The 1-0 was watching as the 155mm rounds exploded around the
hill where his team was pinned down. The artillery unit known as Red Leg was
firing at maximum range making the accuracy of the big guns somewhat questionable.
The detonating high explosive shells slowed the enemy soldiers
advancing up the side of the hill toward his trapped recon team, but had little
effect in stopping them. 1-0 stopped, listened, and searched the sky. He heard
the distinctive beating of rotor blades. Almost instantly, he saw a string of
three UH-1 Huey helicopters coming in at max speed just under 120 knots 1,000
feet above the jungle canopy. There were two slicks and an escort gunship. The
unarmed UH-1 helicopters were called slicks because they were used mainly to
carry troops, cargo, or supplies. The escort gunship in this case was the same
type of helicopter, but armed with 7.62 M-60 machine guns and rocket pods
attached to both sides of the ship’s airframe. 1-0
immediately shouted into his radio, “Red Leg, check fire! Check fire! We have
friendly birds inbound. Over.” Red Leg responded, “Roger, checking fire,
standing by, over.”
The slicks had just finished a milk run near the border,
ferrying cargo and mail to outposts, when they heard the radio traffic about a
pinned down recon team. 1-0 watched from his observation point and knew that
the two slick pilots would be pulling pitch, allowing the helicopters to
descend, and trying to touch down for a rescue attempt of the trapped team. He
watched as the gunship Eagle Three continued its run picking up altitude before
turning and laying down a stream of deadly rocket and M-60 machine gun fire
while the other two UH-1s would attempt to land and pick up his pinned down
As the two helicopters descended flaring in an attempt to land, green enemy tracers from small arms and automatic weapons began tracking their downward descent. Small arms fire was also coming from the unseen enemy under the jungle canopy in addition to those advancing up the side of the hill. One of the slick pilots keyed his microphone and called the gunship, “Eagle Three, this is Eagle One. Landing zone is too hot. Receiving heavy fire; will try approaching from the leeward side of the hill. Can you keep them pinned down, over?” Eagle Three responded almost instantaneously, “Roger that, I’m swinging around now to start a gun run. Over.” The pilot of Eagle Three peered down and quipped in a southern drawl over his radio, “It looks like somebody done stirred a stick in a hornets’ nest down there.”
The upside of the hill was speckled with enemy troops
converging on the small perimeter where the five recon team members lay in a
wide semicircle behind fallen trees and rocks firing at the approaching enemy.
The gunship had climbed to 1500 feet and, as the pilot banked hard left, fired
salvos of 2.75” rockets
into the hillside. Simultaneously, Door Gunner began firing his door-mounted
M-60 machine gun. Door Gunner’s gun was a belt-fed, gas operated weapon that
fired a 7.62mm cartridge making it one of the deadliest light machine guns in
Door Gunner softly mumbled to himself,
“Come on, pig, root them out.” Pig was a pet name that he had given his gun for
the way it chewed up its targets. As the
linked ammunition belt fed the 7.62 armor-piercing rounds into the chamber, the
bolt of the M-60 moved back and forth faster than the eye could follow. The
firing pin centered in the bolt face hit the cartridge primer causing the
powder inside to ignite. The expanding gases forced the rounds through the 22-inch
long barrel at 2,800 feet per second. As each round fired, expanding gases were
forced into a gas port that caused a piston to push the bolt rearward. On each
cycle of the bolt the extractor caught the rim of the spent brass cartridge
ejecting it to the side and rear while the cartridge link dropped away.
The metal links from the disintegrating ammunition belt
clattered and tinkled as they fell from the gun. Each round was taken from the
linked ammunition belt and fed into the chamber by the reciprocating bolt. The
empty brass casings flew in a continuous, graceful arc as the bolt moved
rearward to grab another round. His gun smoked as it cycled 650 rounds a minute
into its chamber, never missing a beat. Door
Gunner’s face showed a grim smile as he listened to the casings rhythmically bouncing,
“ting, ting, ting,” off the skids and falling into space. It made him feel good as some of the empty
casings hit his fatigues’ trouser leg. The empty casings hitting his legs briefly
reminded him of wind chimes on a windy day. After a short bit of daydreaming,
Door Gunner refocused and concentrated on where to aim his gun as he watched
the red tracer rounds hit their targets on the ground.
