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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Allan on December 11th, 2023

Here’s my article about the recent movie Killers of the Flower Moon. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published October 23rd, 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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Many Oklahoma Indian tribes issue their own license plates.  Having those license plates is now becoming a license to get out of paying tolls on Oklahoma turnpikes. And this is not even directly related to Oklahoma’s McGirt fiasco, although it could be exacerbated by it. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan […]

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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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In May of 2023, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, yet another of those white Mexicans, visited Oklahoma and Florida, both of which have Republican governors. Not only did he attend the opening of a consulate in Oklahoma City, in Florida, Ebrard openly campaigned against the state’s new immigration laws that require, among other things, employers to use E-Verify.  For the entire article, […]

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By statehood in 1907, all Indian reservations in Oklahoma were abolished. But the Supreme Court’s McGirt decision in 2020 declared that the Creek reservation is still, at least for criminal law purposes, a reservation. This was expanded to also refer to the Cherokee, Seminole, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Quapaw tribes, which are now also said to have reservations.  […]

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Donors to the University of Oklahoma are waking up and noticing that the university (like many others) is going off the rails. And they are ending their donations, at least for now. Good for them, more donors need to do so, in many universities. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published […]

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The Indianapolis Indians are a minor league baseball team, a farm team of the Pittsburgh Pirates. So with all the talk about team mascots with American Indian names, this of course becomes an issue. The Indians of Indianapolis have decided, for now anyway, to retain the name, and they’ve made a deal with an Indiana […]

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In a recent Oklahoma court case, the McGirt precedent did not apply to the Kickapoo Tribe. At least not for now For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 21st, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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