Immigration

Allan on July 31st, 2015

I recently returned fron a trip to Mexico. and found some articles in the Mexican media which relate to the mass immigration of Mexicans to the United States. Years ago, it was the Mexican media which helped me to become a writer on immigration, when I saw how it was viewed from south of the […]

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It’s been great watching Donald Trump take on the GOP elite and show that a Republican can be a real fighter and not just another Republi-coward. Trump has pointed out the very real link between crime and illegal immigration, has promised to build a wall on the border, and has decried the power of donors […]

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Allan on July 27th, 2015

Virginia is where America began.   The Jamestown colony founded in 1607 was the first of the 13 English colonies which became the United States of America.   The state is the birthplace of 8 presidents, and I’m proud to say that the Wall family  is of colonial Virginia stock. Now Virginia is being transformed into a Third World […]

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Illegal aliens are used to having the media and politicians eat out of their hand, but Candidate Scott Walker recently told some an illegal alien (politely) that nobody is above the law. Of course, our president has placed himself above the law, and our congress has allowed it, but that’s not the way it should […]

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Allan on July 20th, 2015

Mexican drug baron Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman recently escaped from a “maximum security prison” in Mexico, through a mile-long tunnel specially constructed for his escape. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted that “The U.S. will invite El Chapo, the Mexican drug lord who just escaped prison, to become a U.S. citizen because our ‘leaders’ can’t say […]

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Allan on July 15th, 2015

I write from Mexico, where I’m currently visiting, and the Mexican media still has an obsession with Donald Trump. It’s a little strange when you think about it.  After all, Donald Trump is a candidate for president, who hasn’t even won his party’s nomination, which is still a ways off.  And besides, why should Mexicans […]

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Allan on June 19th, 2015

Donald Trump has officially entered the race for the White House with a bang, and his introductory speech has already ruffled feathers in Mexico. Mexican government officials were quick to criticize Trump’s speech.  That’s not surprising, as the Mexican political and media class pay close attention to immigration-related politics north of the border. But what […]

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The Numbers USA organization has an evaluation system which grades presidential candidates on immigration.   There are currently twenty candidates in the system, each receiving a letter grade based upon the candidate’s  immigration positions. The highest grade was received by Rick Santorum, the only candidate with an A.  The second-highest was a B+ given to […]

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Allan on May 20th, 2015

Scott Walker visited Capitol Hill, meeting with members of Congress and leading Republicans.   in these meetings, Walker impressed people.  But how is Walker going to be on immigration?  Is Walker reliable? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published May 20th, 2015 on VDARE.COM.

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Among the necessary immigration reforms our country needs is to close up the anchor baby loophole. This is the insane policy wherein the children of illegal aliens are granted automatic citizenship.   It’s a bad policy which ought to be changed as soon as possible. There is a bill in each chamber of Congress to […]

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