Door Gunner wore a restraining harness that allowed him to
place his feet on the skids of the helicopter and lean out as he fired. While
this gave him a good view of any target on the ground, it also exposed him as a
prime target for ground fire. Enemy soldiers on the ground looking up at the
helicopter could see Door Gunner leaning out of the helicopter and firing rounds
down on them. Instinctively they returned fire, aiming at the helicopter where
it was instead of where it would be by the time their rounds arrived. Door Gunner watched the chaos and fired his
M-60 machine gun as green tracers from the ground curved well behind his
helicopter. The harness that held Door Gunner in the helicopter fit like a
vest. It was held together in front with a quick release metal fastener. The
round aluminum fastener could be rotated a quarter turn and hit sharply with
the palm of the hand to release Door Gunner from the harness.
Door Gunner had designed the vest from a parachute harness,
the kind that the paratroopers used. He had removed the parachute and its
deployment bag. In the center back of the harness Door Gunner had sewn a two-inch
wide, four-foot long, adjustable nylon strap. The end of the strap was attached
to a locking snap link which was hooked and locked to an anchor point on the
inside airframe of the helicopter. Door Gunner’s converted harness prevented
him from falling from the helicopter as he leaned out of the door, seeking out
and firing at targets on the ground.
We are a country of
immigrants. Have you heard that? A decent political meme maybe, but is it true?
Not quite. We are a nation of citizens who bought into a
Constitutional Republic, the foundation of Judeo-Christian values, and the
exceptional concept of individual liberty.
Many survived perilous journeys across the Atlantic only to
perish during the first year of the Jamestown and Plymouth settlements of the early
1600s. These early settlers were
primarily Protestant Christians. In the
case of the Plymouth settlement, they were separatists fleeing to Holland to escape
persecution from the Church of England.
Later making their way to North America. The Pilgrims never called
themselves Pilgrims. It was a name used
in various writings making, in some cases, biblical references to pilgrims. The Plymouth “Pilgrims” are often confused
with Puritans that settled the Massachusetts Bay Colony about 30 years
later. The Puritans were theocratic and their
laws quite rigid. They gave us the Salem
It would be incorrect to call these early North American settlers Americans in the same sense as today. What is undeniable is that these early settlers arrived here with a strong Christian value system, the work ethic necessary to survive and eventually prosper, and the American spirit of freedom. Although a hundred years before our founding, this was the beginnings of the greatest adventure of humankind. Determined, hardworking people set the foundation for the world’s only exceptional nation.
I’d wager this is not the historical summary one likely hears
today. Instead, we hear about European
invaders killing Native Indians, stealing their land, and spreading disease. We hear about how awful these colonizers
were. We do not hear about the indigenous
often-brutal intertribal warfare that existed for centuries before the arrival
of European settlers.
These were people of their time. They lived within cultural norms of their era. Throughout recorded history, cultural norms
apply to all societies. Who are we? We are people of our time. Our problem is we’ve deliberately changed
cultural norms to the point one can’t be sure these days if there is such a
thing. We insist on group identities
each with its own accepted behaviors. Some
of these groups are not happy to be left alone to live their lives, that, by
the way, is a historic American cultural norm.
Instead, some want to force others to accept and embrace their lifestyles
– impose their beliefs onto others, most certainly not a historic American
cultural norm. That’s closer to fascism.
Not only have we changed the norms for our own time, but we try to apply our behavioral norms to cultures centuries past. Worse than that, certain ones of us attempt to measure the worth of our nation based on centuries old cultures of the original settlers and founders. I believe that’s born of abject ignorance of our history and a lack of understanding of human nature. Or as American Journal contributor Dee Armstrong suggested: maybe it’s old fashioned stupidity – choosing to remain ignorant. That it appears is also a new American norm.
It begs the question doesn’t it? Who are we, as a collection of supposedly
logical and educated people, that we can be led down a pathway of passing judgement
on centuries old culture using today’s political correctness silliness and our fundamentally
transformed cultural norms? And then use
that flawed judgment to measure our own self-loathing worthiness?
There are some universal truths. We cannot change the past. We cannot predict the future. We can get it right today. When will we stop applying today’s political
correctness and social justice attitudes to people who lived and died in
completely different eras? What is the
purpose of vilification and destruction of our past? A nation without a past is a nation with an
uncertain, if any, future.
