January 25, 2016
National Review's Strange Bedfellows
Another hi-jacked institution exposed
Medved has partnered with Michael Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch's immigration lobbying firm, Partnership For A New American Economy (PNAE), to promote mass immigration. Breitbart -- January 23, 2016
National Review Enlists Open Border Zealots to Trash Trump
National Review's effort to take down GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has been billed as a symposium of “conservatives against Trump.” However, that billing may be undermined by the discovery that several of the contributors National Review relied upon to pen their anti-Trump manifesto are supporters of the open borders immigration agenda, which National Review itself previously declared would bring about the end American conservatism.
For instance, one the publication's contributors is David Boaz, the executive Vice President of the CATO Institute a libertarian think tank that is one of the nation's most vocal proponents of the open borders immigration agenda. [...]
Similarly, Michael Medved contributed to the National Review's so-called conservative anti-Trump manifesto. Yet Medved has partnered with Michael Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch's immigration lobbying firm, Partnership For A New American Economy (PNAE), to promote mass immigration.
Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report
Bloomberg on Immigration
Michael Bloomberg argues that the Statue of Liberty is “...our country's greatest national monument.” ...“Since 1886 --- 125 years ago this October --- Lady Liberty's torch has brought light to the darkest corners of the earth, beckoning here to America's shores all those ‘yearning to breathe free."
The Emma Lazarus poem appeared on a plaque at the base of the Statue of Liberty in 1903 --- 17 years after the statue was put in place. "Laboulaye hoped that by calling attention to the recent achievements of the United States, the French people would be inspired to call for their own democracy in the face of a repressive monarchy."
Our country's "greatest national monument” was never intended to be a porch light --- it was hijacked --- just like the National Review.