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VDARE.com has repeatedly reported that American taxpayers, via subsidies to Non-Governmental Organizations, are financing their own Replacement by immigrants, both legal and illegal. As well, federal, state, and local governments spend billions on food stamps, housing assistance, direct cash payments, and race-based programs for healthcare among other items [Welfare Use by Immigrants and the U.S.-Born, by Steven A. Camarota and Karen Zeigler, Center for Immigration Studies, December 19, 2023]. But that isn’t all. Add in hundreds of billions more from Alejandro Mayorkas’ Department of Homeland Security, which is also helping finance the invasion at the southwest border.

For fiscal 2024, the DHS budget is $103.2 billion [FY 2024 Budget in Brief, DHS.gov]. Since he took office in 2021, Biden has increased the DHS budget more than $7 billion. But Americans have only become less safe, as the murder of nursing student Laken Riley rather proves.

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You won’t see this data breakdown in the New York Times or the New York Post.

It should be noted in 2023 New York City, blacks represent 24.3 percent of population, Hispanics 29.1 percent, and Asians 14.1 percent. Whites are 32.1 percent of the city’s population.

For those homicide suspects arrested, 96.5 percent were black, Hispanic, or Asian in New York City for 2023. These statistics come courtesy of the 2023 Crime and Enforcement Activity in New York City:

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A former business partner of Hunter Biden testified before lawmakers on Wednesday that President Joe Biden’s brother lied to Congressional investigators about the extent of the president’s involvement in his foreign business dealings.

According to Tony Bobulinksi, a former Naval officer who was involved in James and Hunter’s venture with Chinese government-linked CEFC China Energy, “Jim Biden … lied extensively throughout his transcribed interview on February 21, and perjured himself.”

The focus issue is a May 2, 2017 meeting between Biden, Hunter, James and Bobulinski at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. While James testified before the House Oversight Committee that Biden was at the hotel for a speaking engagement and was not part of the meeting, investigators questioned him about a message Bobulinski sent to him after the meeting in question, suggesting he met with Biden.

“Great to meet you and spend some time together. Please thank Joe for his time. It was great to talk. [Thanks], Tony B,” the message read.

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Will Society Collapse? Civilization seems to be lurching.  A study suggests that there is a possibility that society will collapse in 2040. In this blog post, let’s explore why society might collapse and how we can prevent it.

We’ve all seen the movies where society collapses, and it’s every man for himself. The reality is that most people won’t know how to survive when this happens. Many things have been happening in the world lately. In light of all this, it’s vital to start thinking about surviving the collapse of society.

Many believe that it’s only a matter of time before something big happens. That could leave us without power or essential services for an extended time.

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In a disconcerting incident in Flushing, Queens, homeowner Adele Andaloro was arrested and handcuffed at her million-dollar property, following a confrontation with unauthorized occupants.

The incident was recorded by ABC7 NY.

The dispute initiated when Andaloro inherited the property after her parents' demise. As she was preparing to sell the house, she was taken aback to find the locks changed and unknown individuals residing within.

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Comedian and TV host Howie Mandel praised comedians who are pure to their artform and said that because of comedians who have refused to censor themselves, the pendulum is swinging away from woke audiences.

Mandel appeared on the "Stand-Up World Podcast" and started by reminiscing about the days when comedy fans could go to a club and see comedians who "seem to be breaking the rules."

Comedians were "talking about things you didn't hear people talk about publicly," unlike what you might see on the "Tonight Show" or any other mainstream comedy format.

The former "Deal or No Deal" host then described when he thought audiences started taking offense with politically correct points of view.

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A devastated mother has claimed her 16-year-old daughter died after being badly beaten by bullies at her California high school. 

Shaylee Mejia, 16, collapsed just days after she was attacked inside a bathroom at Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles.

Video of the incident on March 5 shows the teenage girl having her hair dragged and hitting her head against a stall before she fell down. Numerous punches are exchanged by the girls involved in the fighting throughout the brawl. 

