Past Features

April 12, 2015

A Voice in the Wilderness
Doug McIntyre speaks the truth about California

Glenn Spencer on McIntyre -- July 24, 2001
Doug McIntyre, Los Angeles Daily News -- April 10, 2015  
10 new laws will increase poverty in California
    The dominoes are toppling faster and faster.
    With each passing day the elites of America are pushing ahead with their plan to erase any distinction between legal and illegal immigration.
    The once cherished concept of citizenship continues to erode in the face of a relentless push to grant all the perks and privileges of citizenship to the uncountable millions who violated our nation's laws when they entered the country illegally. Anyone who objects is vilified as a racist and xenophobe.
    While politicians of both parties conspire to turn the brilliantly inclusive American melting pot into a dystopian Tower of Babble where a multitude of ethnic minorities are pitted against each other for social services and the first rung of the ladder of success, activists encourage new arrivals to cling to their cultural identity while propagandizing against their adopted country.
    If you think this isn't happening, you aren't paying attention.
    Or you've been paying attention to ABC, CBS, NBC, The L.A. Times and practically every other major news organization in the country, where every illegal immigrant is portrayed as a potential neurosurgeon or Rhodes scholar. When the Associated Press banished the term “illegal immigrant” as too offensive to print it was pretty much game, set, match.
    How are we supposed to have a debate on a critical public policy issue if we're not even allowed to use the language?
    Amazingly, the lawbreakers are dictating the terms of the debate. [....]
    Surely the Republicans in Sacramento will do something to stop this madness, right?
    “Comprehensive immigration reform is important to California's way of life,” said Senate Republican Minority Leader Bob Huff, R-Diamond Bar, parroting President Obama and every other pro-amnesty politician in the land.
    “The rationale behind these bills is admirable,” says Huff.
    And he's the LEADER of the opposition.

Republicans Sold Out California -- But We can Take It Back
Glenn Spencer, American Patrol Report
  I have been on McIntyre's radio show. We lost California because of the cowardice of the Republican Party. We can take it back -- and the rest of America --- but it is going to take someone with the courage of a Ted Cruz to do the job.