There is a concerted effort, it seems, to take down America’s
iconic historical figures. An effort to
eradicate history or at least the portions of it that do not meet the ever-fluctuating
standards of the new American normal. Can
we not be satisfied with getting it right today? Or, is it more important to some that we take
down the foundations of our country from our Judeo-Christian value system to
our founding? When you’ve convinced
generations that we are a historically bad nation then it’s an easy sale to
convince them we remain a bad nation today, therefore, we must be fundamentally transformed.
We use history to ensure we do not repeat the mistakes of the past thus ensuring a better future. Removing, demonizing, and hiding the past divides and destroys the future. Read Truth in Sarcasm for a view of the fallacies of our time. Our heritage is our heritage. We do not have to like it. We must learn from it and not use it as a bludgeon against those we dislike.
I have no idea how long ago it began,
but the famous mantra for people wanting to start a business, “Find a Need and
Meet it,” was taken to a whole new level.
Somebody realized that there was a
market for people who wanted to wear clothes that had holes and/or tears in
them. People now own and proudly wear
pairs of jeans and other garments that are frayed, torn and in my mind –
missing material…just like the jeans and pants torn up by youth playing
sandlot baseball or football in the world that preceded the Xbox and the
PlayStation (which destroyed outdoor playing for youth throughout much of the
current world). This to me, is utterly
amazing. That’s because it is utterly
amazing to me that people will spend significant amounts of money to purchase
clothes that look like the tailor may have fallen asleep at the sewing machine
wheel, or accidentally (in a slightly strategic manner) hacked the clothes with
scissors and then sent the damaged apparel on to the distribution phase of the
business. Utterly amazing.
To say the least in my opinion, the
clothes of this new style, simply look damaged.
My beautiful wife of 27 years now owns a pair of these missing material jeans,
which she states are called “Distressed Jeans.”
Why would jeans be distressed?
When I think of the word “distressed,” I think of someone or something
being in trouble. When I imagine “jeans”
and “distressed” together, I see an image of a pair of jeans tied to a railroad
track, waiting for Dudley Do Right to come and rescue them from being run over
by a train as he so faithfully did for Nell (depending on who you are, you may
have to Google Dudley to understand the imagery). Furthermore, if the jeans are “distressed,”
is it also possible they can be depressed?
Need healthcare? Medications
I recently enjoyed a hilarious moment while
attending one of the “Happy Hour” activities at my Mom’s Nursing Facility. A comedian wearing “distressed” jeans was
doing his abysmal best to try to make the residents laugh via his comedy
routine. The funniest part the routine
(unplanned or expected by him I’m sure) was when an elderly woman resident
rolled her wheelchair close to where he was performing, appraised his attire
and loudly proclaimed, “You are raggedy!”
It wasn’t just his comedic monologue that was missing material!
I’m now considering starting my own
clothing and apparel company, which I will call it a variation of this
writing’s title: “Missing Key Material.”
I plan to be little revolutionary in my approach to the business – like
make suit and sports jackets with one sleeve only, or designer shoes without
the tongues, and significantly ventilated underwear. I’ll also have a great sales slogan – “Our
unique brand of clothing is fashioned and inspired by the stories reported by
most contemporary News Outlets today – “Missing Key Material”…a social
phenomenon today that I also find utterly amazing.
The Mueller investigation cost taxpayers around $30 million. More that half of it going into the pockets of his 17 Lawyers. It took Mueller’s school of sharks and legion of FBI investigators 2 years to tell everyone with properly functioning brain cells what we and Mueller already knew. There was no Russian collusion, zero, zip, nada. We also learned the Mueller crew must’ve flunked the basic precepts of the American legal system. Especially the small part about the presumption of innocence. Part two of the collusion fable, built on a fictional storyline concocted by a washed-up British spy, declared we can’t prove you were guilty of obstruction but we also cannot prove you are innocent of it. And just for the record, when did you stop beating your wife?
Supreme Court in Coffin v. United States, 156 U.S. 432 (1895). “The principle that there is a presumption of innocence in favor of the accused is the undoubted law, axiomatic and elementary, and its enforcement lies at the foundation of the administration of our criminal law.”
I had a job once.