Mejia's mother, Maria Juarez, said her daughter complained about headaches for several days but continued to attend school before she went to a party the following Saturday night, according to KTLA.

Mejia suffered a hemorrhage due to brain injuries and collapsed while at the party. She was rushed to hospital but never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead on March 15. 

'Everybody knows about my daughter hitting her head, the teachers too,' Juarez said. 'Everybody knows.' 

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Protesters beating drums and clanging cow bells stood outside President Joe Biden’s hotel in Dallas on Thursday morning, calling for a ceasefire in the Middle East.

‘If we don’t get justice, you don’t get no sleep,’ the crowd of about 20 people shouted repeatedly.

They gathered outside the Fairmont Hotel around 6 am. Biden, who is not a morning person, usually wakes up around 7 am.

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A Chicago resident, who identifies as a Biden voter, expressed her frustration over the ongoing migrant crisis during a recent episode of the TOBT Show.

She criticized the government's handling of the situation, arguing that it is financially straining the citizens of Chicago.

"We, the taxpayers, have already shelled out $32 million from our taxes to provide housing and care for the migrants," she stated. "The fact is, only those who arrived here after August are eligible for asylum. Yet, we are expected to support them for five to seven years while their paperwork is being processed. Why not send them back? Venezuela has already refused to take them back."

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Leprosy is on the rise again in the United States, particularly in Florida, concerning disease specialists. According to the World Health Organization, about 200,000 cases of the disease occur every year in 120 countries worldwide and are often associated with contact with armadillos.

The U.S. is experiencing cases creep upwards, with the number of infections across the country more than doubling over the past decade, both in people exposed to armadillos and those who aren’t.

According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last year, there were 159 new cases of leprosy in the U.S. in 2020, around a fifth of which were in Florida. Of the Florida cases, 81 percent were found in central Florida. Cases in the southeastern states have nearly doubled over the last decade, according to the report.

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Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) believes that Democrats’ true intention shone through in their united stance against his amendment that sought to leave illegal aliens out of the U.S. Census counting for the apportionment of Electoral College votes and U.S. House Seats. According to him, those on the left use illegals to keep their voting power “disproportionately” higher than Republican voters.

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The NATO member states are preparing to put their economies ‘on a military track,’ Latvian Foreign Minister Krisjanis Karins told Deutsche Welle (DW, designated a foreign agent media outlet in Russia).

"[The alliance] is moving in that direction," the top diplomat said when asked if NATO was moving toward a war economy. He added that since the beginning of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, NATO countries have significantly increased their investments in the defense sector.

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Moscow and Beijing will continue to stand "back to back," supporting each other, Chinese Ambassador to Russia Zhang Hanhui told TASS in an interview.

"On Monday, [Chinese President] Xi Jinping congratulated [Russian President Vladimir] Putin on re-election to the post of the president of Russia. This reflects solid friendship and mutual political trust between the two leaders. The countries firmly support each other on issues that affect their key national interests, while back-to-back strategic cooperation is becoming stronger and stronger," the Chinese envoy said.

He emphasized that under the strategic guidance of Xi Jinping and Vladmir Putin, the Russian-Chinese relations of comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation have now "entered the most favorable period in the entire history."

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Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has called for New York Attorney General Letitia James to be disbarred.

On X (Twitter) on Thursday, the Donald Trump surrogate slammed the Democrat for imposing excessive fines on the 45th president in an attempt to bankrupt him.

“The Letitia James crusade against Donald Trump is disgusting and is a threat to every American,” he stated.

He said that it’s un-American to dictate hundreds of millions be paid in fines in order to receive an appeal. The entrepreneur called for the Supreme Court to step in.

“This is an opportunity for the Supreme Court to step in and say no, we’re not going to stand for this kind of lawfare, whether it’s against Donald Trump or a Democrat, it’s wrong,” Ramaswamy said. “We don’t want to empower prosecutors to use bond and bail, or bonds as a way of achieving a goal that they couldn’t achieve through the front door, which is bankrupting an opponent, even stopping them being able to appeal those decisions.”

