R3publicans/Ann Coulter: Amazing New Breakthrough To Reduce Mass Shootings

Ann Coulter
February 21, 2018

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As fun as it is to ridicule the FBI for devoting massive resources to chasing down Hillary Clinton’s oppo research while blowing off repeated, specific warnings about school shooter Nikolas Cruz, we’ve put a lot on the agency’s plate.

We’re hauling in nearly 2 million manifestly unvetted Third World immigrants every year, leading to a slew of FBI “Watch Lists” with a million names apiece. In 2015, Director James Comey said that there were ISIS investigations in all 50 states—even Idaho and Alaska! And that’s just one terrorist organization.


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R3publicans: Trump Can Enact His MAGA Agenda Anytime He Wants

Emmanuel Spraguer
January 26, 2018

On recent editions of Alt Right Politics, Richard Spencer and Evan McLaren have developed a “realistic” view on Trump’s immigration deal negotiations, emphasizing the idea that there are practical limitations to what can be accomplished by the current government and admiring the boldness of the Stephen-Miller-led effort to sacrificially accept a DACA amnesty in exchange for ending chain migration.

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R3publicans:  Republicans Pushing National Biometric ID Bill

Published: Thursday, February 1, 2018

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The two major parties in Washington, D.C., have been playing “good cop, bad cop” with the American people for decades, and the charade is still working. The vast majority of voters seem totally oblivious to the fact that both parties are little more than puppets for the “man behind the curtain” (to borrow a line from “The Wizard Of Oz”). After all is said and done, both parties are destroying constitutional government and liberty in America. They merely approach their duplicity from different directions. But both parties are taking the country down the same slippery slope to serfdom.


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R3publicans: This is What Sovereignty Looks Like!

United States Ends Participation in Global Compact on Migration

December 1, 2017

“Today, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations informed the UN Secretary-General that the United States is ending its participation in the Global Compact on Migration.”

“US participation in the process began in 2016, after the Obama Administration’s decision to join the UN’s New York Declaration on migration.  The New York Declaration contains numerous provisions that are inconsistent with U.S. immigration and refugee policies and the Trump Administration’s immigration principles. As a result, President Trump determined that the United States would end its participation in the Compact process that aims to reach international consensus at the UN in 2018.”

Ambassador Nikki Haley, US Permanent Representative to the United Nations, issued the following statement:

“America is proud of our immigration heritage and our long-standing moral leadership in providing support to migrant and refugee populations across the globe. No country has done more than the United States, and our generosity will continue. But our decisions on immigration policies must always be made by Americans and Americans alone. We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country. The global approach in the New York Declaration is simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.”

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R3publicans:  Mapping the Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on the United States

by IWB · November 29, 2017

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There’s a lot of confusion and misunderstanding out there around the economic impact of illegal immigration in the United States. We decided to bring some clarity around the issue by mapping new numbers on the estimated costs of illegal immigration on a state-by-state basis.

Our viz takes data from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) about how much illegal immigration costs in each state. FAIR takes into account a variety of different expenditures, like healthcare, education and refundable tax credits. We mapped these numbers across the United States according to a color-coded scale. Purple and dark red states have comparatively high expenditures, but the pink and blue states spend relatively less money because of illegal immigrants. There are two interesting trends you can see from looking at the data in this way.


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