- Viva Puerto Rico Libre!
From the Wall Street Journal: Puerto Ricans Flock North Away From Battered Economy Exodus in Past Decade Was the Largest Since the 1950s But, hey, Puerto Rico is essential to America`s national interest because it`s an ideal place for ...
Blog - Steve Sailer - 01/08/14, 2:58 am
- What Open Borders Looks Like From The Sending End: “Puerto Rico’s Sinking Economy”
Puerto Rico has enjoyed an Open Borders relationship with the United States for most of the last century, along with a plethora of tax breaks for over half a century to keep everybody from leaving. And yet, Puerto Rico has still managed to mess ...
Blog - Steve Sailer - 11/07/13, 7:47 pm
- Puerto Rico Governor Expanding Rights Of Illegal Aliens On The Island
Besides the complexities of the Puerto Rico Status Question (see VDARE.COM archive here) there’s another important question that must be asked in the meantime. That is, how does Puerto Rico fit into our overall immigration system? This is not a ...
Blog - Allan Wall - 02/19/13, 8:16 pm
- Memo From Middle America |Puerto Rico Votes For Statehood—Or Maybe Not
“This vote fundamentally alters the terms of the political debate over status in Puerto Rico….after this vote it is not a question of if Puerto Rico will cease being a territory, but of when. “That’s what Resident Commissioner Pedro ...
Article - Allan Wall - 11/16/12, 7:48 am
- Republicans in Puerto Rico: Santorum Wrong-Foots Romney On Official English
[See also by Suzanne Bibby: Romney, Gingrich, Paul, Santorum, Support Official English. Why Not GOP House Leadership?] Both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum left Puerto Rico ahead of the March 18 GOP presidential primary. But their quick campaigns ...
Article - Suzanne Bibby - 03/18/12, 6:49 am
- Memo From Middle America | Dialoguing Puerto Rico’s Destiny With Puerto Ricans
Recently on VDARE.com, I discussed the Puerto Rican question (¡Viva Puerto Rico Libre! Free Puerto Rico (and the U.S.) Now! My position: Puerto Rico is a distinctly different society from the U.S.—so it should not become the 51st state (as Mitt ...
Article - Allan Wall - 03/02/12, 7:10 am
- Romney Strikes Immigration Spark In Florida Debate—Promptly Panders On Puerto Rico
Peter Brimelow writes: “One spark could start a conflagration. It may still be struck,” I wrote when I complained about the short shrift given to the patriotic immigration reform issue in the last GOP candidates’ debate in South Carolina. ...
- Democrat Asks: Will African-Americans Opt For Luis Gutierrez-Style Tribal Division—Or American Unity?
Well, that’s nice: The Hill just posted How immigration died. [By Russell Berman, November 12, 2013]. It’s been clear for some time, despite all the huffing and puffing, that this year’s Amnesty/ Immigration Surge drive is in serious trouble. ...
Article - Donald A. Collins - 11/13/13, 4:35 am
- A California Reader Bashes Barone Over Gang Of Eight Enthusiasm
From: An Anonymous Los Angeles Reader [Email him] Michael Barone is in the Washington Examiner, claiming that the fact that border crossings are allegedly down, and the fact that the Gang of Eight bill supposedly mandates E-Verify, means that the ...
Letters - VDARE.com Reader - 05/05/13, 5:27 am
- The Fulford File | The Curse Of Stein And THE DAILY CALLER’s Neil Munro
VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow calls it “The Curse of Stein”—not that it’s really FAIR President Dan Stein’s fault. Back in the nineties, after Brimelow wrote the National Review cover story that evolved into Alien Nation, Stein asked him ...
Article - James Fulford - 01/15/13, 6:30 am