Daniel Greenfield posted The Last Days of Hillary at Doug's site. He examines the Hillary campaign and introduces some new info such as their organization and budget. I happen to be enjoying the Hillary debacle and I hope it continues until she is bankrupt and it is too late for the Clinton loyalists to join other campaigns. Here is the paragraph that I most appreciated:
Some are hoping that Hillary will go to jail. But the anger, frustration and bitterness that will gnaw on her after wasting decades and a small fortune on two failed efforts to win the White House in which she had every advantage only to lose before even leaving the starting gate will be worse than any prison.
Victor Davis Hanson asks, "What is it about illegal immigration that has finally turned off so many Americans?" in his PJ Media post, How Illegal Immigration Finally Turned Off the Public.
People finally tired of the postmodern notion that to stop endemic illegality we were supposed to change the language rather than the reality. Americans are not quite yet ready to be Soviet subjects who are to embrace Newspeak, and apparently resented the assumption that they were.
When Mexico deliberately has exported ten percent of its population and lectures the U.S. on their ensuing welfare, then the vocabulary of hypocrisy fails.
The truth is that the illegal-immigration lobby was its own worst enemy, its message couched in racism, illegality, untruth — and finally incoherence. People are tired of being called racists by racial chauvinists, of being dubbed insensitive by unfeeling opportunists, and of being called politically naive by political manipulators.
Thomas Collins explores the question, "What's So Scary About Donald Trump?"
For one, not everyone reacts the same way to the presence of a mainstream figure dog-whistling White nativism. Some people certainly will become complacent, content that someone else is saying what needs to be said so that they don't have to. But that hasn't been my reaction at all—to the contrary, I feel more comfortable than ever speaking my mind about demographic matters. There are, doubtless, others who feel the same.