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Notes From A Polite New Yorker: The Great Immigration Scam
The truth is an amnesty plan will be bad for everyone but the wealthiest among us.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Getting More Women Killed For "Progress"
I don't oppose putting women in combat because I believe women are incapable, I oppose sending women into combat because I believe in civilization.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Loving Our Guns with Common Sense
Pro and anti-gun forces agree: way too many of the wrong people have easy access to guns, and something must be done about that.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: The Other Side of the "Demographic Dilemma"
The demographic argument is the one that is the most one-sided and simplistic, and fails to look at the entire picture of racial politics.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: The Brooklyn Nets Deserve to Fail
Never was there a more perfect illustration of government corruption, crony capitalism, racial pandering and ugly architecture in these five boroughs.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: A Glitch in Time
Technology is a wonderful thing, but it has helped neuter us as a people.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Legalize Prostitution Already
Want to find the nearest hooker that's certified disease-free and fits your budget? There will be an app for that.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: The Call of the American Road
Sure, one can ride the rails and see a good bit of America that way, but a car gives you the power of self determination and destiny that Americans habitually crave.
Notes from a Polite New Yorker: Groupthink and Unfashionable Facts
The Trayvon Martin tragedy has sparked racial hysteria and groupthink typical of mainstream media.
Notes From a Polite New Yorker: Multiculturalism as 21st Century McCarthyism
If you refuse to listen to opposing points of view, you risk turning your head into a useless echo chamber.