Politics

What are they saying in the Spanish-language media about U.S. immigration policy and the National Question? After I moved to Mexico and began reading the Mexican media on a regular basis, I learned how they really look at emigration from Mexico to the United States and how they view the status of American citizens of […]

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Allan on June 19th, 2015

Donald Trump has officially entered the race for the White House with a bang, and his introductory speech has already ruffled feathers in Mexico. Mexican government officials were quick to criticize Trump’s speech.  That’s not surprising, as the Mexican political and media class pay close attention to immigration-related politics north of the border. But what […]

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Allan on June 16th, 2015

Magna Carta is now 800 years old.  The document was signed at Runnymede, near Windsor, in England, on June 15th, 2015. That’s 800 years. Magna Carta is important in the development of English constitutional law and is thus a predecessor document to the U.S. Constitution. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by […]

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Allan on May 30th, 2015

Columba is the Mexican-born wife of Jeb Bush.   It’s hoped that she will help her husband win a bigger chunk of that elusive-but-just-around-the-corner Hispanic vote.   And if Jeb wins, she would be the first Hispanic First Lady. We’re also told that Columba is a very private person, hates politics, and is not comfortable speaking […]

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The Numbers USA organization has an evaluation system which grades presidential candidates on immigration.   There are currently twenty candidates in the system, each receiving a letter grade based upon the candidate’s  immigration positions. The highest grade was received by Rick Santorum, the only candidate with an A.  The second-highest was a B+ given to […]

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Allan on May 20th, 2015

Scott Walker visited Capitol Hill, meeting with members of Congress and leading Republicans.   in these meetings, Walker impressed people.  But how is Walker going to be on immigration?  Is Walker reliable? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published May 20th, 2015 on VDARE.COM.

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Jeb Bush has still not officially announced his candidacy but it’s obvious he’s a candidate.   Jeb recently made a trip to Puerto Rico where he involved himself in the debate over the island’s future.  Jeb supports Puerto Rican statehood. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published on May 14th, 2015 […]

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Among the necessary immigration reforms our country needs is to close up the anchor baby loophole. This is the insane policy wherein the children of illegal aliens are granted automatic citizenship.   It’s a bad policy which ought to be changed as soon as possible. There is a bill in each chamber of Congress to […]

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Since the Bible never endorses an amnesty for illegal aliens, saying that it does requires some – how shall we say? – creative hermeneutics.   But open boosters don’t shy away from doing so. The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference held a conference in Houston, and guess what, amnesty was on the agenda.  Even a […]

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On April 28th,2015, the U.S. Supreme Court heard  arguments on the controversial topic of same-sex marriage. This could result in the radical innovation of gay marriage being forced upon the entire United States, including those states which have not yet been forced to accept it. There are actually five cases to be heard, and they […]

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