By Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter is again, extra fearless than ever.
In Adios, the US she touches the 3rd rail in American politics, attacking the immigration factor head-on and flying within the face of los angeles Raza, the Democrats, a media made up our minds to hide up immigrants' crimes, church buildings that receives a commission through the govt for his or her "charity," and grasping Republican businessmen and crusade consultants—all of whom are profiting handsomely from mass immigration that's tearing the rustic aside. making use of her trademark biting humor to the catastrophe that's U.S. immigration coverage, Coulter proves that immigration is crucial factor dealing with the United States at the present time.
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Against whom? Can God exist if he is respon sible, if he allows what our values condemn as a mon strosity? Camus said no. We are alone in the universe; our human fate is to hurl an eternal defiance at blind inhuman forces, without the comfort of having an ally somewhere, without any metaphysical foundation. But perhaps if not God, there is a goddess who walks through battlefields and concentration camps, penetrates prisons, gathers every drop of blood, every curse? She knows that those who complain simply do not understand.
His wish to react may indeed lead him to find even numbers where there are none. Caught in this oscillation, his attention is no longer pure. If the complexity of the calculations demands his total attention, inevitably he will make many mistakes - even if he happens to be very intelli gent, very brave and deeply attached to the truth. What should he do? It is simple. If he can escape from the grip of the people who wield the whip, he must run away. If he could have evaded his tormentors in the first place, he should have.
S I M O N E WE I L Thus the inner light of evidence, this capacity of perception given from above to the human soul in answer to its desire for truth, is discarded or reduced to discharging menial chores, instead of guiding the spiritual destiny of human creatures. The force that impels thought is no longer the open, unconditional desire for truth, but merely a desire to conform with pre-established teachings. That the Church established by Christ could thus, to such a large extent, stifle the spirit of truth (in spite of the Inquisition, it failed to stifle it entirely - because mysticism always afforded a safe shelter) is a tragic irony.
Adios, America by Ann Coulter