Saturday, August 30, 2003

U.S. English

Arnold Schawrzenegger is on the board of U.S. English. The co-founder of the group is John Tanton, who once circled this Murrayesque memo to his fellow travelers:

"In this society, will the present majority peaceably hand over its political power to a group that is simply more fertile," Tanton wrote in his 1988 memo. "Can homo contraceptives compete with horno progenitivo if our borders aren’t controlled. . . .Perhaps this is the first instance in which those with their pants up are going to get caught by those with their pants down. As whites see their power and control over their lives declining, will they simply go quietly into the night? Or will there be an explosion."

That was enough to get Walter Cronkite and Linda Chavez to resign. Not Arnold.

About three months ago U.S. English hired James Lubinskas, an assistant editor of American Renaissance, white supremacist magazine. This apparently caused David Horowitz to leave the board, (despite that fact that Lubinskas seems to have been frequently published in Front Page Magazine). But, not Arnold.