In Mexican culture, the color line is sharp. The elite political class is comprised of light-skinned European-descended persons, and it is very hard for a dark Mexican to be elected presidente. In 2005 paleface Presidente Vicente Fox angered many black Americans when he said that illegals take jobs “that not even blacks want to do.” Another [...]
Ann Coulter observes that America is being irrevocably changed by immigration, and it must be stopped very soon.
She thinks Obamacare is just as bad, and makes a decent case. Perhaps, but toxic levels of immigration, particularly Mexicanization (not so much diversity) poisons major aspects of American society, not just the economy.
Only One Candidate Is Right [...]
The San Francisco Chronicle reports cheerfully that there is an increase of diverse gang-bangers having their identifying tattoos removed so they can work in regular jobs without being noticed. Naturally the taxpayers are dinged for the cost of an imagined social benefit, when in fact gang tattoos are a helpful danger sign for citizens to [...]
In all the stress about the border, Americans sometimes forget how backward Mexican society is, particularly in terms of its aversion to education and fondness for crime.
Another area of retro is Mexico’s wretched treatment of women. A few years ago, Mexico City instituted a fleet of women-only buses because Mexican men’s public abuse of women [...]
The pollsters report that this is the highest percentage ever of opposition to jackpot babies getting citizenship, a practice stemming from a misunderstanding of the 14th Amendment.
In June of 2010, Rasmussen found that 58 percent rejected anchor baby citizenship, and the recent survey revealed 65 percent against the policy, so the voters have not forgotten [...]
In Oakland, one of the persons arrested Monday during a sweep of the filthy crime-ridden Occupy zone downtown was an illegal Mexican who was then turned over to federal officials. That was the good news.
For the bad news, Francisco “Pancho” Ramos Stierle, was quickly freed on his own recognizance until his deportation hearing. Right. Who [...]
Texas Representative Poe has introduced legislation that a portion of the military equipment coming home from Iraq be transferred to the Mexican border to help with national security closer to home.
The bill is the Send Equipment for National Defense (SEND) Act, H.R. 3422.
Rep. Poe: Use Iraq military equipment to police Mexican border, The Hill, November [...]
One of my mottos in life is “You can learn a lot by making a list,” so I appreciate a good one that lays down the facts in a thorough way. The following article is a helpful accounting of what Obama has done to destroy America using his enormous powers as President.
After all, in Obama’s [...]
To say Mexico is culturally backward is to understate a Grand Canyon of diversity that is nevertheless easy to overlook. The denizens of our southern neighbor may have TV sets and dress like cowboys, but underneath a somewhat familiar exterior lies a pre-Columbian outlook among many, particularly in the countryside. Superstition correlates with lower levels [...]
Mexico’s Presidente Calderon (pictured below in the South Park style) has complained that Mexican citizens given a free trip home (courtesy of the American taxpayer) are committing crimes upon their return.
You would think he believes Mexicans have a right to be in the United States and should be allowed to stay no matter what. Such [...]
Houston reporter Greg Groogan has been doing fine work on the illegal immigration/employment connection, in particular the fraud involved in the mass hiring of unlawful foreign workers, as I noted in the blog, Mexican Corruption Observed on Houston Construction Sites.
Since Groogan’s first television report, numerous Americans have come forward to tell their own stories of [...]
Here’s another marker of the worsening failed-state syndrome next door: Mexico City admits that government authority has disappeared from the Gulf state of Veracruz, leaving it to the ultra-violent Zeta crime syndicate.
As the graphic indicates, Veracruz is not a small piece of land. At more than 30,000 square miles, it accounts for 3.7 percent of [...]