That sounded so nice, I should’ve just left it there. Legal decisions I made were evidence
driven. In one instance, I needed
evidence placing someone in a certain place during a specified time frame. No record of such evidence existed nor could
the claimant provide any, not even a hint, so the unfavorable decision the evidence
required I make reflected that. Sometime
down the twisting trail through the familiar Washington menagerie, a highly
educated lawyer/judge reversed my decision because, the judge declared, I could
not prove the person wasn’t at the certain place during the specified time
frame. I do not know if this lawyer grew
up to be on the Mueller team, but it’s certainly a possibility worth
Legal decisions require a burden of proof. In Mueller’s case, the burden of proving (not
disproving) the President obstructed justice belonged to him. Anything following the we can’t prove it
statement is just political bull. Nothing
but fodder for the Democrat house and the progressive media. In my case, a person made a claim against the
government. The government is required
to search all available records to assist the claimant. When the government’s search turns up no supporting
evidence, the burden of proof falls to the claimant. Just like Mueller, the judge required proof of
a negative. An impossibility. This is how political activists, ideologues, and
people trying to cover their own behinds upend a free republic’s most basic law
If you believe in the rule of law and our free republic, I don’t
know how you can support what’s happening or happened in the Department of
Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Central Intelligence Agency,
and the United States Congress.
Voluminous evidence documents a political coup beginning with the Clinton
campaign financing the fake dossier and spying on the Trump campaign. It continues right up to this very moment,
relying now on innuendo contained in Mueller’s dossier. Congress is not
satisfied with Mueller and much less with Attorney General Barr. They now want to go after the Trump industry,
the Trump family and every aspect of the lives of the First Family. A Trump witch hunt. If you support this, do not claim to me that
you’re American. If your blind hatred of
a man, simply because he defeated an unindicted felon, leads you to unstable
decisions like attacking someone because they wear a ball cap you don’t like, you
have a mental health issue. You need
help. You need to address that along
with ensuring your brain is in gear before your mouth goes into operation. If you work in the media, please consider truth
and objectivity and address facts not tempered by your thoughts or
feelings. You are destroying one of our
most cherished freedoms – a free press.
Because you are not free, you are chained to a political party and
ideology both of which blind you to the truth.
If you keep demanding that we save our democracy, you are showing your
ignorance. We are a Constitutional Republic,
governed by law not mob rule.
Maybe I am just growing tired. Tired of stupidity. Tired of being labeled by those who project their biases onto others and me. Tired of media blackouts on conduct of real criminals, worldwide attacks on Christians, and the invasion at our Southern Border. The media was correctly named an enemy of the state. The enemy of freedom. Suicidal.
That a district judge would overrule the president of the United States on a matter of border security in wartime is absurd. Pat Buchanan
It takes more than just walking
across the border to become an American citizen. It’s what’s in our souls.
Duncan D. Hunter
If we’re so cruel to minorities, why
do they keep coming here? Why aren’t they sneaking across the Mexican border to
make their way to the Taliban? Ann Coulter
Liberals (Democratic communists) are increasingly in favor of open
borders to anyone who wants to enter the United States and national sovereignty
be damned. But not that long ago they
all wanted border security.
Illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple. He was all for spending $25
billion to secure the southern border until January of 2018.
Hillary 2015: I
voted numerous times when I was a senator to spend money to build a barrier to
try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in.
Obama 2005: We
simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected,
Bill Clinton 1996: His State of the Union address that year showed a striking comparison to what President Trump has said about the subject. We are a nation of laws.
Dianne Feinstein 2006: Democrats
are solidly behind controlling the border, and we support the border fence with
the Secure Fence Act of 2006.
Nancy Pelosi 2013: House Minority
Leader Nancy Pelosi referred to border security as a “basic principle,”
and urged congress to support legislation that she claimed
would secure the U.S. border.
So, what changed? President Trump tried to wheel and deal with
Schumer and Pelosi regarding funds for the wall, even offering Deferred Action
for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) amnesty.
Americans didn’t want it, but neither Pelosi nor Schumer would accept it
despite their previous claims. The Democratic socialist hatred for our
President supersedes protection for American citizens from illegal alien
criminals, Mexican gangs, drug lords and yes Islamic terrorists.
