By Stephen Harper – Re-Blogged From Prager University
By Michael Snyder – Re-Blogged From Freedom Outpost
No matter how globalism is repackaged, it always smells the same way in the end. For decades, the globalists have subtly (or sometimes not so subtly) been moving us toward a world in which national borders have essentially been made meaningless. The ultimate goal, of course, is to merge all the nations of the world into a “one world socialist utopia” with a global government, a global economic system and even a global religion. The European Union is a model for what the elite hope to achieve eventually on a global scale. The individual nations still exist, but once inside the European Union you can travel wherever you want, economic rules have been standardized across the Union, and European institutions now have far more power than the national governments. Liberty and freedom have been greatly restricted for the “common good”, and a giant horde of nameless, faceless bureaucrats constantly micromanages the details of daily life down to the finest details. With each passing day, the EU becomes more Orwellian in nature, and that is why so many in Europe are completely fed up with it.
(Here’s some food for thought on the immigration issue. Please note: there are several items that I have issue with! However, other suggestions may be worth incorporating in our plans going forward. -Bob)
When it comes to immigration reform, we all know what conservatives are against. We are against the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. We are against the 2013 Gang of Eight bill. And we are against the 2014 Deferred Action for Parental Accountability program.
But what are we for? The system is clearly broken. It takes way too long for law-abiding immigrants to become citizens, the wealthy and powerful game the system for their friends, and, now that the economy is revering, the number of illegal immigrants is rising again.
President Obama has granted a blanket amnesty to millions of people who have crossed our borders illegally. Ted Cruz says that Obama has made it easier for people to come to our country illegally than legally.
While the flood of illegal immigrants is small compared to the number of people coming to our shores 100 years ago, especially as a percentage of the American population, the porous border is a huge problem that must be addressed.
While not our usual fare, I provide this guest essay for discussion without comment, as it is concerned with an issue of great interest and impact to millions of people – Anthony
Guest essay by Alec Rawls
Negative atmospheric pressure sounds climate related, but it is just an analogy to the inward draw of air that contagious disease laboratories and isolation rooms use to keep pathogens from escaping. The only way to make it safer for Ebola hot-zone residents to stay put and keep the current epidemic from spreading is to use immune survivors to separate and treat the sick, a strategy developed by the Greeks 2400 years ago, but our national policies are working ever more powerfully in the opposite direction, creating strong incentives for infected and possibly infected people to flee to the United States from Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Given this rapidly changing climate of contagion…
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