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Two contrasting views of the Republican Party

From the transcript of American Morning, CNN, 17 May 2010: CAROL COSTELLO: Sarah Palin is back in the spotlight taking the stage in Phoenix this weekend with Arizona’s Governor Jan Brewer (R). Both women have a message for the man in the White House.  (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) PALIN: It’s time for Americans across this great …

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Demographic note for today…

For today’s demographic note we present the chipper consensus viewpoint of the UK government and the mainstream media, followed by a realistic perspective from Mark Steyn. “Warning on Britain’s grey population“, The Telegraph, 6 December 2008 — “Evidence of the challenges posed by the ageing population will be unveiled by Britain’s statistics chief this week.   …

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Immigration as a reverse election: our leaders get a new people

Summary:  This campaign season has seen many demands for political change.  Our elites are responding, but perhaps not in the ways most people want.  Large-scale immigration over decades will greatly change America.  Given our high degree of inequality of wealth and income plus our low degree of social mobility, an underclass might result.  Given that many of them will be from Latin …

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America’s elites reluctantly impose a client-patron system

Summary:  This campaign season has seen many demands for political change.  Our elites are responding, but perhaps not in the ways most people want.  Large-scale immigration over decades will greatly change America.  Given our high degree of inequality of wealth and income plus our low degree of social mobility, an underclass might result.  Given that many of them will be from Latin …

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Migration from the south into America: new people, new foods, new political systems

Comment by Duncan Kinder One of the more exciting themes that we are going to encounter, IMHO, is when Latino groups begin to assert themselves not only in the sense of being some interest group in the traditional American sense but when they begin to import Latin America political themes, organizations, concepts, and the like …

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