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By Lydia Brimelow on 02/20/2024

Tucker Carlson's Interview With Lydia Brimelow On New York Attorney General Letitia James's Attack On VDARE.com

LYDIA BRIMELOW: Many thanks to Tucker Carlson!

Transcript

Tucker [00:00:00] Illegal immigration into the United States is at its highest levels ever. Tens of millions of people have come here illegally over the past 15 years, and none of them will ever leave. Mostly they come from the poorest countries on the planet. We don't know anything about them, really. We don't know if they're pro-America. We don't know if they're hostile to the people who already live here. We don't know, in the case of the recent arrivals, what they're going to do for a living as robotics eliminate low skilled jobs. So what's happening right now at the border that what's often mentioned on TV is really undersold as a story. This is changing America forever, and almost certainly for the worse as we're watching it. And no one is doing anything about it.

The governor of Texas occasionally makes noises about it

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Article By Charlottesville Survivor on 02/26/2024
Earlier, by Peter Brimelow: Trump’s Indictment—Like I Said, This Is A Communist Coup “Power can only be resisted by power—and tendency by tendency,” said John C. Calhoun in A Disquisition on Government. Clearly the best political thinker America ever produced, Calhoun has been driven out of public memory due to the “Racial Reckoning”—not least because Conservatism Inc. of course joins in with it [...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2024
As I’ve been pointing out since 2016, St. Louis has had a big traffic fatality problem due to, first, the Ferguson Effect.   From WPDE.com: Man accused of killing mother, daughter in crash after Drake show in Missouri out on bailby JESSICA A. BOTELHO | The National DeskMon, February 26th 2024 at 1:23 PM ST. LOUIS, Mo. (TND) — A 22-year-old man accused of speeding through a red light and killing...
Post By Patrick Cleburne on 02/26/2024
On February 13 CBS News surprised by firing Catherine Herridge, a very productive investigative reporter. Surprise turned to outrage when it materialized the network had seized her files, computers, and records, including information on privileged sources. Jonathan Turley commented in Bad Times at Black Rock: CBS Causes Uproar After Seizing the Notes of Investigative Reporter, Res ipsa loquitur, Fe...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2024
From KC Johnson: Also, from Just Loki: [Comment at Unz.com]...
Article By Gregory Hood on 02/25/2024
James Fulford writes: There are two theories about why the Supreme Court is failing to enforce its decision about Affirmative Action. One is that they’re afraid of losing “legitimacy,“ i.e. power and respect. The other is that they may be actually afraid of violence, because the Biden Regime is refusing to enforce laws about demonstrating outside Justices’ homes. See THE FULFORD FILE: “‘Latin Ameri...
Post By John Derbyshire on 02/25/2024
Earlier: JOHN DERBYSHIRE: Amy Wax, A Heroine For Our Time, Vs. The ”Midwit Gynocrats” VDARE.com has closely followed the career of dissident law professor Amy Wax, who has been in trouble with her administrators at the University of Pennsylvania ever since, in August 2017, she co-wrote an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer arguing for bourgeois values. Professor Wax has tenure so U. Penn. can’t jus...
Article By John Derbyshire on 02/24/2024
[Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively on VDARE.com] I hope readers will forgive me for yet another long grumble about New York State, where I live. I believe there are some general deductions to be made—issues bigger than just the Empire State. I opened my January Diary with the plain declaration that  ”I love my country but I don’t much like my state.” I recycled that in l...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/24/2024
Earlier, by Steve Sailer: Google’s Gemini AI: So Far, Artificial Stupidity Is Beating Artificial Intelligence Data scientist David Rozado presents his complete collection of Google Gemini 17th century physicists. He thinks the one in the lower right corner might be reminiscent of a European physicist like Galileo, who looked like this. But the other 48 definitely do not. Rozado writes: … when...
Post By John Derbyshire on 02/24/2024
Earlier: MSM Bigfoots Krugman And Rampell Use Toilet Paper Fallacy To Mask Great Replacement Enthusiasm I’ve unmasked myself several times in my podcasts and bloggings as a math snob. The Canadian economist John Kenneth Galbraith once observed that “If one is born on a working farm, nothing thereafter ever seems like work.“  We math geeks have a similar blind spot: If you’ve once tackled math at th...
Article By Patrick Cleburne on 02/23/2024
Earlier, by Peter Brimelow: A Guilty Elite: Immigration Beyond Economics There has been a major outbreak of the Toilet Paper fallacy—the misconception that an increase in U.S. GDP caused by immigration is automatically a Good Thing for all Americans. As long ago as June 1992, in his National Review essay “Time To Rethink Immigration.” and again in his 1996 book Alien Nation, Peter Brimelow noted th...
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FEATURED

By Lydia Brimelow on 02/20/2024

Tucker Carlson's Interview With Lydia Brimelow On New York Attorney General Letitia James's Attack On VDARE.com

LYDIA BRIMELOW: Many thanks to Tucker Carlson!