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Strasbourg, like the other major metro areas in France, is home to a significant, rapidly growing minority of citizens and non-citizens who do not respect the cultural values that France (and the greater West) once stood for.

Walking the streets here, you are just as likely to hear Arabic as you are to hear French. While that’s not necessarily a problem on its own merits, it serves as an avenue of inquiry that reveals the issue at hand.

In the not so distant past, French leaders had a fiercely assimilationist attitude toward immigration. This was especially true for the first big waves of Muslims from former French colonies. The most recent wave of migrants from the Arab world couldn’t care less about French society, and they openly state as much.

According to a 2020 poll by the Institut français d'opinion publique, almost half of French Muslims said their religion supersedes the laws and values of France. And among Muslims under 25, three quarters(!) agreed with the sentiment.

Given the continually declining birthrate among French women, it’s possible that within only thirty to forty years, France will become a majority Muslim country.

But despite this stats-based reality (and the Muslim community declaring that they have no intention on continuing French traditions and values), French and European politicians across the Davos Man-captured modern political spectrum are quick to dismiss any discussion of this issue as nonsensical and/or racist.

Of course, this is not just a French issue, it is a whole of Western Europe issue. For a society to flourish (both from an economic and a cultural perspective), the population replacement rate should be comfortably over 2.1 children per woman. As you can see in the graphic below, women in Europe are not having nearly enough children. The same is true in America, where the fertility rate in 2023 was 1.78 births per woman.

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Chicken giant Tyson Foods is back in the news for all the wrong reasons after Garrett Dolan, associate director of Tyson's human resources department, stated that the company's desire is to employ 42,000 migrants "if we could find them."

Dolan told Bloomberg that Tyson is joining the nonprofit group Tent Partnership for Refugees, which was founded by Chobani yogurt magnate Hamdi Ulukaya. The group's efforts involve hiring some of the 181,400 migrants that have come through New York City's intake system over the past two years to work at food companies throughout the United States.

Tent Partnership for Refugees is currently led by an Obama-era White House staffer named Gideon Maltz, by the way.

After news of Dolan's statements went viral, Tyson Foods tried to play cleanup by issuing a statement that the company is "strongly opposed to illegal immigration," adding that it supposedly "led the way in participating in the two major government programs to help employers combat unlawful employments, E-Verify and the Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers (IMAGE) program."

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Authored by Brad Jones via The Epoch Times 

Newly-released documents reveal an alleged alliance between Planned Parenthood and the University of California–San Diego to profit from the “harvesting and sale” of aborted human fetuses for research patents.

This new evidence shows Planned Parenthood sells late-term aborted baby body parts in violation of federal law, for far more money than has ever been discussed before,” said David Daleiden, founder and president of California-based Center for Medical Progress, which filed the public records request, in a statement earlier this month. “Planned Parenthood’s national headquarters knew about and approved these sales of aborted babies for valuable consideration as part of government-funded research grants.”

The documents show Planned Parenthood transferring aborted fetal body parts to the University of California–San Diego (UCSD) explicitly for “valuable consideration” in exchange for ownership of the university’s patents and intellectual property developed experimenting with them.

Details of the alleged deal are spelled out in a redacted “Biological Materials Transfer Agreement” that grants UCSD “access” to “fetal and placental tissue,” that are the “proprietary materials” of Planned Parenthood San Diego. In return, the deal allows the nonprofit rights to “patents” and “intellectual property” developed through experiments with the “material.”

The contract, signed in 2009, was updated to reflect the nonprofit’s name change to “Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest” in 2014, with the parties specifying the terms and conditions of the original contract remained in full force and effect.

UCSD emails from 2017 refer to the contract while updating an additional contract for clinical personnel, and in emails from late 2020, the university seeks to be “especially careful” about “any rights” providers of fetal tissue “retain” in the “material.”

Despite federal laws prohibiting the exchange of aborted human fetal tissue for “valuable consideration,” the university used the fetal tissue for research leading to patents, according to Mr. Daleiden’s statement.

