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  • Comanches
    Philipp Meyer pens epic saga of Republic of Texas
    "The Son' (Ecco, $27.99), by Philipp Meyer, spans a century in Texas history through the interwoven narrative of three generations of Texans.The story begins with the birth of Eli McCollough in the new Republic of Texas in 1836. He was...
  • Birth rate plummeting among immigrant women
    Birth rate plummeting among immigrant women
    Los Angeles has a large immigrant population; many of them are Hispanics. According to a new study by the nonpartisan Pew center, which was released on November 29, the recent recession is the driving force behind the sharp decrease in births...
  • Mexicans
    Racial resentment: The differing standards for whites and non-whites
    Whenever Progressives scream racism, you can be rest assured they are referring to a white person. The anti-racist agenda thus has nothing to do with abolishing racism.A simple test for determining whether a Progressive truly opposes racism is to...
  • Random illegals protesting for their "rights"
    Why Neil Munroe isn’t a hypocrite
    Daily Caller journalist Neil Munroe has been smeared as a hypocrite by left wing media sources who claim that as an Irish immigrant and a non-U.S. citizen, Munroe had no right to ask President Barack Obama, “why’d you favor foreigners...
  • PBS to premiere documentary about Latinos
    PBS to premiere documentary about Latinos
    Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, PBS has announced its next project, a six hour documentary series about Latinos in America, set to premiere next year. The documentary has apparently been in the works for several years and not a moment too soon as...
  • Rosca de Reyes
    Mexicans in San Diego keep Tres Reyes Magos tradition alive
    Although in Tijuana and the rest of Mexico the Día de los Tres Reyes Magos, or Three Wise Men Day, is a very important day, among Mexican immigrants in San Diego the holiday is not as popular.Maybe it is because many immigrants try to assimilate...
  • Robert Rosas
    Mexican Aliens attack Border Patrol Agents in San Diego; One Alien Killed
    Updated: 1:00 p.m. A Border Patrol agent shot and killed a presumed Mexican illegal alien Tuesday evening in San Diego, about 1.6 miles west of the San Ysidro port of entry.Details are sketchy at this time, but it appears that three illegal aliens...
  • A history of U.S. and Mexican immigration policy
    If it wasn't for the economy immigration would be on the front burner and on the lips of every American. It would be on the front pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post. However, for now, it is a second page story. A hot button...