Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 05/29/2001

Today's Letter: A Reader Eavesdrops On Vicente Fox's Weekly Radio Address

NOTE: PLEASE say if you DON'T want your name and/or email address published when sending VDARE email.From: A New York Reader Like BabyBush, Vicente Fox gives a weekly radio address.  Also like BabyBush...
Article By Sam Francis on 05/29/2001

New Anti-Immigration Strategy Surrenders Ground To The Left...

"Remember the immigration debate of the '90s?" asks National ...
Article By Sam Francis on 05/28/2001

Mexican Government Sends Illegal Immigrants To Death—Knowingly

Antiquarians may recall that, long ago in April, two high Mexican government officials came to the United States and boasted of how much they were going...
Article By Chilton Williamson on 05/26/2001

Memorializing…Guess What?

This year, columnist George Will marks Memorial Day (which he reminds us used to be called Decoration Day) by felicitating especially immigrant communities in the United States.  "Many ardent patriots,...
Article By Steve Sailer on 05/25/2001

Pondering Patterson [II]: OK, How White Are Hispanics?

Pondering Patterson Series [I ], [ II ], [ III], [ IV ], [V] [VI]Is Orlando Patterson correct in saying in The NY Times that half of all Hispanics resident in the U.S. are actually white (as the term ...
Article By Sam Francis on 05/24/2001

Abolishing America (contd.): Iowa's Options - "Diversity" Or "Hate"?

The debate over immigration may have smothered in its cradle in Washington and national politics, but in more real places it's still alive and kicking.  One such place is Iowa, which for the last nine ...
Letter By VDARE.com Reader on 05/23/2001

A Jewish Reader Worries about that Gilmore Proclamation; VDARE Comments.

NOTE: PLEASE say if you DON'T want your name and/or email address published when sending VDARE email.From:  Wolfgang ZernikSam Francis' article about "European American Heritage Month" was generally we...
Article By James Fulford on 05/23/2001

Immigration Myths (contd.): The Statue of Immigration, or Liberty Inviting the World

Everything has its opposite and just as for the Battle Hymn of the Republic there's The Bonny Blue Flag, or for Lillibulero there's The Wearing of the Green, the sonnet on a small plaque inside the p...
Article By James Fulford on 05/23/2001

Unguarded Gates, By Thomas Bailey Aldrich

UNGUARDED GATES by Thomas Bailey Aldrich 1895 WIDE open and unguarded stand our gates, Named of the four winds, North, South, East, and West; Portals that lead to an enchanted land Of cities, forests, ...
Article By Steve Sailer on 05/22/2001

Pondering Patterson [I]: Defining Away Demography

Pondering Patterson Series [I ], [ II ], [ III], [ IV ], [V] [VI] VDARE note: we thought this was going to be the first of six articles, but Steve is still working on his conclusion. "In recent weeks,...