Puerto Rico

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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The latest installment of the Said in Spanish series includes information about the DREAMers and Mexico, a Puerto Rican astrologer’s election prediction, a diver in the Olympics and Gaspar Orozco’s declaration that Trump must be stopped. For the full article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published August 23rd, 2016, on VDARE.COM.

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Besides all the other outrageous situations  on the illegal invasion front, it’s been discovered that  illegal aliens are utilizing phony Puerto Rican birth certificates to obtain U.S. documents.     It’s really no big surprise, when you think about it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 5th, […]

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Poor Jeb.  Jeb thinks that he can be the “Hispanic Candidate”.  But among Hispanic Republicans, Jeb is trailing Donald Trump! Jeb thinks his support for Puerto Rican statehood, and Puerto Rican bankruptcy relief are going to win him votes. But in Iowa, it’s not working.  It doesn’t look like such positions are gaining support among […]

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Jeb Bush has still not officially announced his candidacy but it’s obvious he’s a candidate.   Jeb recently made a trip to Puerto Rico where he involved himself in the debate over the island’s future.  Jeb supports Puerto Rican statehood. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published on May 14th, 2015 […]

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Besides the complexities of the Puerto Rico Status Question,  there’s another important question that must be asked in the meantime. How does Puerto Rico fit into our overall immigration system? This is not a reference to the status of Puerto Ricans themselves, who are U.S. citizens, but of non-U.S. citizens who may enter the U.S. […]

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Allan on November 28th, 2012

The Puerto Rican plebiscite, held on November 6th (the same day Barack Obama won his second term to the U.S. presidency) was historic in that, for the first time in history,  the statehood position won. So should we just accept Puerto Rican statehood?   How about the flag, how would 51 stars be portrayed?  ( Click […]

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Allan on August 26th, 2012

The 2012 Olympic Games, held in London, have ended.   Over 200 teams competed, and one of them was the Puerto Rican team.   Puerto Rico, though it is a U.S. territory, has had its own Olympic team since 1948.  This year’s Puerto Rican team brought home two medals, which taking into consideration Puerto Rico’s population (less than […]

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Recently on VDARE.com, I discussed the Puerto Rican question in an article entitled ¡Viva Puerto Rico Libre! Free Puerto Rico (and the U.S.) Now! My position is that Puerto Rico is a distinct society and should not become the 51st state of the U.S.A.    Instead, it should be granted its independence. My column received a […]

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Allan on February 12th, 2012

Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul all apparently agree on one thing: if Puerto Rico votes for U.S. statehood, it should become a U.S. state. Which may be about to happen. In late December of 2011, Puerto Rico’s governor Luis Fortuno signed legislation authorizing a referendum on Puerto Rico’s status,  to be held on […]

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