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BUSH'S FINEST 30 SECONDS: THE WILLIE HORTON AD


The press in America is even worse than we imagine. We sense that they're biased and stunningly incompetent. They are those things, but so much more. Our media's version of the news is mathematically and precisely the opposite of the truth.

The death and burial of George H.W. Bush is only the latest example.

In the puffery and revisionism that accompany funerals, the man who gave us David Souter, an unnecessary war, tax hikes he promised not to impose and the Americans With Disabilities Act (aka The Destruction of Small Libraries Throughout New England Act) has been elevated to saintlike status.

But the one incident the media decided to excoriate Bush for was, in fact, his finest moment: the Willie Horton ad.

If we let the media get away with this, they will have once again redefined what constitutes acceptable discourse in America and cemented the notion that our political process should never be soiled by such a campaign ad -- the one thing Bush got right in his entire public career.

Far from representing the "low road," the Willie Horton ad was the greatest campaign commercial in political history. The ad was the reason we have political campaigns: It clearly and forcefully highlighted the two presidential candidates' diametrically opposed views on an issue of vital national importance.

Bush's opponent, Gov. Michael Dukakis of Massachusetts, had championed a self-evidently insane criminal justice program that provided prison furloughs to first-degree murderers. Read More »

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December 9, 2018, 2:18 PM
JORGE RAMOS DOING A JOB AMERICANS JUST WON'T DO! - VIDEO: Ann Coulter Debates Jorge Ramos on Immigration - Fusion TV (May 26th 2015)
December 6, 2018, 10:29 PM
Liberal Mickey Kaus on 'Adios, America!' -

"Ann Coulter and Donald Trump Walk Into … : I wasn’t entirely happy when I learned my friend Ann Coulter’s new book was going to be 100% about immigration. Not because I feared she’d hurt the cause of immigration control — a defensive battle our side has been winning, so far, despite a concerted push by the entire Democratic party, half the Republican party, half (secretly) of the politicians who claim to represent the other half of the Republican party, virtually the entire press (including Fox), virtually all of business, and virtually all big money political donors (including the Kochs!). It’s just that I’d found my own comfortable, sincere dogma on the subject, and I worried that she’d upset it, which is what she tends to do. ..."

Kausfiles: Coulter’s Challenge

December 6, 2018, 10:15 PM
David Frum on "Adios, America!" in The Atlantic -

"Until this very year, Trump’s few sparse comments on immigration fell neatly within the elite consensus. ... "What seems to have changed Trump’s mind is a book: Adios America by Ann Coulter. The phrase 'political book of the year' is a usually an empty compliment, but if the phrase ever described any book, Adios America is it. In its pages, Trump found the message that would convulse the Republican primary and upend the dynastic hopes of former-frontrunner Jeb Bush. Perhaps no single writer has had such immediate impact on a presidential election since Harriet Beecher Stowe.

-- The Atlantic: America's Immigration Challenge