Politics

Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who is also a Democratic presidential Candidate, has along with Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island, proposal a low to combat foreign meddling in U.S. elections. A statement from Reed indicates that what they really have in mind is Russian meddling. I don’t want the Russians meddling in our elections […]

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Pete D’Abrasco has announced a challenge to incumbent Republican congressman David Rouzer of North Carolina’s 7th District. D’Abrasco’s campaign press release called for a ten-year moratorium on immigration. Good call. Even if he doesn’t win (and it’s hard to beat an incumbent), D’Abrasco can bring this proposal before the public. For the entire blog entry, […]

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There was a big dustup in Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory in the Caribbean. Governor Ricardo “Ricky” Rosello has resigned under duress. The resignation is effective on August 2nd. To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published July 28th, 2019, on VDARE.COM.

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Outside elite circles, many ordinary American families are living paycheck to paycheck.  I know my family does.  Even the Washington Post noticed this fact.  So why do we need to import more immigrants? Why do we need more cheap labor? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published December 30th, 2018, […]

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President Trump has failed to secure the U.S. border with Mexico. I hate to say it, but it’s true. Yes, I know there are a many forces in our elite society working against Trump – the media, the Democrats, some of our federal judges, some people in his own administration. But Trump has not handled […]

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Allan on May 16th, 2019

Republicans been told that they can’t be restrictive on immigration because of the Hispanic Vote. Most Hispanics aren’t going to vote for the GOP no matter what the party does. But even in the Trump Era, there is a significant minority of the Hispanic Vote that does vote Republican. For the entire article, click here. […]

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Google Translate has its uses, but it’s not good for beginning Spanish students. It now appears that Democratic party presidential campaigns have been using Google Translate a lot to produce their Spanish-language websites.  A Politico article discusses this. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published April 10th, 2019, on […]

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Allan on April 10th, 2019

The Puerto Rican question arises again. In Congress, a proposal for rapid Puerto Rican statehood has been introduced. A recent National Review piece called for Puerto Rican statehood, with a bizarre justification for it.  In all fairness to National Review, they did allow a rebuttal to be published a few days later. As for myself, […]

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So-called “sanctuary cities” are American cities which have governments that defy U.S. immigration law.  How do they get away with it? What would happen if a U.S. county defied American law on same-sex marriage? Well, some U.S. counties, municipalities and even a few states are making rules to defy potential  federal government gun-grabbing. For the […]

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It’s hard to say who to root against on this one.  Maybe just sit back and watch. Professional Hispanic Commentator Ruben Navarette, Jr.  is complaining about Beto O’Rourke, claiming Spanish-language Beto’s nickname and campaign is trying to deceive Latinos into thinking that Beto is one of them or at least closely connected to them. For […]

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