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Pope Francis was in Poland, where he lectured the country’s “More Catholic Than the Pope” government that they need to take in “refugees” from the Middle East. Pope Francis says there is no such thing as Islamic terrorism and so no need to worry about that. A Hungarian archbishop, on the other hand, has a […]

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Allan on January 26th, 2016

“Camino de Guanajuato que pasas por tanto pueblo” (“Way of Guanajuato, you pass through so many towns”) Thus sang Jose Alfredo Jimenez in his song “Camino de Guanajuato”.  (Click here to listen to the song). And the roads of his homeland, the central Mexican state of Guanajuato, do indeed pass through cities, towns and landscapes […]

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Allan on December 22nd, 2015

This calendar year, 2015, marked the official  100th anniversary (the centennial) of the Mexican Air Force. For the entire article, click here. Article published on December 21st, 2015, on Mexidata.info. where can you buy viagra best place to buy viagra online

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The University of New Hampshire has issued a “Bias-Free Language Guide” and it’s anything but “Bias-Free”.  It’s the mutilation of the English language for ideological reasons. For one thing, the guide says that American citizens shouldn’t call themselves “Americans”, even though that’s been the term in English used to describe our people since at least […]

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Allan on June 16th, 2015

Magna Carta is now 800 years old.  The document was signed at Runnymede, near Windsor, in England, on June 15th, 2015. That’s 800 years. Magna Carta is important in the development of English constitutional law and is thus a predecessor document to the U.S. Constitution. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by […]

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Oxford University is the oldest university in England and in the entire Anglosphere. Oxford University Press is the world’s largest university publisher.    This prestigious publisher has now decreed that the children’s books and schoolbooks it publishes cannot mention pigs or pork products. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, […]

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The Oklahoma Land Run was a unique aspect of American history, and an important part of the state of Oklahoma’s heritage. Taking place from 1889 to 1895, the land runs were races for land, in which prospective landowners raced for 160-acre farms.  If they could successfully occupy these farms for five years, they would receive […]

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Allan on January 4th, 2015

President Obama has recently announced his intention to chamge U.S. Cuba policy.   How is that going to turn out? Coincidentally, my family and I visited Cuba last summer.  (See Our Summer 2014 Trip to Mexico and the Island-nation of Cuba.) Cuba has been a communist country since 1959.  It has been  isolated from the […]

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October 2, 2014 marked the 46th anniversary of the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre in Mexico City, when  Mexican security forces opened fire on protesting students and killed many. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published October 6th, 2014, on Mexidata.info.   generic viagra for sale where to get viagra

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On September 18th, voters in Scotland are scheduled to go to the polls and vote in a very straightforward referendum. Unlike the confusing referendum held in Puerto Rico in 2012 ,  the Scotland referendum poses a very simple question to voters. The question on the ballot is simply “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. There are […]

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