the Middle East. “Since its 1979 revolution, Iran has sought to become a dominant world power capable of instilling Islamic rule on as many people as possible. The Iranian regime finances and supports armed militias in other countries and is the world’s top exporter of terror.”...
Kim Jung Un Vows To Make
U.S. Pay Price For New Sanctions
by Andrew West and Jeff Dunetz
{} ~ Kim Jong Un, the chubby, crazy dictator with the lousy haircut who has long worked to threaten the United States and her allies, has continued to push forward with their nuclear weapons program and ICBM testing... even in the face of a massive backlash from the international community.  Not only has the United States threatened the DPRK with action, but China has worked to reduce their trade involvement with the hermit kingdom after being dealt harsh criticism by U.S. President Donald Trump. Now, as more U.N. sanctions have been announced in an effort to curb the desperate despot’s march toward a nuclear weapon capable of reaching the U.S. advancements,  Kim Jong Un has, predictably, fired back at the U.S. with his signature violent threats and rantings. This despite a public warning from the Chinese Foreign minister. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, met with North Korea’s top diplomat during the ASEAN Manila meetings on Sunday and urged the North Koreans to “maintain calm” despite the security council vote, and then he warned Kim Jung Un’s representative, “Do not violate the U.N.’s decision or provoke international society’s goodwill by conducting missile launching or nuclear tests,”...
Mueller and the U.S. "Corruptocracy"

{} ~ There are no longer any doubts that the D.C. Swamp and its attendant muddied creatures are working their hardest to take down legally-elected by the citizens of the United States of America President Donald J. Trump and throw him out of his position as President... Now, even the Republican Swamp Things in the Senate have joined their Democrat critters in working to pass a bill that will remove President Trump's Executive Branch powers to fire those who serve at the pleasure of the POTUS. The Republicans-who have been secret Marxists for a very long time-are now working to damage duly-elected President Trump. We are on the brink of beginning an extremely perilous journey down the path of Venezuela and other autocratic totalitarian governments and are on our way towards losing our Constitution. We have, apparently, already lost our Republic...

