Iraq

My wife and son and I recently went to the border and saw the segments of the border barrier. If only the border wall could be completed. Too bad our current administration has a different policy. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 6th, 2021, on US Incorporated.

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Allan on May 30th, 2021

My first VDARE article was published twenty years ago, on May 30th, 2001. Now it’s May 30th, 2021. Here is a retrospective of the past twenty years writing for VDARE. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published May 29th, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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Internet censorship by Big Tech companies is a big problem, a threat to our freedom of speech and our ability to organize politically. Just look at the lead-up to the 2020 U.S. election, in which Big Tech carefully managed the flow of information to favor one candidate. What should be done about it? It’s interesting […]

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We need a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border.  One way is to have the U.S. Military build it. Why not?  Isn’t it the military’s job to protect the country? The U.S. military could construct a wall, or fence or some kind of barrier on the border. When I was in Iraq in 2005, I was […]

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Allan on November 19th, 2018

The Honduran “caravan” has arrived to Tijuana, a Mexico city on the border, across from San Diego. And there have been protests, as many Tijuana residents oppose the presence of the Hondurans, who, they fear, will wind up staying in Tijuana. So what should the United States do?  Why won’t we really secure our border?  […]

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Allan on December 27th, 2014

In 2005, I was deployed to Iraq with the Texas Army National Guard, 36th Infantry Division. Our unit was sent to Iraq two years after the initial invasion. In 2005, the American and coalition troops deployed there were engaged in various aspects of what could be described as occupation duty. Iraq had plenty of violence […]

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Allan on June 19th, 2014

It looks like Iraq is breaking up.   Either Iraq breaks up, or it takes a lot of force to keep it together. I served a tour of duty in Iraq in 2005, with the Texas Army National Guard.  I befriended some Iraqis over there.   How are  they are doing now? The Iraq situation […]

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