In the midst of challenges facing the nation, Veterans Day 2023 arrives as a clear call to remember and honor the ideals that shaped the United States. It’s more than just a day; it’s a beacon symbolizing the legacy of the brave men and women who answered the call to defend the nation’s principles and values, particularly in the present times when many citizens feel their liberties are under assault.
This Veterans Day, November 11, 2023, is more important than ever. As our government becomes increasingly tyrannical and tries to remove our freedoms, it is essential that we remember and honor those who have fought and sacrificed to protect us.
Our veterans have sworn an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. They have risked their lives to protect our freedoms, and they deserve our deepest gratitude.
But today, our government under the leadership of the Democrats is the biggest threat to our freedoms. They are trying to disarm us, censor our speech, and control our every move. They are using their power to enrich themselves and their cronies at the expense of the American people.
That is why it is so important to celebrate Veterans Day this year. We need to show our veterans that we appreciate their service and that we will not stand for our government’s tyranny.
Tucker Carlson Interview with Douglass Mackey
The First Amendment is done. Douglass Mackey is about to go to prison for mocking Hillary Clinton on the internet. We talked to him right before his sentencing. Remember as you watch that this could be you.
Jewish students at MIT blocked from attending classes by ‘hostile’ anti-Israel protesters
Jewish students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they were prevented from attending classes by a “blockade” of hostile anti-Israel students — and fear the school is “not safe for Jews.”
An open letter penned by the MIT Israel Alliance alleges that Jewish and Israeli students were “physically” obstructed from classrooms by a “hostile” pro-Palestinian group called the Coalition Against Apartheid (CAA).
“This is after students from the CAA harassed MIT staff members in their offices for being Jewish and interrupted classes in the past few weeks,” the letter read.
“Many Jewish students fear leaving their dorm rooms and have stated that they feel MIT is not safe for Jews,” the letter continues.
“This message is compounded by the public and private warnings of Hillel [the school’s graduate Jewish community] and many faculty that Jewish students should not enter MIT’s main lobby today.”
Four hours after the CAA protest began, the administration told students to leave the lobby and threatened them with suspension — but only the Jewish students who were there to counterprotest left, according to the group.
Nikki Haley: Let CEOs Import Workers and Graduates They ‘Need’
American CEOs should be allowed to import all the foreign workers they say they “need,” Nikki Haley told supporters at a New Hampshire campaign stop.
“So for too long, Republican and Democrat presidents dealt with immigration based on a [annual] quota,” she told the roomful of supporters:
We’ll take X number this year, we’ll take X number next year, the debate is on the number. It’s the wrong way to look at it. We need to do it based on merit. We need to go to our industries and say “What do you need that you don’t have?”
So think agriculture, think tourism, think tech, we want the talent that’s going to make us better.
Haley’s reference to “think tech” refers to the many white-collar careers that are now being filled by cheap and compliant foreign graduates instead of available and trained American graduates.
Then you bring people in that can fill those needs. That way you’re actually emboldening in your economy. [Emphasis added]
Yes, the fabric of America is legal immigration. But let’s get the right ones in that are gonna make America better.
“What Nikki Haley is proposing is to legalize human labor trafficking” for CEOs, said Jay Palmer, an immigration law adviser to CEOs and migrants. “The migrants will come over here, they will be abused, and they will work for any wages because the economy in the United States is better than in their country,” Palmer told Breitbart News.
Haley’s “fabric of America” claim was delivered as many establishment media outlets tout her as a “hard-liner” on migration, or a moderate, and as the last, best hope for the establishment GOP against President Donald Trump. “Ms. Haley has momentum,” said a November 6 editorial in the Washington Post that did not mention wages, jobs, or immigration.
She is also portrayed as a “hard-liner” even though Haley’s October open-borders-for-CEOs speech echoed an April speech: “When it comes to actual immigration laws itself, instead of doing quotas every year on how many we’re going to let through, you partner with your businesses and see what they need.”
A New York Times article on her November campaign event did not mention her “need” giveaway to the Fortune 500. But the article by Jazmine Ulloa described Haley’s comments as “Tough promises on immigration.”
In her New Hampshire speech, Haley also suggested that she would let Biden’s six million-plus illegal migrants stay in the country providing they labor in jobs:
If they’re feeding off the [welfare] system, you send them back. If they’re actually trying to be productive and have a job and have a record that we can look at, then we can look at what happens.
“That’s a very strong suggestion that she has little interest about removing people who don’t belong here,” responded Jon Feere, the director of investigations at the Center for Immigration Studies.
“She’s the type of candidate the Chamber of Commerce loves,” he told Breitbart News, adding, “She’s going to promise everything they want and they ignore the reasons that [President Donald] Trump got elected in 2016, which includes a strong position on immigration.”