Mark Levin: "Greatest Participant in Undermining Our National Security Are the Media"
Talking points redacted in liar-Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting docs: Jay Sekulow sounds off
Newsweek? More Like "News Weak" Cavuto Calls Out Mag's Blatant Double-Standard
TUCKER: Diary of an ex-Planned Parenthood director
Kellyanne Conway vs. Chris Cuomo On Trump Jr., Russiagate, and CNN
TUCKER: Wasserman Schultz defends not immediately firing IT staffer
President Trump reportedly growing frustrated with national security adviser McMaster
Gutfeld: There are two hunts going on right now
 An America First Immigration Policy 
By Arnold Ahlert:  Last Wednesday, something truly remarkable happened: A Republican actually framed an agenda and forced Democrats and their media allies — along with weak-kneed fellow Republicans — to defend their resistance to it.
          An updated version of the Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act (RAISE) was introduced at the White House by Republican Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue. The bill would give America a skills-based immigration system similar to those of Canada and Australia.
          In other words, this is an effort to admit people who are a benefit to America, not people who merely benefit from America.
          Thus, "Diversity Lottery Visas" that give 50,000 green cards to immigrants completely at random — for diversity's sake — would be eliminated. RAISE would also scale back chain migration. Currently, when an immigrant and his or her spouse become a citizen, they can petition to bring in their parents, their adult children, those children's spouses and children, and their adult siblings.
          Chain migration precipitated an increase in immigration from 250,000 per year during the '50s and '60s to more than one million annually since 1990.
          RAISE "would take a sledgehammer to this system, dramatically reducing low-skilled immigration and revamping our system for skilled immigration," explains columnist Robert VerBruggen. "It would cut immigration by more than 40 percent immediately, and by half in a decade."
          The best part of RAISE is the points system it uses to determine who should be admitted. The scale goes from one to 100, but practically speaking, no one other than Nobel Prize winners, Olympic athletes or wealthy investors would score higher than 45. Those who score lower than 30 would not be admitted. An immigrant's level of education, English fluency, age and the salary he's been offered would be decisive factors.
          The salary provision is critical. Applicants would be awarded 13 points for compensation at least triple the median salary of the state where a job is located, and zero points for a salary offer less than 50 percent above the median. This provision is aimed at undercutting employers looking to drive down wage scales by hiring foreign workers who will work for far less than their American counterparts.
          More important, RAISE challenges the collective presumptions of the American Left and its Republican allies in place since 1965, when Congress passed the Immigration and Nationality Act. "The bill will not flood our cities with immigrants," insisted Ted Kennedy at the time. "It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs."
          Kennedy was not the only one advancing such "idealistic" (read: duplicitous) nonsense. An avalanche of false assurances regarding the "minimal" effect the bill would have on our nation makes the lies used to sell liar-nObamaCare pale by comparison. As Fortune Magazine pointed out in 1988, the "family reunification" category alone completely belied minimalism. "Within a dozen years, one immigrant entering as a skilled worker could easily generate 25 visas for in-laws, nieces, and nephews," it reported.
          The two most catastrophic realities arising from that bill? First, the notion that America must accept one million immigrants per year, irrespective of need. Second, the increasingly popular but completely erroneous perception that emigrating to America is a right, not a privilege.
          Regardless, leftists and their allies are "all in" for maintaining the status quo, and no one exemplified it better than CNN reporter Jim Acosta. As far as he's concerned, America's entire immigration policy should be based on Emma Lazarus' poem on the Statue of Liberty. "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free," she wrote. In other words, no restrictions whatsoever.
          Anything less? "Lazarus has long been a target of white nationalists," the Democracy Now! website asserts, implying anyone who disagrees with Acosta and his fellow travelers is racist.
          That all of the net gain in the number of working-age people (16 to 65) holding a job has gone to immigrants since 2000? Or that immigrants access various welfare programs at far higher rates than native born Americans? Or that immigrants remain completely removed from any conversation regarding wage stagnation? Or that only 6.5% of immigrants are admitted based on labor and skill? Or that immigrants compose 22% of federal prison population, despite being just 13.5% of the U.S. population as a whole?
          All irrelevant, along with anything resembling journalistic integrity on Acosta's part. As columnist George Neumayr aptly describes it, his hectoring of presidential advisor Stephen Miller was "indistinguishable from a La Raza activist at a Trump rally."
          As for many Republicans, they remain wedded to their cheap labor campaign donors who insist a shortage of low-skill American workers, largely in agriculture, and high-skill workers, largely in the nation's science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, requires stratospheric levels of legal immigration and illegal "reform."
          The former assertion is an insult in a nation with millions of able-bodied Americans collecting welfare. The latter assertion is an outright lie, one rationalized by people like Marco Rubio, who insisted in 2015 that foreign STEM workers are necessary because American workers "for lack of a better term can't cut it."
          If that's true, better to fix America's education system than sell out its workforce. Unfortunately our ruling class, globalist-minded corporations and a plethora of special interests are far more invested in expanding opportunities for immigrants than their fellow Americans, claiming it's a gain for the overall economy — while conspicuously omitting an individual American's share of that economy is reduced as a result.
          Thus, cynicism about the bill's passage remains rampant, and Alex Nowrasteh, an immigration policy analyst with the libertarian Cato Institute, advances the argument likely to be the central strategy used to intimidate weak-willed legislators. "For years, we've heard people say they are only against illegal immigration, not legal immigration," he told The Daily Signal. "This shows there are a significant number in Congress who are against legal immigration."
          Legal immigration and massive levels of unvetted legal immigration are interchangeable concepts? A nation that is home to 20% of the world's entire immigrant population says otherwise. And the notion that it's "draconian" to reduce immigration levels from a number that exceeds the population of Austin to one around the population of Atlanta — every year — is laughable.
          Yet Americans are supposed to believe that reduction constitutes xenophobia or isolationism?
          Trump has promised to enact an America first agenda. The negotiations surrounding this bill will reveal — perhaps more than any other piece of legislation — which lawmakers stand by that proposition, and which ones are more beholden to special interests.
          Globalist, wage-undercutting special interests, for whom the distinction between "patriotism" and "profiteering" is conspicuously blurred.  ~The Patriot Post

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