Fox News’ trio of libs, Smith, Wallace and Rivera, rush to bury the mere thought of Trump’s sanctuary city plan
Certain Fox News media personalities seem suddenly scared witless by the prospect of the president sending all the overflow border migrants to sanctuary cities.
On Friday, President Trump confirmed that he is considering a move to have migrants who arrive at the border to be bussed only to sanctuary cities. It’s a beautifully Karmic idea, but of course, his political opponents are stumbling all over themselves proclaiming that it can’t happen, that it’s presidentially inappropriate, that it’s illegal, and on and on.
Refugees finally join Canadians in being less important than Liberals’ political interests
We have equality at last in Canada: cruelty disguised as charity. For nearly four years, many Canadians expressed their frustration at the fact that the Canadian state seemed to be putting the interests of refugees over the interests of the Canadian people.
As it turns out, the refugees were not worth a damn to the Liberals either.
KLAVAN: The Left’s White Nationalist Panic Is A Secret Assault On Free Speech
The left’s recent grandstanding about the supposedly rising tide of White Nationalism is a scam. It’s an attempt to further censor mainstream conservative voices on social media.
Like Leftism, White Nationalism is a low and stupid idea. Like Leftism, White Nationalism assumes there is something inherently “white” about Western Civilization. Like Leftists, White Nationalists feel this whiteness is somehow under attack by “the browning of America.” The only difference between the Left and the White Nationalists is which side of this imaginary race struggle they’re on.
MALKIN: False Accuser Shaun King’s Record Of Harm
This week, “journalist, activist and humanitarian” Shaun King will give a keynote speech at the annual Innocence Network conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The theme of the event, whose attendees work to prevent and undo wrongful convictions, is “The Presumption of Innocence.”
I’ve covered many flabbergasting things over the course of 25 years as a columnist, author, blogger and documentary host, but this one takes the cake.
Canada Joins the World in a Social Media Crackdown
Unlike the last American presidential election, there was no obvious cybermeddling when Canadians voted in 2015 (nor, for that matter, are there signs of it in Alberta, where I’m writing this week’s newsletter as residents get ready to vote on Tuesday).
This week, however, Canada’s digital security and spy agency reiterated its warning that the country won’t be immune from foreign online interference in the federal election this October.