Claire's Observations: (Sigh): So tell me, Ethics Board of UCSD; was there utterly no other way to get to these patents as quickly as the school did,other than  by using aborted fetal tissue?!?  Or did you really need to put your contempt for the creation of human life right out there, front and center?!?  


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State Farm plans to not renew roughly 72,000 property and commercial apartment policies in California starting this summer, the company announced Wednesday.

About 30,000 of the affected policies will be for homeowner, rental, residential community association and business owner insurance. The other approximately 42,000 will be for commercial apartment policies.

That will make up a little more than 2% of the company’s footprint in the state, the announcement said. It was California’s largest property insurer in 2022 — the most recent data available — according to the Department of Insurance.

The decision follows the company’s announcement in May that it would stop accepting new applications for property and business policies. At the time, State Farm cited higher construction costs, a growing risk from catastrophic events, such as wildfires, and challenges related to how it insures its own business.

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Kyle Rittenhouse has survived yet another mobbing by rabid leftists, this time in America's most dangerous city: Democrat-run Memphis.

The 21-year-old Second Amendment advocate spoke Wednesday at an event hosted by the University of Memphis student chapter of Turning Point USA. An event listing indicated that Rittenhouse was planning to "share his side of the story that caught the media's eye in 2020."

Rittenhouse has long been vilified over his fateful 2020 encounter with leftist guerillas in the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Aug. 25, 2020.

Rittenhouse, then 17 years old, shot three radicals in self-defense during a BLM riot, sending two of his attackers — a domestic abuser with multiple convictions and a convicted, violent child molester — to the morgue and disarming a third who had advanced on him with a loaded weapon.

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The state of California continues to tally votes from its primary elections held over a fortnight ago, with numerous races still awaiting the verification of tens of thousands of ballots.

As reported by CNN, the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries are among the most significant of these races, with an estimated 95 and 93 percent of votes counted respectively at the time of writing.

Other races, such as the House District 20 Special Primary, have only 81 percent of the vote in, indicating that tens of thousands of ballots remain uncounted. While election officials in California may argue that these races have already been decided, the failure to complete the process in a timely manner could be a harbinger of future complications.

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A former Delta Air Lines pilot, Lawrence Russell, has been handed a 10-month prison sentence in Scotland after admitting to reporting for duty while under the influence of alcohol.

The incident occurred ahead of a flight he was scheduled to command from Edinburgh to New York City in 2023.

Sheriff Alison Stirling informed the court on Tuesday that Russell, 63, had arrived at the airport with a bag that raised security concerns. "The bag was found to contain two bottles of Jägermeister, one of which was open and was just under half full," she said, as reported by the Judiciary of Scotland.

Webmaster addition: I recall when I went to flight school, the rule was "24 hours from bottle to throttle!"

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"Everyone in the world needs to see this," Edward Snowden commented on X. "Note that this footage permits no room for 'it was a mistake,' showing repeated, specifically-targeted strikes on the unarmed and even wounded. The sort of behavior the ICJ explicitly forbid in the genocide ruling against Israel."

"You need to understand that the technical capability behind such killings is becoming increasingly easy to achieve—and increasingly automated. Soon enough, an official will drag their finger across a map, and anyone judged by a crude algorithm to have crossed that line will die," he added.

"Yes, this is an outrageous crime. But if not for this video, no one would have even known that it happened. This is a glimpse of this world's future. Even if you care nothing for Israel-Palestine, take a moment to care for your own tomorrow. This is not okay."

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"Today down in El Paso I witnessed one of the wildest scenes I've ever seen in my time covering the border," videographer James Breeden reported on X. "National Guard troops were attempting to 'push back' male migrants hoping to be admitted into the U.S. when the crowd grew impatient and surged forward, tearing down razor wire and fences and overwhelming the Texas soldiers standing guard."

The NY Post says a source told them the group was eventually pushed back to Mexico (as opposed to processed and distributed throughout the US as is the norm). 

