Allan on October 19th, 2016

Donald Trump, to his credit, is running an English-only campaign, which means no ads in Spanish and no website en español. With Hillary, of course, that’s not the case, and the Spanish section  of her “Hillary for America” website  is quite informative, as it shows us what she wants to emphasize to Spanish-speaking voters about her immigration policies. […]

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Allan on October 18th, 2016

The American voter registration system is a shambles, and easily facilitates voter fraud. Is it a big enough problem to affect the outcome of the 2016 election? Note that Democrats get hysterical whenever a state tries to enact tighter voter registration procedures. Hmm, why is that? We ought to look at Mexico’s superior voter registration […]

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  The Pew Research Center has released a political survey of Hispanics.  There’s a lot there. The main message is that Hispanic political attitudes aren’t that different than they were four years ago. As far as the election, according to the Pew poll, of Latino registered voters, 58% are for Clinton with only 19% for […]

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Allan on October 12th, 2016

Hillary Cinton got some mileage in the first debate by recounting the saga of Alicia Machado, who was so persecuted by Donald Trump when she was Miss Universe two decades ago. But consider that Alicia Machado is from Venezuela, and went through the Venezuela beauty academy system.  Seriously, was anything Donald Trump said to her […]

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Both major political parties have taken to the production of Spanish-language campaign ads.  I totally disagree with this.   Campaigns should be run in English.  It’s the language of our country.  Campaigning in Spanish further balkanizes our nation and allows candidates to say or at least emphasize one thing in one language and another thing […]

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Gary Johnson, former New Mexico governor, is the candidate for the Libertarian Party. Well, he’s the candidate of the Libertarian Party but he’s against Freedom of Association. As for immigration, Johnson is an open borders fanatic. Which would destroy libertarianism, but he doesn’t seem to get it. And, Gary Johnson has brought in Juan Hernandez […]

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Allan on September 5th, 2016

The meeting and press conference of August 31st, 2016, in which American presidential candidate Donald Trump met privately with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and both appeared publicly, was surreal. For the entire article, click here. Article published on Mexidata.info, September 5th, 2016.

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Allan on September 1st, 2016

In the recent Rio Olympics, Puerto Rico, through the agency of tennis player Monica Puig, won its first gold medal. Congratulations Monica and Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is an autonomous U.S. territory with its own Olympic team.  This raises questions about Puerto Rican nationalism and what the island’s political destiny should be. For the full […]

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Donald Trump has been lambasted in the Mexican media since he announced his candidacy, but should he win the election, Mexico would have  to deal with a Trump Presidency. Furthermore, an  editorial in the Mexican media actually calls for Mexico to construct walls on its southeast borders with Guatemala and Belize. For the entire article, […]

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On August 9th, Republican voters of the First Congressional District have the opportunity to make history. August 9th is the scheduled date of the Republican congressional primary pitting challenger Paul Nehlen  against incumbent Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House and Open Borders Fanatic. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry posted on VDARE.COM, August […]

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