Monthly Archives: December 2018

Why Open Borders Should be a Non-Issue for America

(Photo credit: Jonathan McIntosh, Wikimedia Commons) by Diane Rufino, December 22, 2018 On October 16, 2018, Francisco Gonzalez wrote an article, or more aptly, a book review, entitled “ Why Open Borders Are Bad for America’s Immigrants”; it was published … Continue reading

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The Boston Tea Party and Its Protest Against Government Power Concentrated in a Far-Distant Land

by Diane Rufino, December 20, 2018 Four days ago, a date came and went without much mention. Yet it was so significant. On December 16, 1773, some 30 to 130 protesters, mostly members of the Sons of Liberty, dressed up … Continue reading

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The Persistent Racist Accusations of the NC NAACP and Its Continued Attempts to Frustrate a Voter ID Law in North Carolina

(Photo source: Associated Press and the Virginian Pilot) by Diane Rufino, December 4, 2018 On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the “Voter ID” amendment) passed … Continue reading

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