Today was the primary election in California, and we voters in Alameda County had even more diversity to bear, er celebrate.
I snapped the photo below at my local polling station, which shows two new languages added to ballots by federal law, Vietnamese and Tagalog, even though immigrants are supposed to understand and speak English to [...]
In the Lone Star State, the idea of conducting a debate in Spanish for the position of United States Senator has been proposed by Republican David Dewhurst, the current Lt. Governor.
Opponent for the R-nomination Ted Cruz demurred, but in a way that is not reassuring for friends of traditional American culture.
Cruz is supposed to be [...]
In North Dakota, Omar Mohamed Kalmio, a Somali national, is in jail, accused of murdering his girlfriend Sabrina Zephier, her mother, brother and the mother’s boyfriend.
Kalmio made a court appearance last Tuesday, where it was noted that the murders occurred at two different residences, suggesting the Somali killed his girlfriend, then travelled across town to [...]
From Belgium, we have another example of why the culture of hostile Muslims does not work in the West.
When a burqa-covered Muslim woman was asked for identification in Brussels, she head-butted a female police officer and broke her nose. Face coverings are not permitted on Belgian streets.
The burqa then contacted her co-religionists, more than a [...]
Thoughtful columnist Robert Samuelson recently posed some questions about the silly idea of universal college education and its corrosive effect on preparing young people for future gainful employment.
It is indeed curious that so much of K-12 is geared toward sending all the kiddies on to the big university when only 30 percent of Americans have [...]
Everybody like their own tribe the best, because that preference is hard-wired in the human psyche for reasons of safety. Despite liberals’ persistent efforts to convince us that even the diversity of illegal immigration should be celebrated, home towners all over the world remain unconvinced, as indicated by a Pew survey showing that increased immigration was [...]
It’s been disappointing to see the issue of sex-selection abortion debated with such dishonesty, where the cultural background of the practitioners has been omitted, presumably because of political correctness. In doing so, the discussion maligns American women, who do not as a matter of culture engage in sex-selection abortion.
Aborting female fetuses is an accepted custom [...]
Swiss citizens have at times shown less interest than many Europeans in PC celebrations of diversity, as demonstrated by their voting against minaret construction (pictured below) and for deporting criminal aliens.
The latest is a neighborhood watch strategy moved to the next level by active observation of foreign criminals particularly asylum seekers, who are responsible for [...]
Newbie Mexicans have a habit of enforcing the primacy of their home culture among hispanics who reside in this country. In the dear homeland, for example, Spanish speakers look down on indigenous Mexicans who speak Triqui, Nahuatl and other tribal languages, and they bring that ethnic discrimination with them when they hop the border to [...]
We residents of the Bay Area love our unique landmark. The bridge never fails to inspire with its beautiful form and how it frames natural vistas of land meeting ocean.
The Chronicle has posted its photo archive of bridge pictures here.
One little-known fact about the bridge is how it was financed. The project was planned during [...]
The Census released an interesting paper on Thursday, The Population With a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2006–2010.
Reuters had a little blurb, which highlighted the smart, successful groups:
Asians lead U.S. in college degrees: Census, Reuters, May 24, 2012
Asians are the most highly educated group of Americans, with more than half with [...]