Transcript

Tucker [00:00:00] Illegal immigration into the United States is at its highest levels ever. Tens of millions of people have come here illegally over the past 15 years, and none of them will ever leave. Mostly they come from the poorest countries on the planet. We don't know anything about them, really. We don't know if they're pro-America. We don't know if they're hostile to the people who already live here. We don't know, in the case of the recent arrivals, what they're going to do for a living as robotics eliminate low skilled jobs. So what's happening right now at the border that what's often mentioned on TV is really undersold as a story. This is changing America forever, and almost certainly for the worse as we're watching it. And no one is doing anything about it.

The governor of Texas occasionally makes noises about it

LATEST

Article By Charlottesville Survivor on 02/26/2024
Earlier, by Peter Brimelow: Trump’s Indictment—Like I Said, This Is A Communist Coup “Power can only be resisted by power—and tendency by tendency,” said John C. Calhoun in A Disquisition on Government. Clearly the best political thinker America ever produced, Calhoun has been driven out of public memory due to the “Racial Reckoning”—not least because Conservatism Inc. of course joins in with it [...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2024
As I’ve been pointing out since 2016, St. Louis has had a big traffic fatality problem due to, first, the Ferguson Effect.   From WPDE.com: Man accused of killing mother, daughter in crash after Drake show in Missouri out on bailby JESSICA A. BOTELHO | The National DeskMon, February 26th 2024 at 1:23 PM ST. LOUIS, Mo. (TND) — A 22-year-old man accused of speeding through a red light and killing...
Post By Patrick Cleburne on 02/26/2024
On February 13 CBS News surprised by firing Catherine Herridge, a very productive investigative reporter. Surprise turned to outrage when it materialized the network had seized her files, computers, and records, including information on privileged sources. Jonathan Turley commented in Bad Times at Black Rock: CBS Causes Uproar After Seizing the Notes of Investigative Reporter, Res ipsa loquitur, Fe...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/26/2024
From KC Johnson: Also, from Just Loki: [Comment at Unz.com]...
Article By Gregory Hood on 02/25/2024
James Fulford writes: There are two theories about why the Supreme Court is failing to enforce its decision about Affirmative Action. One is that they’re afraid of losing “legitimacy,“ i.e. power and respect. The other is that they may be actually afraid of violence, because the Biden Regime is refusing to enforce laws about demonstrating outside Justices’ homes. See THE FULFORD FILE: “‘Latin Ameri...
Post By John Derbyshire on 02/25/2024
Earlier: JOHN DERBYSHIRE: Amy Wax, A Heroine For Our Time, Vs. The ”Midwit Gynocrats” VDARE.com has closely followed the career of dissident law professor Amy Wax, who has been in trouble with her administrators at the University of Pennsylvania ever since, in August 2017, she co-wrote an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer arguing for bourgeois values. Professor Wax has tenure so U. Penn. can’t jus...
Article By John Derbyshire on 02/24/2024
[Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively on VDARE.com] I hope readers will forgive me for yet another long grumble about New York State, where I live. I believe there are some general deductions to be made—issues bigger than just the Empire State. I opened my January Diary with the plain declaration that  ”I love my country but I don’t much like my state.” I recycled that in l...
Post By Steve Sailer on 02/24/2024
Earlier, by Steve Sailer: Google’s Gemini AI: So Far, Artificial Stupidity Is Beating Artificial Intelligence Data scientist David Rozado presents his complete collection of Google Gemini 17th century physicists. He thinks the one in the lower right corner might be reminiscent of a European physicist like Galileo, who looked like this. But the other 48 definitely do not. Rozado writes: … when...
Post By John Derbyshire on 02/24/2024
Earlier: MSM Bigfoots Krugman And Rampell Use Toilet Paper Fallacy To Mask Great Replacement Enthusiasm I’ve unmasked myself several times in my podcasts and bloggings as a math snob. The Canadian economist John Kenneth Galbraith once observed that “If one is born on a working farm, nothing thereafter ever seems like work.“  We math geeks have a similar blind spot: If you’ve once tackled math at th...
Article By Patrick Cleburne on 02/23/2024
Earlier, by Peter Brimelow: A Guilty Elite: Immigration Beyond Economics There has been a major outbreak of the Toilet Paper fallacy—the misconception that an increase in U.S. GDP caused by immigration is automatically a Good Thing for all Americans. As long ago as June 1992, in his National Review essay “Time To Rethink Immigration.” and again in his 1996 book Alien Nation, Peter Brimelow noted th...
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