Open Borders and Terrorists
Ranchers and farmers are finding prayer rugs along the United States-Mexico border – evidence corroborating President Donald Trump’s assertion that migrants from Islamic terrorist hotbed nations in the Middle East are breaking into the country.
(Photo courtesy of Chris Burgard)
Texas rancher Dr. Mike Vickers found an Urdu-to-English (official language of Pakistan) dictionary dropped under the cattle fencing on his 1,000-acre ranch north of the U.S.-Mexico border.
While local ranchers have to
contend with torn-up fences, broken water lines, contaminated wells and robbery
on a daily basis from illegal immigrants streaming through, a Texas Border
Patrol agent said there is “no doubt” that among the hordes of
Central Americans are also crossers from Pakistan and Afghanistan, raising
significant national security concerns.
Other than Mexicans (OTMs) cross
our southern border every day and never turn themselves in to Border Patrol
like the family units or children.
Dr. Vickers’ wife, Linda, said the
southern border ranchers have been dealing with illegals for years and no one
seemed to care until our government started shipping illegal aliens all over
the country. Once that happened, it
wasn’t just the ranchers’ problem; it became the nation’s problem.
The southern border is 1,933 miles long, and it crosses through arid deserts, rugged mountains, and winding rivers, many areas of which are unprotected by border security, and easily crossed border obstructions.
Hezbollah and Latin America
Hezbollah and Latin American drug cartels have been well known for two
decades. In recent years, border security officials
in southwest states have seen an alarming rise in
Hezbollah insignia tattoos among imprisoned drug cartel operatives
suggesting a very strong relationship amongst rank and file these
days, let alone at the command level.
Over the years pro-Iranian websites
have proliferated across Latin America. Latin American
politicians, notably Venezuela’s Maduro, have been in bed with the Islamic
Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC)/Hezbollah operatives for years.
The terror threat from the south is
not so much from illegal Latin American immigrants per se, but from Shiite
Lebanese Hezbollah working with Iranian IRGC. Of course, Hezbollah
can recruit South Central Americans as operatives as well. There is little
doubt that Hezbollah’s connections enable them to enter the U.S. as they
desire, through our porous border with Mexico.
Our efforts to combat Islamic
terrorism needs to consider the open southern border, the IRGC and Hezbollah
threat to national security.
Constitutional Border Empowerment
Donald Trump is the commander in chief of the military and explicitly empowered by the U.S. Constitution to enforce our borders. (Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution). As for declaring a national emergency, even though he had to veto the no vote, he won, because there weren’t enough votes to override his veto. He could have built our border wall in the past eighteen months with defense department funds.
Instead some mysterious forces prevent him from taking action. Why? Former Assistant States Attorney, Sidney Powell, author of Licensed to Lie, tells us exactly why in her latest article, The Ultimate Betrayal. Please take the time to read it.
The President of the United States has full authority and full power to shut down the border of the United States to protect the nation and the people in the United States. It’s actually enshrined, not only in our U.S. Constitution, but in the U.S. federal code. It is Title VIII U.S. Code 1181(f). It gives the president the power to suspend the entry of all aliens whenever he finds their entry would be detrimental to the interests of the United States. He can shut it down whenever he wants to, based on those criteria. It is statutory.
District court judges stopped his
orders regarding our southern border several times. They also repeatedly stopped the President
from restricting who enters our country from Muslim nations with a high
incidence of terrorists.
But now, even the “regressive” L.A. Times admits the courts won’t stop his emergency declaration or his border wall.
President Trump’s Travel Ban
Finally, on June 26, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s third executive order (Presidential Proclamation 9645), entitled, Enhancing Vetting Capabilities and Processes for Detecting Attempted Entry into the United States by Terrorists or other Public-Safety Threats, and its accompanying travel ban of 7-8 states known for terrorism. In the 5-4 opinion penned by Chief Justice John Roberts, the court found that Trump’s immigration restriction fell “squarely” within the president’s authority. The court rejected claims that the ban was motivated by religious hostility.
We need a secured southern border, with walls like those built in Israel and Turkey.
Turkey/Syria Border Wall
Turkey has completed the construction of a 911-kilometer wall (566 mile) bordering with Syria, a country plagued by civil war since 2011. It is the third longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.
