Ethnic Identity Politics

President Trump delivered the 2019 State of the Union address, and Stacey Abrams delivered the Democratic response. Well, the English-language Democratic response. There was also a Spanish-language Democratic response, although technically it wasn’t a “response” as it was released before Trump even spoke.   But no matter, we already know the Democrats are against Trump. But […]

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Allan on January 14th, 2019

On January 3rd, 2019, the 116th Congress was installed.  It has been  as a more diverse Congress, with many “firsts”. But does that mean it will govern better? From Trump’s view, the Democratic-controlled House does not bode well. It looks to be a tough two years. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan […]

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Allan on October 15th, 2018

The 2018 California Senatorial election pits Kevin de Leon against long-time incumbent Dianne Feinstein. Like Barack Obama, Kevin de Leon is a far-left mixed-race politician with daddy issues, identifying with the father who abandoned him. Kevin de Leon is an open borders Hispanic activist with a post-American agenda, who wants open borders.  And if he […]

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Allan on November 22nd, 2017

Can you name a left-wing mixed-race politicians with daddy issues and a  racial animus towards the historic American nation? Barack Obama.  Yes, of course.  But there’s a younger politician who also fits that description, and who is moving up. Kevin de León (born Kevin Leon) is the leader of the California Senate, and  a big […]

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Allan on October 25th, 2017

What is Mexican gun law like?  How effective is it?  And how will mass immigration and the growing Hispanicization of the United States change American gun law? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published October 15th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on September 29th, 2017

As multiculturalism becomes the be-all and end-all of our entire  society,   we see and hear of more and more bizarre controversies over subjects which wouldn’t even have been noticed just a few years  ago. Case in point – a recent media-promoted imbroglio at Lipscomb University, stemming from  a cotton centerpiece. For the entire article, click […]

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The importance of the Hispanic Vote and of using the Spanish language in political campaigns became conventional wisdom in U.S. politics. But in his recent election victory, Donald Trump won with a campaign that did not produce campaign ads in Spanish and didn’t even have a Spanish-language section on the campaign website. Nevertheless, Trump appears […]

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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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Don’t suppose that simply because Obama has just a few more months to go in office, that he considers himself a “lame duck”. On the contrary, it looks like Obama plans to keep on transforming America until his term ends.   And why not, the Republican-led Congress almost always lets him have his way. Now […]

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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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