Mexican Meddlers Even Madder About Trump—But Not About White Mexican Official Making RACIST!!! Fun Of Indians...

Mexicans are even madder about Donald Trump because he has adroitly seized on an illegal alien’s brutal murder of Kate Steinle to expose our dysfunctional immigration system and the unquestionably low quality of many Hispanic immigrants— and he won’t back down. When Jeb Bush got on his high horse suggesting that Trump’s remarks offended him personally, because of Bush’s Mexican-born wife, Trump responded “Jeb believes illegal immigrants who break our laws when they cross our border come ‘out of love.’” [ Indignant Jeb Bush Says He Takes Donald Trump’s Remarks Personally, by Patrick Howe, NYT, July 4, 2015]

But Mexicans should remember the old proverb about people who live in glass houses. Dr. Lorenzo Cordova Vianello is a white Mexican government official whose telephone conversation ridiculing an indigenous leader was made public. And he has kept his job—something now utterly unimaginable in the “racist” United States. It’s a revealing glimpse into Mexican hypocrisy.

CE-LorenzoCordova[1]Dr. Cordova [Email him] is the Consejero Presidente of INE, the Instituto Nacional Electoral, the Mexican government body which oversees Mexican elections. As you can see, he’s a white Mexican.

We don’t see many “white Mexicans” in the U.S.—notorious Treason Lobby operative Univision anchor Jorge Ramos is one—but they largely run things south of the border.

Mexico doesn’t collect racial and ethnic data in its census, so it’s hard to tell how many white Mexicans there are. A common estimate of Mexico’s racial breakdown: 9% white (mostly but not entirely Spanish-descended), 30% Indian, 60% mestizo (people with both European and Indian ancestors) and 1% other.

That’s an approximation. Mexico has a racial

Happy Independence Day From!

Writing_the_Declaration_of_Independence_1776John Adams, discussing the vote that had just been taken by the Continental Congress in favor of independence, said that he believed—and he was correct—that the Declaration Of Independence would be
“celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations from one end of this Continent to the other from this time forward forever more.”

By “guns” he meant saluting guns loaded with blank charges—firing loaded guns in the air is more of a Cinco De Mayo kind of thing.

The Fourth of July is also celebrated at with a roundup of Independence Day Columns—this is it! See also, today, July Fourth Fear: Can Free Speech (And America) Survive A Minority-Dominated Supreme Court?

 Independence Day Columns from previous years:


July Fourth Fear: Can Free Speech (And America) Survive A Minority-Dominated Supreme Court?

Supreme Court usurpationThe late June run of decrees from America’s senior legislative body, ludicrously misnamed the Supreme “Court”, have inflicted on America the most appalling news of serious threat in many years—definitely not since Pearl Harbor allowed the Roosevelt Administration to get its way and plunge the country into World War II. But that was a foreign war. In my view the correct comparison: the First Battle of Bull Run at the start of the (soon-to-be airbrushed out) Civil War. That was when the Republican Pols planning to loot the South with high tariffs, and the Abolitionists lusting to wreck Southern society for ideological reasons, got their first shattering experience of Confederate military prowess. At that point both sides realized a long and bloody struggle against what had been fellow countrymen was probable. That is what Americans face again on this July 4th.

In effect, the Supreme “Court” has facilitated a coup d’état by Obama’s Minority Occupation Government. The inevitable reversing of these measures could well take many years and the effect within families and across generations is likely to be terribly divisive and destructive.

In inverse order

John Derbyshire Says: Trump-Coulter 2016!

trumpcoulterAt the American Renaissance conference this spring we had a formal debate on the question: “Can the American political system solve the race problem?”

Arguing for the affirmative, I said the following thing:
Nothing grows to the sky. Public attitudes ebb and flow;

Europe Survived War And Depression: Can She Survive Invasion?

20150704_cuk400[1]However the Greek crisis ends, whether with Athens leaving the Eurozone, or submitting and accepting austerity at the dictates of its creditors, the European Union appears headed for an existential crisis.

Greece borrowed and spent beyond its means, like New Read more >>

Will SCOTUS’s Gay Marriage Reasoning Lead To The Abolition Of State Gun Control Laws?

ChuckBaldwin6_IMG[1]By now, everyone on the planet knows that the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has rendered a decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide. In a landmark 5-4 decision, Justices Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Read more >>

Vigilance Against Terror Threat Is Patriotic—CAIR Isn’t

S4_Square_0[1]My fellow Americans: If you see something, say something—even if it means CAIR will threaten to sue you.

Multiple federal agencies and the Department of Defense are on high alert for a possible Islamic terrorist attack on U.S. soil this Read more >>

The Fulford FIle | SPLC’s Point And Splutter Attack On Ann Coulter (And Par For The Sinister Course...

hatewatchHere's the latest targeted Point-And-Splutter attack from the SPLC:
On June 16, Coulter did a live webcast hosted by the anti-immigrant [sic] group NumbersUSA. During the show, both Coulter and the NumbersUSA staff encouraged listeners to immerse themselves in the almost 100 pages of endnotes in Coulter’s book to get further educated on the immigration issue.

Hatewatch staff decided to take Coulter up on her offer. An investigation into the book’s 89 pages of endnotes reveals that she routinely cites white nationalists, anti-Muslim activists and anti-immigrant groups in her latest screed.

Ann Coulter Cites White Nationalists, Anti-Muslim Activists and Other Racists in New Book, Hatewatch, June 30, 2015

So the SPLC hired someone to wade through the footnotes at the back of Adios America, not looking for facts to check—there's nothing wrong with Ann's facts, and the footnotes are there to prove it—but looking for badthinkers, or people who know badthinkers, whom it could associate her with.

This includes, according to the SPLC, "Jason Richwine—Disgraced Former Heritage Foundation Senior Policy Analyst ". Actually, as we've shown, it's not Richwine who was disgraced by that incident—he did nothing more disgraceful than get a Harvard Ph.D. degree—but Jim DeMint and the  Heritage Foundation.

Also, Ann quoted the Center For Immigration studies, which the SPLC calls "The Anti-immigrant [ sic] Movement’s Think Tank.” Well, what's wrong with that? Polls show lowered immigration and immigration enforcement are popular with the vast majority of Americans--the pro-immigration movement’s Think Tanks are funded massively by employers of cheap labor.

(But it does amuse us to see that all CIS head Mark Krikorian’s Politically Correct triangulation has done him no good).

Then there's Peter Brimelow (author
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