My family and I recently returned from our annual Christmastime visit to Mexico, and it was a good one. When we lived in Mexico, we would visit the U.S. at Christmastime.   Since we’ve  moved to the U.S.,  we go to Mexico at Christmastime. Millions of Mexicans residing in the U.S. visit Mexico at Christmastime, […]

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The Obama Administration continues with its unilateral illegal alien amnesty, with the full support and cooperation of the Mexican government, and others. The Mexican government  is not just supporting the amnesty verbally.   Mexico is providing documentation to help Mexican illegal aliens remain north of the border.   And nobody in our government, of either major party, […]

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Allan on January 22nd, 2015

The English language is an important unifying element of American society.  It used to be, that is.  Today,  linguistic balkanization is dividing Americans, and our own politicians (of both parties) encourage it. Think about it.  Which is easier – to keep up with lying politicians in one language, or in two or more languages? President […]

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Allan on January 19th, 2015

Each new year, statistics on Mexican crime and violence from the previous year are released and examined.   It’s a grisly business, examining statistics representing real people who were crime victims, including those who were killed. What analysts are looking for are long-term trends – which direction are the statistics heading?  And that’s not easy.  Of […]

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Oxford University is the oldest university in England and in the entire Anglosphere. Oxford University Press is the world’s largest university publisher.    This prestigious publisher has now decreed that the children’s books and schoolbooks it publishes cannot mention pigs or pork products. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, […]

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Mexico’s richest man Carlos Slim, now the world’s second richest man and sometimes the world’s richest man, is now the biggest shareholder in the New York Times.  You’d think more would be made of this, but it’s not a big deal in the media. Obviously, the New York Times itself is not going to point […]

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On January 20th, Texas Governor Rick Perry is scheduled to turn over the governorship of the state to fellow Republican Greg Abbott, who won the recent election.   Rick Perry is the longest-serving governor in the history of Texas. Recently, Governor Perry was interviewed on Newsmax, and he talked about Texas’ border with Mexico. For […]

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The Oklahoma Land Run was a unique aspect of American history, and an important part of the state of Oklahoma’s heritage. Taking place from 1889 to 1895, the land runs were races for land, in which prospective landowners raced for 160-acre farms.  If they could successfully occupy these farms for five years, they would receive […]

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In December of 2014, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro simultaneously announced the “normalization” of U.S.-Cuban relations. Despite all the hoopla, the normalization is still really a proposal and there are many details to be resolved.  And how might it affect Mexico? To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan […]

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One of the favorite rhetorical tactics of the same-sex marriage lobby is to equate same-sex marriage with the civil rights issues of the 1960s.  This is a very successful tactic, though not a fair one.   But it’s being utilized in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The states of Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas […]

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