The 2023 Miss Universe Pageant is scheduled for November 18th in El Salvador.  Unsurprisingly, Melissa Flores, this year’s Miss Mexico, is a Euro-Mexican. Meanwhile, in the Dominican Republic, MIss Dominican Republic Mariana Downing, has been criticized because English, not Spanish, is her dominant language. And the Dominican Republic is a Spanish-speaking country. For the entire […]

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Allan on August 11th, 2023

A new law, SB 1718/Chapter No. 2023-40, took effect in Florida on July 1st. This law clamps down on illegal immigration by, among other things, requiring all businesses employing 25 or more workers to use E-Verify to confirm that an employee is legal to work. The New York Times sent Miriam Jordan to the Sunshine State to see what’s going […]

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In Florida, on July 1, a new law, SB 1718/Chapter No. 2023-40, cracking down on the employment of illegal aliens, took effect. A recent article by Axel Turcios for Scripps News tries to scare the reader into thinking that this is a Bad Thing.    For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by […]

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In Florida, on July 1, a new law, SB 1718/Chapter No. 2023-40, came into effect. Among other things, it would require employers to use E-Verify and penalize those who transport illegals into Florida. [Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Strongest Anti-Illegal Immigration Legislation in the Country to Combat Biden’s Border Crisis, FLgov.com, May 10, 2023]. Unsurprisingly, this law is […]

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Allan on June 16th, 2023

The case against Trump is not the only thing going on in Florida.  The Sunshine State is also the scene of an open attempt by the Mexican government to meddle in state politics. The issue in question is a new law, known as SB 1718 or  Chapter No. 2023-40 .  Among other things, the law  requires […]

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Allan on June 15th, 2023

Phillip M. Carter, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Florida International University, says that a new, Spanish-influenced dialect of English is emerging in South Florida.  For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 14th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on June 12th, 2023

ABC News recently proclaimed, “Unlawful southern border entries down 70% from record highs since end of Title 42.” That seems to be the consensus of the media and Biden administration (or do I repeat myself?) However, if you look at the big picture, you see that the Biden Border Rush is continuing. But it’s diversifying. For the […]

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Florida recently passed a law, signed by Governor DeSantis and scheduled to take effect July 1st, which prohibits bringing illegal aliens into the state or allowing them to take jobs. That sounds totally reasonable to me, but the Mexican government doesn’t like it. Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, known by the initials AMLO, had […]

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This past week, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, who might be Mexico’s next president, visited several states in the U.S.A., including Oklahoma and Florida, both which have Republican governors. Let’s see what Ebrard did there… For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published May 27th, 2023, on VDARE.COM. NOTE: The title of […]

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Florida has a new law, passed by its legislature and signed by Governor DeSantis which is receiving a lot of attention in the media.  It’s SB 1718, now Chapter No. 2023-40, which requires employers to use E-Verify and penalizes those who transport illegals into Florida, among other things. The law hasn’t yet taken effect—it’s scheduled to […]

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