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Race/Ethnicity Bilingual Education Reprint Economics Ideology Immigration Minimum Wage Foreign Policy History Meritocracy Humor Letter Type Science American Pravda Video Type IQ Middle East Race/IQ American Media Hispanic Crime Campaign Finance Affirmative Action Mc Cain/POW China China/America Chinese Evolution Vioxx Classical History Conservative Movement Cover Story Harvard Republicans Vietnam Vouchers Gays/Lesbians Vietnam War 2016 Election Conspiracy Theories Evolutionary Biology White America Academia Gay Marriage Hispanics Illegal Immigration Nicholas Wade Theoretical Physics Trade World War II American Conservative Los Angeles Times National Review Wall Street Journal New York Times Commentary Sacramento Bee Lew Rockwell City Journal Economist Denver Post New Republic Policy Review Reason Salon San Francisco Chronicle San Jose Mercury News American Enterprise Asian Week Chronicles Denver Rocky Mountain News Nation Rockford Institute Family In America Weekly Standard I’m still totally preoccupied with my current software project, but since immigration is back in the headlines due to the controversial proposals of the new Trump Administration, I’ve decided to republish my article on the subject from a few months ago.

In late July, Avik Roy, a Republican intellectual of South Asian ancestry, declared with anguish that he had completely misunderstood the true nature of the political party he had long and diligently served.

He and his Beltway friends—the wonks and ideologues of Conservativism, Inc.—had spent years earnestly debating health care reform, targeted tax cuts, and free trade promotion, assuming that such policies and principles were similarly inspiring the voters who elected their Republican candidates to office.

Trump publicly denounced the Mexican-American federal judge hearing his legal case as being ethnically biased against him, citing the latter’s membership in a La Raza Lawyers Association.

The organization in question seems rather innocuous and Trump’s accusation weak, but one wonders whether a Caucasian affiliated with a similar white-advocacy group containing “the Race” in its title would have ever even been nominated to the bench, let alone successfully confirmed.

But suppose so many millions of Swedes poured across the borders into our southern neighbor that within just a few decades Mexico City had become majority Swedish, while much of the rest of that country were following a somewhat similar trajectory.

Under such circumstances, severe political problems would surely arise, perhaps even endangering social stability.And then Trump, with harsh, racially-charged rhetoric, diametrically opposing policy views, and a negligible advertising budget crushed all those prominent national leaders at the ballot box.According to Roy, he and all his conservative friends and patrons had been living “in a kind of bubble,” believing that their voters cared about their “philosophical, economic conservatism,” but they were entirely mistaken: “In reality, the gravitational center of the Republican Party is white nationalism.” Indeed, over the last few months, some analysts have suggested that mainstream conservative leaders have been unmasked as generals commanding a ghost army, representing an ideological movement that never really existed.A strident Black Nationalist such as Malcolm X was widely condemned during his own lifetime as an extremist advocate of violence, yet he has now been honored with a U. postage stamp, while today a lifelong racial activist such as Al Sharpton has his own cable television show and received 80-odd invitations to the White House over the last few years.Such treatment seems very different from what their white-activist counterparts, either past or present, might expect to receive.Congress has remained politically deadlocked on immigration for two decades, and I believe what I’ve outlined below might constitute the only viable solution to the problem.

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