National Question

Allan on February 16th, 2024

Mexico is our next-door neighbor but it seems many Americans are not well-informed about it. Wrong and outdated impressions of Mexico affect our policymakers as well. This is particularly true regarding border and immigration policy. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published February 15th, 2024, on Border Hawk Blog.

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The National Park Service recently decided to remove a statue of William Penn, founder of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, from a park in Philadelphia. But apparently owing to the outcry, this plan was canceled.  Now for some fallout from the cancellation of the cancellation. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January […]

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William Penn founded Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. But the Biden administration was going to cancel Penn by removing his statue from a park. See my blog entry explaining that here. But then, suddenly, the cancellation has, thankfully, been cancelled. See the National Park Service announcement about that here. So Penn’s statue stays in the park. Allan […]

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Allan on December 22nd, 2023

The Ozarks, a 47,000 square-mile  region in southern Missouri, northern Arkansas, part of eastern Oklahoma and the southeast corner of Kansas, is a unique, distinctive and picturesque region. Like the rest of the country, it’s undergoing ideological and demographic change. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published December 14th, 2023, on […]

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One of our country’s most insane policies is that of automatic birthright citizenship for babies born to illegal aliens on U.S. soil. People in the Third World certainly know about this policy and take advantage of it. The policy’s defenders assert that it’s in the Constitution and it would be a great injustice to change. […]

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Allan on December 14th, 2023

A presidential candidate recently visited Los Angeles, California, and made some big promises. No, I’m not referring to Biden or Trump, or any other American candidate, but to Claudia Sheinbaum of the MORENA party. She’s a Mexican presidential candidate and is currently ahead in the polls. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry […]

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Allan on December 10th, 2023

Information from the 2020 census is now being released. There’s plenty of material of interest. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September 29th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on December 9th, 2023

Confederate statues should be taken down, we’ve been told, because the Confederates were ”traitors” and ”losers.” Confederate statues were canaries in the coal mine. Now all American history, and with it the legitimacy of the American nation, is under attack. A recent target: General “Mad Anthony” Wayne of the Revolutionary and Indian Wars. For the […]

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McGirt doctrine returns to the Supreme Court where it began, only to be bounced back down. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published August 12th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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In 2020, the Supreme Court handed down an extremely misguided decision, McGirt v. Oklahoma, which wound up having over 40% of the state’s territory being considered Indian reservation land.  (For more information, see my McGirt file here.) It’s absolutely ridiculous to consider Tulsa, Oklahoma, as Indian reservation land. And now, the Tenth Circuit has ruled that […]

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