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A recent media craze is the hysteria over old school yearbooks.   You can now have your career endangered because of something in a decades’ old yearbook. Now, a group in Virginia  is collecting money to pay college students to go through old yearbooks to find things that are “racist”. Where will this lead?   Will anybody […]

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Left wing control of many (most?) U.S. universities is a big part of the Left’s grip on the culture. Dr. David Deming, a professor at OU, has written an open letter describing the totalitarian PC atmosphere at the University of Oklahoma. Simultaneously, OU is in a furor over some blackface incidents. For the entire blog […]

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Allan on December 20th, 2018

The University of Ghana, in Africa, had a statue of Mohandes K. Gandhi, the famed Indian independence leader.  But they’ve taken it down, in the middle of the night, after discovering Gandhi’s views of black Africans. Wow, does this mean that the world is more complex than the Mainstream Media presents it? For the entire […]

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Activists who oppose American Indian sports mascots and team names have their work cut out for them, because they are also being used across the pond in Britain and Europe.  The New York Times had an article about it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September 17, 2018, […]

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Southwest Kansas has seen a massive demographic shift, with a huge influx of Spanish-speakers.  There are so many that the Spanish language has influenced the pronunciation of English speakers. According to a Kansas State University research team,  the pronunciation of  young English speakers in Southwest Kansas has been influenced by the Spanish sound system.  There’s […]

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A leader makes  hard decisions.  A really effective leader forces others to make hard decisions. Intentionally or unintentionally, that is what President Trump has done to the NFL, and they fell right into the trap. The NFL has exposed itself as an arrogant elitist organization that holds the historic American nation in contempt. For the […]

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The latest installment of the Said in Spanish Series includes: 1. The spread of Kaepernick-style protest from the NFL to high school girls JV volleyball 2. Rafael Moreno Valle  visits LA 3. Flyers in Mexico telling people not to help migrants. 4. Latino Stress 5.  An illegal alien and his dog For the entire article, […]

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Allan on September 8th, 2017

The hysteria over purging Confederate monuments and other reminders of the Confederacy now involves, among many other targets, the memory of Stand Watie, a Cherokee general who surrendered 75 days after Appomattox. It’s time to step back and really figure out what is going on. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, […]

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Effective July 10th, 2017, the National Council of La Raza changed its name to UnidosUS. Why did they change it, and how will this change the organization? And what is the ideology of La Raza (the Race)? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published on July 31st, 2017 on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on April 29th, 2017

Easter Sunday of 2017 was celebrated worldwide by all branches of Christendom on April 16th.  In Mexico, the Easter season brings with it a wide variety of traditional regional observances which are important religiously, culturally, socially and even economically. For the entire article, click, here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 24th, 2017, on Mexidata.info.

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