Virginia

Allan on October 1st, 2020

In July, my family and I traveled in the South (from North Carolina in the east to Texas in the west) for half the month (in three separate trips). Here is some of what we saw, and how it relates to the National Question and today’s situation. For the entire article, click here. Article by […]

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Allan on August 8th, 2020

The House Democrats voted to remove a number of statues from the U.S. Capitol building, and 72 Republicans voted along with them. And, AOC has expressed what bothers her about the statues. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published August 7th, 2020, on VDARE.COM.

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NASCAR is considered an all-American, Southern-based racing sport, and up until now has not allowed its drivers and pit crews to kneel in protest during the U.S. flag salute. Well, that’s been changed. NASCAR publicly banned the Confederate flag at its races, and it sneakily permitted drivers and pit crews to kneel in protest during […]

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Culpeper, Virginia, is a town with some history, but nowadays its the place where a twice-deported illegal alien infected two cops with coronavirus and was released. Why do we allow this sort of thing? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published May 7th, 2020, on VDARE.COM.

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The Virginia General Assembly recently celebrated its four hundredth anniversary, having been founded in 1619 at Jamestown, where America began. Besides being the oldest legislative body in the Western Hemisphere, this lawmaking body is an important, formative part of American history. It served under three national governments: The British Empire, the Confederate States of America […]

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A recent media craze is the hysteria over old school yearbooks.   You can now have your career endangered because of something in a decades’ old yearbook. Now, a group in Virginia  is collecting money to pay college students to go through old yearbooks to find things that are “racist”. Where will this lead?   Will anybody […]

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The latest Said in Spanish series discusses: 1. The Mexican Foreign Ministry complains about a group of Americans protesting in front of a Mexican consulate. 2. A concert tour to allow some DREAMers in for free. 3. Flyers scare off employees and customers of a Mexican restaurant. 4. Carlos Sada visits California. 5.  A Latino […]

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A tie vote in a Virginia legislative district leads some to ask: Are illegal voters to blame? And I would ask, Why  not  adopt a Mexican-style voter registration system? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published December 24th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on July 27th, 2015

Virginia is where America began.   The Jamestown colony founded in 1607 was the first of the 13 English colonies which became the United States of America.   The state is the birthplace of 8 presidents, and I’m proud to say that the Wall family  is of colonial Virginia stock. Now Virginia is being transformed into a Third World […]

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