The Corner

“No One I Know Voted For Nixon.”

One of the Washington Post’s business columnists had a piece Sunday on how electoral politics can complicate relations at work. Interesting, timely topic. Except that every employee whose views the reporter identified was a Kerry supporter who’d been hassled because of his politics. And even the two generic examples she cited were anti-Bush. Don’t reporters know any people with different political opinions?

Mark Krikorian, a nationally recognized expert on immigration issues, has served as Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) since 1995.

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