National Question

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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Southwest Kansas has seen a massive demographic shift, with a huge influx of Spanish-speakers.  There are so many that the Spanish language has influenced the pronunciation of English speakers. According to a Kansas State University research team,  the pronunciation of  young English speakers in Southwest Kansas has been influenced by the Spanish sound system.  There’s […]

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Univision, a U.S. Spanish-language media outlet, recently ran an article entitled 7 Argumentos Infalibles Que Puedes Usar Si Alguien Te Agrede Por Hablar Español en EEUU, which for you non-Spanish readers, translates to Seven Infallible Arguments You Can Use if Someone Attacks Your For Speaking Spanish In The United States. So what are the “seven […]

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Though not a descendant of a Confederate veterans, I recently attended a Sons of Confederate Veterans rally.   I respect the work the group is doing in preserving American heritage, because the current hysterical attack on Confederate monuments is really an attack on American heritage. And the protesters who there protesting the Sons of Confederate Veterans  […]

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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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Since Trump was a candidate, former President of Mexico (2000-2006) Vicente Fox has been railing against him. Fox’s latest anti-Trump rant is a diatribe in the New York Times.   By the way, did you know that Mexican Magnate Carlos Slim is the biggest shareholder of the New York Times? For the entire blog entry, click […]

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White Mexican Univision Anchor  Jorge Ramos is a dual Mexican/U.S. citizen who works hard to promote the demographic transformation of the United States.  Thus, Ramos does not like what the Trump administration is doing and what it could do. Jorge’s column is entitled Our Anti-Immigrant President (published two days previously in Spanish) shows the reader […]

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The arrival of Hurricane Maria on September 20th  was devastating to Puerto Rico.   And it’s good that the federal government is working to fix it up. But we have to evaluate our country’s relationship with the autonomous island territory.  I propose that we fix it up then grant Puerto Rico independence.  It would be better […]

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The Oklahoma City school board has voted unanimously to change the names of three schools named after Confederate generals. One of these schools is named after Oklahoma’s own Stand Watie, a Cherokee Confederate General. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog by Allan Wall, published October 26th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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