Nuevo Orleans Under Mexican Occupation
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Here's a food update from New Orleans, and they're talking about tacos, not gumbo or boudin.

NEW ORLEANS - For proof that Hurricane Katrina is transforming the ethnic flavor of New Orleans – and creating altogether new tensions – look no further than the taco trucks. The trucks are a common sight in barrios from Los Angeles to New York, but controversial in a city still adapting to a threefold increase in Hispanics since Katrina. [ Katrina brought a wave of Hispanics , By JOHN MORENO GONZALES, Associated Press, July 3, 2007]

The city is becoming Nuevo Orleans, as forecast by Mexicans who like the idea of taking over another American city. They have arrived and are cranking out jackpot babies to get family citizenship and easy access to welfare benefits

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