I am very distraught to hear that Jim Boulet, of English First, has died of cancer. This is a great loss to the conservative movement and to the country. Jim was a wonderful man, kind and generous, and absolutely dedicated to the cause of protecting our common culture by protecting the English language as its official language and the tongue of everyday life and commerce. He had nothing against other languages, of course, but felt, correctly, that having one language as the accepted and official one is an essential factor in keeping a nation as ONE nation no matter how many ethnicities or prior nationalities comprise it. He was always a usefol font of information, and very persistent but never pushy. I had no idea he was sick, so this comes as a very sad shock. Please say a prayer for him and for those he left behind. I just said one now. Jim, we will miss you. R.I.P. — and in God’s everlasting love.
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