Mexico had a team at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.  There were four skiers on the Mexican team. In many ways though,  the Mexican team was not really very Mexican.  Only two were born in Mexico, only two speak Spanish, only one currently resides in Mexico. And yet, they were very proud to compete for Mexico. […]

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Allan on March 13th, 2018

The 2018 Winter Olympics was  held in Pyeongchang, South Korea.  Mexico has participated in a number of Winter Olympics through the years, and this time had four skiers competing. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published March 12th, 2018, on

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The latest installment of the Said in Spanish series includes four stories: I.   The View from Tamaulipas.  The Mexican border state of Tamaulipas reports more deportations than a year ago. II. The Lost Territories.   Mexico became independent in 1821.  At least on paper, it was twice as big, but it soon lost about half its […]

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Allan on February 28th, 2018

It’s 2018, and time for another Mexican presidential election.   The candidates have already been selected by their parties, plus there are independent candidates. Also, senators and representatives of the Mexican Congress are being elected.  For the first time since the 1920s, reelection is being allowed in Congress. For the entire article, click here. Article by […]

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The Mexican foreign ministry has a vast consular network in the United States, which it uses to meddle in U.S. immigration policy.    The goal is to keep as many Mexicans in the United States while retaining their loyalty to Mexico. Our politicians don’t care, even though Mexican meddling far outweighs any possible Russian meddling […]

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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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In early January 2018, the  Banco de México (Mexico’s Federal Reserve equivalent)   announced that remittances to Mexico from Mexicans abroad (nearly all in the United States) hit an historic high in calendar year 2017. From January to November of 2017, the total remittance sum sent to Mexico  was 26,167,000,000 dollars.   That 26 billion dollar plus […]

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Allan on December 21st, 2017

The central Mexican town of Malinalco was recently the subject of three simultaneously-published article in the Los Angeles Times.   Specifically, the three articles dealt with the problems and challenges of three Malinalco families: I.        A couple who lived in the United States for several decades and returned to Malinalco with their U.S.-born children. II.      A […]

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Allan on December 19th, 2017

Tourism is a very important industry in Mexico.  In calendar year 2016, 35 million foreigners visited Mexico, making it the eighth-most visited country in the world. Some reports about tourism this year though give cause for alarm. For the entire article, click, here. Article by Allan Wall, published December 18th, 2017, on

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For many years, the United States has had slipshod systems of voter registration.  Many states have passed  laws to improve the situation, which are attacked as “disenfranchising” voters. The solution? Adopt voter registration systems like that of Mexico. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published December 11th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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