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Queen Elizabeth II has recently died, passing the crown to her son Charles III. Elizabeth was a regal presence, she carried herself exactly as a queen is expected to do. There are many admirable things about Queen Elizabeth. And yet, here’s the paradox. Her 70-year reign coincides with the drastic decline of Great Britain. Why […]

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Allan on September 22nd, 2022

The recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, after a 70-year reign, is the end of an era. Queen Elizabeth was a real globetrotter who traveled on state visits across the globe. Twice, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip visited Mexico, in 1975 and 1983. Here are some highlights of those visits… For the entire article, click […]

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On July 27, 2022, an interesting hearing was held in the U.S. Senate. The topic at hand was the controversy over the Oklahoma Descendants of Freedmen, pitting certain blacks against certain Indian tribes which had owned their ancestors.    For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published August 22nd, 2022, on VDARE.COM.

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Two years ago, the Supreme Court imposed a revolutionary ruling on the state of Oklahoma, and it’s still unraveling. In McGirt v. Oklahoma, and its companion case Sharp v. Murphy, the Supreme Court decreed that the Creek (Muscogee) Indian reservation had never been abolished and still exists. That understanding was expanded to declare that the […]

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Until recently, the Hindu caste system was not an issue in the United States. Now, as a result of mass immigration from South Asia, this cultural hierarchy has been imported into our country and we have to deal with it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 10th, […]

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The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson (BoJo) has announced his government plans to allow shops to use traditional weights and measures rather than those of the metric system. Ounces, pounds, quarts, pints, bushels, miles, feet, inches, yards, etc., go way back. They developed from weights and measures used by Teutonic tribes and ancient Romans […]

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It’s 2021, and it’s the 400th anniversary of the First Thanksgiving at Plymouth Colony in 1621. From 1621 to 2021 is four hundred years. Happy Thanksgiving! For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published November 24th, 2021, on the US Incorporated website.

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Allan on November 20th, 2021

North Carolina is a great state to visit. There is a lot to see there and a lot of history. Nowadays, North Carolina’s heritage is under attack. To read the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published November 19th, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on October 12th, 2021

Columbus is one of the most honored men in the United States, but in recent decades there’s been a concerted attack on Columbus and his legacy. What’s really going on here? For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published October 12th, 2021, at US Incorporated.

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Allan on September 29th, 2021

On September 27th, 2021, Mexico celebrated its bicentennial of independence. That’s distinct from the bicentennial/centennial celebration of 2010, which celebrated the bicentennial of the beginning of the movement that developed into the independence movement, and the centennial of the Mexican Revolution. The September 27th date is the bicentennial of the entry into Mexico City of […]

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