Articles by Allan Wall Tue, 28 Oct 2014 12:07:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Navajo High School Proud to Use Redskins Mascot Tue, 28 Oct 2014 12:07:45 +0000 Amidst the governmental and media pressure against the Washington Redskins to change their mascot name, an article has appeared in the Washington Post about Red Mesa High School.

It’s a high school on the Navajo Reservation  that proudly uses the Redskins mascot for its high school football team.

Most of the faculty, student body and community support the name Redskins and don’t see a problem with it.

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Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM, October 27th, 2014.

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Mexico’s Iguala Atrocity and Its Repercussions Mon, 27 Oct 2014 14:48:40 +0000 Protests have erupted throughout Mexico calling for justice in Iguala, Guerrero, where college students were shot and others taken prisoner, their whereabouts unknown.

The repercussions of Iguala are still being felt, and the case is still not resolved.  Where are the 43 abducted students?  And who are the other bodies in the mass graves?

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Article by Allan Wall, published October 27th, 2014, on

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LA Times Says Don’t End Birthright Citizenship for Anchor Babies Mon, 27 Oct 2014 02:02:00 +0000 The United States practices the insane “anchor baby” policy in which babies born to illegal aliens are granted American citizenship.  This practice, based on a misuse of the 14th Amendment, should be abolished.

The LA Times editorial board, however, thinks the policy should continue.  So they have an editorial in favor of the continuance of said policy.

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Blog entry by Allan Wall, published Oct. 26th, 2014, on VDARE.COM.

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Supreme Court Supports Texas Voter ID Law – At Least For Now Mon, 20 Oct 2014 03:37:28 +0000 Why is Voter ID controversial in the United States?

In Mexico, for example, they have a voter registration which is superior to ours.   In many American states, voter registration is a shambles.  Yet when states try to fix this, by requiring Photo Voter ID, there is  opposition.  Why?  Why would one oppose secure Voter ID?

I suggest we follow Mexico’s example, and have government-issued Voter ID cards.   That way people couldn’t complain that they can’t obtain Photo ID.

In Texas, a Voter ID law was struck down by yet another out-of-control federal judge, but upheld, at least for this election, by a federal Circuit Court panel.

Now the U.S. Supreme Court has supported the Texas law – at least for this election.

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Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM on October 18th, 2014.

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Eva Longoria and Latino Victory Project – Victory Over Whom? Sat, 18 Oct 2014 22:31:24 +0000 “We can’t dismiss the growing population, the changing demographics  of our country.  And with that comes exciting times for everybody in America.”

Thus Eva Longoria gloatingly proclaimed, and no doubt the changing demographics are going to  be exciting.  Exciting, yes, but in what way?

Celebrity Eva Longoria  was born in Texas, and though not  a native speaker of Spanish,  is descended   from the handful of Spaniards that were in Texas in colonial days.

She’s been wildly successful and is quite wealthy.    Yet, for some reason, she doesn’t identify with the United States of America. Eva has  a big chip on her shoulder about being Hispanic.

In May of 2013, Eva Longoria completed a masters’s degree in Chicano Studies  at Cal State Northridge.

Eva Longoria has organized, along with Henry  R. Munoz  III (Democratic National Committee Finance Chairman)  the “Latino Victory Project”.

Victory?  Victory over whom?  The historic American nation?  That’s what it sounds like.

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Article by Allan Wall, published October 17th, 2014, on VDARE.COM.

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Circuit Court Panel Says Texas Can Apply Voter ID Law in Election Fri, 17 Oct 2014 20:38:54 +0000 Secure Voter ID should not be controversial.  In   Mexico, voters are required to present a government-issued Voter ID card.

Here in the U.S., however, it’s controversial. Why?

Recently a federal judge struck down the Texas Voter ID law, but now a panel of other judges have ruled that Texas can use its Voter ID system in this midterm election.

That’s good, but it doesn’t solve the underlying problem.

For the entire blog entry, click here.

Blog entry by Allan Wall, posted on VDARE.COM, October 17th, 2014.

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Within Eight Days, Two Notorious Narcos (Beltran Leyva and Carrillo Fuentes) Captured Mon, 13 Oct 2014 23:00:55 +0000 Within a period of eight days, Mexican authorities nabbed two notorious narco barons who had been at large for years: Hector Beltran Leyva of the Beltran Leyva Cartel, and Vicente Carrillo Fuentes of the Juarez Cartel.  

Both of these men headed cartels which are less powerful than they once were, but nevertheless are still part of the criminal panorama of Mexico’s cartel world.  Both men apparently thought they could avoid capture by maintaining low profiles, but in the end that didn’t work for them, and both are now in custody.

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Article by Allan Wall, published October 13th, 2014, on

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Out-Of-Control Federal Judges and Texas Voter ID Sun, 12 Oct 2014 04:44:32 +0000 The Texas Voter ID law has now been nixed by another arrogant kritarch, a “judge-ruler”, an out-of-control federal judge.

Our federal judiciary is out of control, but we’re not doing much about it.

The federal judiciary has recently forced same-sex marriage on various states which voted against it.   On the other hand, cities can blatantly violate federal law with their illegal alien sanctuary policies. That’s not a problem for the Obama administration, nor was it for the predecessor Bush administration.

The framers of the U.S. Constitution did not intend for the judiciary to become so powerful. But now it’s out of control. Congress deserves much of the blame. There are things Congress could do to rein in the judges. But Congress won’t do it. Even when the GOP controlled both chambers of Congress, they wouldn’t even try.

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Article by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM, October 11th, 2014.

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The 46th Anniversary of Mexico’s Tlatelolco Massacre Mon, 06 Oct 2014 20:54:39 +0000 October 2, 2014 marked the 46th anniversary of the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre in Mexico City, when  Mexican security forces opened fire on protesting students and killed many.

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Article by Allan Wall, published October 6th, 2014, on


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Mexican President Pena Nieto Visits New York City Sun, 05 Oct 2014 05:25:38 +0000 Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto was recently  in California (August 25th and 26th), where he hobnobbed with  Governor  Jerry Brown  and called the U.S. “The Other Mexico”.

I never read of any prominent Republican, by the way, who criticized the Mexican President’s characterization of the U.S. as  “The Other Mexico”.

Less than a month later, Pena Nieto was back on U.S. soil, this time in New York City, for the 69th General Assembly of the United Nations.

It’s always a good idea to keep tabs on  a Mexican presidente while he’s visiting the United States.  Therefore I present  a summary of Pena Nieto’s four days in the Big Apple, from September 21st to September 24th.

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Blog entry by Allan Wall, published October 4th, 2014, on cheap generic viagra 100mg.

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