Post By James Fulford on 10/04/2007

Reapportionment, Rotten Boroughs, And Immigration

Michael Williams posted an item saying "As I pointed out in July, illegal immigrants distort our political system even when they don't vote illegally.'" Illegals could cost congressional seats Publishe...
Post By James Fulford on 03/30/2007

Three-Fifths Of An Illegal Immigrant

This Washington Post blog was pointed out as an instance of media bias by Newsbusters:WashPost: Republican Spoke 'In Anger,' Democrat Had 'Fervor of a Preacher'. They give this as an example of the imp...
Article By Steve Sailer on 12/04/2005

The Voting Rights Act: Time To Include Whites

"President Bush asked Congress Thursday to renew portions of a landmark voting rights act as he signed a measure championed by Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) to erect a statue of civil rights icon Ro...
Article By Edwin S. Rubenstein on 10/30/2004

National Data | Illegals May Elect The Next President….Legally

Federal law restricts voting in presidential elections to U.S. citizens. But the power of each citizen to determine the u...
Post By Virginia Dare on 10/15/2004

VDARE.com: 10/15/04 - Blog Articles

Reconquista (contd.): Arvin, CA's City Council Converts To Spanish [James Fulford] - 10/15/04 In Arvin, California, recently the city council head about half of its council meeting in the Spanish lang...
Article By Nathaniel Parker on 04/20/2001

Lone Star Setting?

San Jacinto Undone 165 years ago this weekend, Sam Houston's ragged force of Texians—as the original American settlers of Texas called themselves—reeling from defeat and massacre at the Alamo and Golia...
Article By James Fulford on 02/25/2001

Rotten Boroughs II: Immigration Threatens the Senate, Electoral College...

Rotten Borough I:  Immigration's Rotten Borough Dynamic... [Helpful VDARE note: "Rotten Boroughs" were districts returning members to the Brit...
Article By James Fulford on 02/23/2001

Immigration's Rotten Borough dynamic...

[Helpful VDARE note: "Rotten Boroughs" were districts returning members to the British House of Commons, prior to the democratic Great Reform Act of 1833, despite having few or even no inhabitants. As...
Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 11/06/2000

A Reader Writes On Immigration And The Electoral College

James Fulford writes: I was reading D. W. Brogan's Politics In America .He wrote that in the 1920s or 1930s a proposal was made to reduce the size of Alabama's congressional delegation to reflect the d...