Immigration

My latest Said in Spanish news roundup of Spanish-language sources includes several items about the vast Mexican consular network in the United States, Islamic State’s threat to Hispanics, a video of a checkpoint encounter, identity fraud and why a longtime resident of the U.S. finally decides to become a U.S. citizen. To read the entire […]

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Reuters reports that Mexico is not doing a very effective job at stopping Central American illegal aliens from crossing through its territory to get to the United States.   Mexico is stopping fewer of them. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 10th, 2016, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on May 15th, 2016

Mexico’s  elite is in a tizzy about the Trump Campaign and is doing what it can to prevent a Trump Victory. Even the U.S. media is catching on.   For example, a recent article on the Politico site discusses it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published May 13th, 2016, […]

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My latest Said in Spanish roundup  includes the new Mexican ambassador’s 8-point plan for the United States, the Trump-bashing of a retiring Mexican singer and a report  on “Pueblayork”. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 26th, 2016 on VDARE.COM.

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Trump’s border wall proposal, and especially his proposal that Mexico pay for it, continues to elicit strong condemnation and refusal among the Mexican elite. The latest Mexican government official to speak out is Luis Videgaray, the Finance Minister. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published April 18th, 2016, on […]

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One of Donald Trump’s campaign pledges is to build a wall on the border with Mexico and make Mexico pay for it. Unsurprisingly, Mexican politicians are steadfastly denying that Mexico would pay for a wall.  But is there a way for a U.S. government to force Mexico to pay for it? For the entire article, […]

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Allan on March 5th, 2016

In September of 2014 I had an article published about the Oklahoma congressional delegation.   My point was that, despite the fact that Oklahoma is a Republican-dominated state, its 100% Republican congressional delegation is ineffective in fighting the current immigration invasion. Now, in March of 2016, is the Oklahoma delegation doing better in this regard? […]

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Allan on February 22nd, 2016

Pope Francis visited Mexico and, among other things held a mass on the U.S.-Mexican border. After departing Mexico, on the plane the Pope was asked about, and commented upon, Donald Trump’s campaign proposals.  How valid was the Pope’s statement? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published February 22nd, 2016, on Mexidata.info.

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Allan on February 15th, 2016

On June 16th, 2015, flamboyant billionaire Donald J. Trump announced his run for the U.S. presidency, and the U.S. political world has not been the same since. In Mexico, the Trump candidacy unleashed a firestorm of criticism. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published February 15th, 2016, on Mexidata.info.

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Thousands of Cubans intending to arrive to the United States were stuck in Costa Rica and Panama.  But an international deal arranged for them to be airlifted and bussed through Central America, allowed free passage through Mexico, in order to arrive to the United States. Is it time to reconsider the Cuban Adjustment Act? For […]

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