"On Tuesday, the state began to prepare to implement SB4, a new law to allow state and local authorities to make arrests for illegal entry, but an appeals court blocked the measure after the Supreme Court said it would allow the law to go into effect," the NY Post noted. 

In addition to collecting large amounts of welfare, free housing, free healthcare and citizenship for anchor babies, illegal aliens are now being encouraged to flood into the US to steal Americans' homes under progressive squatting rights laws.

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President Trump’s legal team fought back as Letitia James took the initial step to seize Trump’s assets on Thursday after his attorney said he was unable to secure a bond to appeal the massive judgment in the NYC fraud case.

Letitia James filed judgments in Westchester County where Trump’s private estate and golf course is located.

President Trump has four days to either pay the judgment or convince the appellate court to allow him to defer the payment pending appeal.

Trump’s legal team has filed an appeal and requested a stay on the massive $464 million judgment.

On Thursday Trump’s attorneys sent a letter to the Appellate Division of New York’s Supreme Court and asserted Letitia James’ actions are “unconstitutional.”

“It would be completely illogical — and the definition of an unconstitutional Excessive Fine and a Taking — to require Defendants to sell properties at all, and especially in a ‘fire sale,’ in order to be able to appeal the lawless Supreme Court judgment, as that would cause harm that cannot be repaired once the Defendants do win, as is overwhelmingly likely, on appeal,” Trump’s attorney Cliff Robert wrote.

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While the Ukraine conflict rages on and rumors run rampant about France potentially deploying up to 2,000 troops to Ukraine, according to Russian intelligence, the US Army yesterday issued a “Utilization of the Army Retiree Recall Program.”

On March 20th, the US Army Publishing Directorate published ALARACT 017/2024.  The title of the form is “Utilization of the Army Retiree Recall Program” and it cites Executive Order 13223 under “References”.  Executive Order 13223 is a Bush-era EO from September 14, 2001 titled “Ordering the Ready Reserve of the Armed Forces to Active Duty and Delegating Certain Authorities to the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Transportation.”

The 18-page PDF for the ALARACT, which stands for “All Army Activities”, contains a slide titled “Directorate of Military Personnel Management.”  Under the first slide, it states:


“What is a Retiree Recall?  -A recalled retiree is a retired Soldier who is ordered to active duty from the Retired Reserve or the retired list under 10 USC 688/688a, 12301(a), or 12301(d) and serves in his or her retired status.  Retiree Recall is not an extension of your MRD.

Who can approve a Retiree Recall?  -The Assistant Secretary of the Army (ASA) of Manpower and Reserve Affairs (M&RA) is the authorized approver to recall retired Soldiers.”

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When veteran pollster Scott Rasmussen surveyed a group of Americans he calls the elite 1% earlier this year, he discovered a startling number who say it’s OK to win an election by cheating.

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While at this point pretending that one can somehow stop or deflect the civilization-ending meteor that is the US debt load, rising by $30 billion every day on its way to a terminal reserve currency crisis, is at best rearranging the deck chairs on the titanic, Wednesday the largest caucus of House Republicans called for an increase in the Social Security retirement age up a clash with President Joe Biden over spending on popular entitlement programs.

According to Bloomberg, the Republican Study Committee, which comprises about 80% of House Republicans, called for the Social Security eligibility age to be tied to life expectancy in its fiscal 2025 budget proposal. As a reminder, the social security pension system was created in 1935 when the average life expectancy was 61 for white males and 65 for white females, about 20 years below where it is today. The proposal also suggests reducing benefits for top earners who aren’t near retirement, including a phase-out of auxiliary benefits for the highest earners.

The proposal sets the stage for an election-year fight with Biden, who accused Republicans of going after popular socialist entitlement programs during his State of the Union address.

“If anyone here tries to cut Social Security, Medicare, or raise the retirement age, I will stop you,” Biden said in his March 7 address to Congress. Spoiler alert: he won't.

Webmaster addition: Recall it was then Senator Joe Biden who supported taxing Social Security benefits, even though it was the peoples' money!

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