Monday, January 01, 2007

Best Articles of 2006

At long last it's time for the best articles of 2006. I read roughly 10,000 articles this year. More than 300 articles appeared in this year's 52 POLITICAL UPDATES. Immigration was the most frequent topic, inspiring seven updates. The North American Union/SPP was second with five. What follows are my choices, in chronological order, for the ten most important news or opinion pieces of 2006.

Top Ten:
Searching for a New Direction by Congressman Ron Paul explains that government spending and regulation are out of control. The government is drowning in debt, and is likely to inflate the currency, thus robbing our money of its value, and wrecking our economy.
The New Shakers by Mac Johnson explains that the lack of children in America will lead to the decline of our country. We may be overwhelmed by third-world immigrants.
"Free Trade" Impacts Sovereignty by John McManus shows that Alger Hiss was a founder of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations. So-called "free trade" agreements threaten American sovereignty.
United States of North America by Steven Yates shows that the North American Union would merge the United States, Canada, and Mexico into one country that would be less secure and less prosperous.
The Bush-Kennedy Immigration Tsunami by William Jasper reveals that the Senate immigrants bill could have allowed as many as 200 million legal immigrants into America over the next twenty years.
North American Union to Replace USA? by Jerome Corsi is the first in a series of articles exposing the North American Union. Corsi explains who is pushing this plan.
Pawns in a Losing Game by William Jasper exposes the communist organizations behind the illegal immigrant rallies that shocked America in May. Their agenda is to destroy America.
The Missing Children Problem by Donald Devine shows that Western Civilization is dying out due to cultural decline and the welfare state.
Coming Through! The NAFTA Super Highway by Kelly Taylor explains that the massive Trans-Texas Corridor is part of a gigantic nationwide network of highways to cement the NAU.
Environmentalism's Death Toll for 'Nature' by Joseph D'Agostino shows that the environmentalist movement seeks the destruction of civilization and promotes massive genocide against humanity.

Honorable Mentions:
The United Nations seeks to control the internet.
Illegal immigrants rallied against America.
Senator Jeff Sessions shreds the Senate immigration bill.
Liberalism and Islam are killing the Netherlands.
Many environmentalists seek to exterminate humanity.
English is not spoken in many parts of America.
The creation of the NAU resembles that of the European Union.
A summary of news about the NAU.
Environmentalism by its nature seeks the destruction of humanity.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

10,000, must have been difficult to find 10,000 articles that all agree with you. Allen, its time for you to start reading the NY Times, and maybe, take a gander at Slate. Your New Years Resolution: Step out of your bubble of paleoconservative literature and accept that there are other opinions.