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The Future of America- Lock your Doors and Load your Guns, Twitter Shadow Banning Scandal, How God Destroys a Country? He Doesn’t. We do.: The Future of America- Lock your Doors and Load your Guns, Twitter Shadow Banning Scandal, How God Destroys a Country? He Doesn’t. We do.   This ACU Show consists of 6 Segments- Victor Davis Hanson: California- the Future of America. Lock your...

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The Future of America- Lock your Doors and Load your Guns, Twitter Shadow Banning Scandal, How God Destroys a Country? He Doesn’t. We do.   This ACU Show consists of 6 Segments- Victor Davis Hanson: California- the Future of America. Lock your Doors and Load your Guns.   Another Fake ‘Hate Crime’ Dennis Prager vs. Elizabeth Warren on Race. Prager U- Our legal immigration problem. Dennis Prager. Twitter shadowing banning scandal. Glenn Beck. How God Destroys a Country… He Doesn’t. We do.   Victor Davis Hanson: The Future of California You Don't Want to Know. Watch this video at https://youtu.be/PlydO0TaZH4 Cal Watchdog There's a reason a California official told residents to lock their doors and load their guns. Democrats control two-thirds of the legislature in California and CalWatchdog's Brian Calle asks Victor Davis Hanson about the future of the state. Published on Jan 25, 2013   The Jussie Smollett Story Looks Like Another Fake ‘Hate Crime’ – and the Media Keep Peddling Them. Watch this video at https://youtu.be/sNEobOr1z8I MRCTV The media fall for fake "hate crimes" every time, even when the facts don’t add up. Because they want so desperately for it to be true. Anything to push their war on Trump and his supporters. Published on Feb 18, 2019   Dennis Prager vs. Elizabeth Warren on Race. https://youtu.be/1rgeBIUpcvI   PragerU Elizabeth Warren is bent on using the race card, even if it means falsely claiming Native American heritage. Dennis Prager explains why race doesn't matter. Published on Feb 15, 2019   America Wants Legal Immigrants. Watch this video at- https://youtu.be/NL_i8Ndgpvg PragerU Published on Feb 11, 2019 Virtually everyone knows America has a big illegal immigration problem. But we also have a legal immigration problem: Current U.S. immigration policy is not serving the best interests of America. Is there a way to protect American citizens and still welcome newcomers to our shores? Reihan Salam offers an insightful solution. Script: I am the proud son of immigrants from Bangladesh. I was raised in New York City, which has benefited enormously from the energy and ambition of the millions of people born abroad who’ve chosen to make it their home. But I also believe that America’s immigration system needs to work for America, and right now, that is simply not the case. We need a new immigration system. So what should it be? We’re often presented with two stark choices: Severe restrictions or open borders. I think there’s a better way. But before I offer a solution, let’s look at the usual suspects. The case for open borders is, on the surface, pretty attractive. Tens of millions of people around the world would be grateful to come to America for the chance to live in peace and earn a decent living. The vast majority of them mean us no harm. Why not give them a chance to share in the blessings of liberty? The simple answer is that our country is more than just a marketplace. We’re a democracy based on a social contract. Americans pay taxes so that, among other things, the poorest, most unlucky among us can still lead decent and dignified lives. If you can’t work, you might be eligible for unemployment benefits or disability. If you do work but your paycheck doesn’t go far enough for you to afford medical care or food for your kids, we have a safety net designed to help you stay afloat. Liberals and conservatives disagree on how extensive this safety net ought to be, but they all agree it needs to be there. The question is, how we far are willing to stretch it? A century ago, immigrants who found they couldn’t make it in America had little choice but to go back home. That is no longer the case. These days, immigrants who can’t earn enough to support their families have access to many government benefits. That doesn’t make them bad people. In an age of offshoring and automation, wages for menial jobs don’t go very far. If we only admitted a modest number of low-skill immigrants—say, as political refugees—we co

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