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EAGLE PASS, TEXAS - SEPTEMBER 28: Immigrants walk towards a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border on September 28, 2023 in Eagle Pass, Texas. A surge of asylum seeking migrants crossing the U.S. southern border has put pressure on U.S. immigration authorities, reaching record levels in recent weeks. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

The Phony “Settler” vs. “Migrant” Debate

Settlers Versus Migrants
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Not a Genocide

Terrible things happened at many of Canada’s Residential Schools. But describing these institutions as instruments of mass murder is inaccurate. By Ian Gentles The movement to describe Canada’s system of Indian Residential Schools as a “genocide” has been gaining momentum…
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New Book Out

This book was entirely unexpected. In late 2018 I received a phone call from a gentleman in San Diego who asked if I would consider writing columns for the Epoch Times newspaper? The what? I had never heard of Epoch…
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Pro-abortion activists protest in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on May 3, 2022. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

The Fallacy of Human Rights

“Human rights” are everywhere, and are everywhere described with astonishing vagueness as something “inherent” in all human beings, simply because we are human. It’s a circular assertion. Largely in reaction to the tragedies and slaughters of World War II, the…
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