Hispanic Culture

Allan on August 31st, 2019

The growth of the Hispanic population in the United States has been much-discussed in the media. Are Hispanics assimilating? Are they becoming Americans? Do they have the same interests as other Americans? Those are more controversial questions, and are questions that one can get into trouble for asking. And yet, they should be asked, and […]

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Effective July 10th, 2017, the National Council of La Raza changed its name to UnidosUS. Why did they change it, and how will this change the organization? And what is the ideology of La Raza (the Race)? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published on July 31st, 2017 on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on July 26th, 2017

INEGI, the  Mexican census bureau, recently did a study and discovered that lighter-skinned Mexicans, on average, earn more than darker-skinned Mexicans. I could have told them that. There is a definite racial hierarchy in Mexico.  The higher you go up the socioeconomic ladder, the whiter are the Mexicans.  The lower you go, the darker are […]

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The lastest Said in Spanish installment features: I. Dual citizen Kate del Castillo giving advice to illegal aliens. II. An app for DREAMers, developed by a DREAMer with financing from the Mexican government III. The América thing IV.  Roger Waters slamming Trump V. A comment on Excelsior‘s website For the entire article, click, here. Article […]

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My latest Said in Spanish: I.    Trump burned in effigy as part of the Quema de Judas custom. II.     A GOP representative in Mexico and what he says. III.   Residente, Puerto Rican singer IV.   SPLC Map in Mexico V.    What the Mexican Foreign Ministry said about two deportees. For […]

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Allan on April 29th, 2017

Easter Sunday of 2017 was celebrated worldwide by all branches of Christendom on April 16th.  In Mexico, the Easter season brings with it a wide variety of traditional regional observances which are important religiously, culturally, socially and even economically. For the entire article, click, here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 24th, 2017, on Mexidata.info.

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Allan on February 1st, 2016

The Mainstream Media goes on and on about the “Hispanic Vote” (or the “Latino Vote” if you prefer). Does that mean that Hispanics have different interests than other Americans?  That’s an important question. Also, how monolithic is this “Hispanic Vote”? How about the differences between Mexican-Americans and Cuban-Americans? For the entire article, click here. Article […]

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My latest Spanish-language roundup includes, of course, some Trump-bashing, Day of the Dead, a declared candidate for the Democratic nomination, and a “Tijuana Time Bomb”. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published November 8th, 2015, on VDARE.COM.  

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Here’s a roundup of news from Spanish-language media.   The Trump-bashing continues of course.   The ´proposal to abolish current automatic  birthright citizenship has attracted attention. And I ran across an interesting article on what Latinos in the United States miss about Latin America. For the entire article click here. Article by Allan Wall, published […]

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The Mexican chattering class has been known to call Americans “racist”, especially when there is  talk about controlling the border, which is something Mexicans don’t want us to do. Meanwhile, south of the border,  a white Mexican official was revealed as having mocked an indigenous Mexican leader, and the official kept his job.  Just imagine […]

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