Latin America

Allan on November 19th, 2018

The Honduran “caravan” has arrived to Tijuana, a Mexico city on the border, across from San Diego. And there have been protests, as many Tijuana residents oppose the presence of the Hondurans, who, they fear, will wind up staying in Tijuana. So what should the United States do?  Why won’t we really secure our border?  […]

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Allan on November 17th, 2018

Mexicans in Tijuana protested at a camp of Honduran migrants right on the border.    They complain about the adverse effects of Honduran migrants on  security and employment. Wow, sounds like American complaints about immigration. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published November 16th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on October 13th, 2018

There has been a big increase in Guatemalans crossing the U.S.-Mexican border, and people are asking why. It’s  due I think to a combination of factors.   But the Wall Street Journal featured in this blog ignores some of the major reasons for it. For example, it never mentions Mexico. And these Guatemalans have to cross […]

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The latest installment of Said in Spanish, with three topics: 1. La Opinión  warns illegal aliens, tells them how to avoid their chance of being detained. 2. Mexico’s Excelsior on Spanish in the U.S. 3. From the Costa Rican media, Costa Ricans vs. Nicaraguan immigrants. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, […]

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The latest Said in Spanish series discusses: 1. The Mexican Foreign Ministry complains about a group of Americans protesting in front of a Mexican consulate. 2. A concert tour to allow some DREAMers in for free. 3. Flyers scare off employees and customers of a Mexican restaurant. 4. Carlos Sada visits California. 5.  A Latino […]

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A Guatemalan illegal alien by the name of Claudia Gomez was recently killed after crossing the U.S. border into Texas. If our border were secured, her death could  have been avoided. It’s time to secure out border. To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published June 4th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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The latest Said in Spanish series deals with: I. The end of TPS (“Temporary” Protected Status) for Hondurans. II. The Mexican presidential debate. III. Eugenio Derbez in Hollywood. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published May 10th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.  

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A Mexican NGO called the Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública y Justicia Penal, A.C. (Citizen Council for Public Security and Penal Justice), whose president is Jose Antonio Ortega Sanchez, released a list of the worlds’ 50 cities with the highest homicide rates in 2017. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, […]

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Allan on March 26th, 2018

NFL player Duron Harmon (of the New England Patriots) flew to Costa Rica but didn’t make it past the airport. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published March 25th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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There were 25,339 reported murders in Mexico from January to November of 2017. The murder rate was 19.5 homicides per 100,000 people.  That’s the highest murder rate since the Mexican government has been keeping track, in 1997. That’s really  bad.   But other Latin American countries have high murder rates, some higher than Mexico’s. For the […]

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