Over the period 2015-2018 Erdogan put up approximately 500 miles of 3-meter-high concrete wall (9’10”) along his border with Syria. The border wall incorporates physical, electronic and advanced technology components. The physical components include modular concrete walls, patrol routes, manned and unmanned towers and passenger tracks. It is backed up by some 150 towers and fixed lookout posts with electro optic devices and patrolled using armored vehicles.
Illegal immigration to Israel from
Africa became a major problem beginning in 2007. Until then, approximately
2,700 illegal immigrants had entered Israel through the Egyptian border in the
previous decades. Over the next five
years approximately 61,000 illegal immigrants entered Israel through the
Egyptian border, the overwhelming majority coming from Eritrea and Sudan.
Israeli/Egyptian Border Wall
Once the 250-mile steel border
fence was completed in December 2012, the numbers of illegal immigrants dropped
from 10,431 in 2012 to less than 150 in 2013, and now even less, down to 11 per
Israel’s West Bank barrier is a wall built by
the State of Israel to separate Palestinian
territories from Israel. It is built mostly of fences and in
some places, it is built of high concrete walls.
Israel’s West Bank barrier
Israel is now beginning work on a
barrier in the Golan Heights area to prevent attacks by ISIS and other radical
factions involved in the Syrian Civil War.
Our borders should be just as
protected. “Build the Wall” wasn’t just
a slogan! Now armed Mexican troops are
crossing the border and disarming our own military.
U.S. Northern Command said in a
statement that “five to six Mexican military personnel questioned two U.S.
Army soldiers who were conducting border support operations” this month.
The U.S. soldiers were in an unmarked Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
vehicle near the southwest border near Clint, Texas.
Officials confirmed that the
Mexican troops were armed with what seemed to be rifles. They raised their
weapons when they saw the two U.S. soldiers, and then took a pistol from one
and put it in the CBP vehicle. According to officials talking to CNN, the two Americans obliged “in an
attempt to de-escalate a potential volatile situation.”
The FBI arrested Larry Mitchell Hopkins,69, for alleged unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition days after his group posted videos that appeared to show armed men stopping 200 migrants at the border in New Mexico, ordering them to sit on the ground and coordinating with US border patrol agents to have them taken into custody.
The United Constitutional Patriots have never killed or wounded even one illegal immigrant, something that cannot be said about the so-called professional cops at the Mexican border region,” said former police sergeant Leslie B. Crimmons, who trains civilians in self-defense and firearms safety. And yes, citizens do have the right to arrest. See Jim Kouri’s recent article for the full story.
On June 18, 1916, U.S. President Wilson ordered 110,000 National Guardsmen from state militias to the Mexican border for patrol duty due to the unstable border situation and hostilities mainly from Mexican bandit, Pancho Villa.
It was the US militia that joined forces with the Continental army to defeat the British and create this nation. It was the US militia that was at Bunker Hill and Concord to stop the redcoats. Articles are labeling those Americans defending the border as “fascists” that are operating under the motivation of being “xenophobic,” when they’re only trying to help defend our nation from invasion.
No Assimilation, No Love for America
Migrants heading north to the U.S. border are not carrying American flags. They carry the flags of the countries they’re leaving. And most of those migrants are strong young well-fed men.
A photo from the Associated Press shows protesters burning an American flag with a swastika painted on it in support of the migrant caravan heading through Central America for the United States. Link
The defiant message is that they’ll cross the U.S. border any time they like, immigration laws be damned. They’re hoping to demonstrate such a reality with huge masses of people, who will ultimately be daring the U.S. military or border guards to fire on them.
Then their leaders will claim a
propaganda victory over some migrant’s dead body while the U.S. wraps itself in
pretzels over its dreaded crimes again unarmed civilians. Link
In the age of information,
ignorance is a choice. Sadly, far too
many Americans are ignorant of what is happening in our country and that the
southern border is actually non-existent.
Taxpayers are given a yearly bill of $150 billion for the cost of migrant
invaders. The hordes of illegal aliens from third world countries have no
desire to assimilate into American society.
Americans who understand what is
happening to our nation are growing tired of our ancestors being compared to
the migrants of today. Settling in an
undeveloped land and building a civilization is not comparable to invading a
post-industrial nation and signing up for welfare.
We’ve had enough! Close the border and build the wall…