The vaquita, an aquatic mammal which only exists in one small area of Mexico, is on the verge of extinction.  Can it still be saved? The vaquita, which in Spanish means “little cow,” is a type of porpoise endemic to Mexico. It’s the smallest and rarest type of porpoise.  Its scientific name is Phocoena sinus. For […]

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What are they saying in the Spanish-language media about U.S. immigration policy and the National Question? After I moved to Mexico and began reading the Mexican media on a regular basis, I learned how they really look at emigration from Mexico to the United States and how they view the status of American citizens of […]

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Allan on June 22nd, 2015

Mexico held its mid-term elections on June 7th, 2015. This election completely replaced the entire 500 seat Cámara de Diputados (Mexican equivalent of our House of Representatives) with completely new representatives.  The new representatives are to take office on September 1st. The Mexican Senate was not up for a vote in this mid-term, as all […]

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Allan on June 20th, 2015

There was an outcry in Mexico over Donald Trump’s speech, and now an entrepeneur in a Mexican border city is making Donald Trump pinatas. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM, June 20th, 2015.

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Allan on June 19th, 2015

Donald Trump has officially entered the race for the White House with a bang, and his introductory speech has already ruffled feathers in Mexico. Mexican government officials were quick to criticize Trump’s speech.  That’s not surprising, as the Mexican political and media class pay close attention to immigration-related politics north of the border. But what […]

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Allan on June 16th, 2015

Magna Carta is now 800 years old.  The document was signed at Runnymede, near Windsor, in England, on June 15th, 2015. That’s 800 years. Magna Carta is important in the development of English constitutional law and is thus a predecessor document to the U.S. Constitution. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by […]

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Allan on June 15th, 2015

Mexican voters went to the polls on June 7th, 2015 for mid-term elections. The entire 500 seat Cámara de Diputados (the Mexican equivalent of our House of Representatives) was up for grabs, as nobody currently in that body can be reelected. There were also elections in various states for governors, mayors and state legislatures. For […]

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The leaders of the  Southern Baptist Church, America’s largest Protestant denomination, have gotten themselves into a tizzy over the supposed lack of diversity in their denomination. What’s the real issue here, from a Christian perspective? The Christian religion is both universal and particular. Christianity is a universal religion. It’s for  all those who believe in […]

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Allan on June 3rd, 2015

On the morning of May 25th, the Mexican border city of Ciudad Acuna (across the Rio Grande from Del Rio, Texas) was hit by a tornado with wind speed reaching up to 137 mph. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, publlished June 1st, 2015, on

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Allan on June 1st, 2015

In Nashville, Tennessee, six schools are scheduled to have  Arabic classes in the fall semester. Is it good or bad to teach Arabic in an American high school? It depends on why it’s being taught and how it’s being taught. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published on VDARE.COM,  May […]

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