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Tag Archives: Multilingual America
Spanish TV Eyes English Ad Budgets, Wall Street Journal
“If I could speak English I wouldn’t have the problems that exist.”
1 in 3 Adults in Parts of L.A. Are in U.S. Illegally, Study Finds, Los Angeles Times
Countywide, the number is one in ten.
Parents Rally to Save Classroom Breakfasts, Los Angeles Times
Bread and circuses.
20,000 Students Sue Calif. Educators for Not Teaching English, Christian Science Monitor
State and federal law require that all non-English-speakers be taught English.
Gadsden High School: Ump Pushed English-Only in Game, Las Cruces Sun-News
The school district is 97 percent Hispanic.
Illegal Immigrant in Milford Death Ruled Incompetent, My Fox Boston
His low education and “unique cultural background” make him unfit to stand trial.
Wealthy, Business-Savvy Mexican Immigrants Transform Texas City, Los Angeles Times
They are fleeing the horrors of their homeland.
“A conservative estimate.”
This is the first time a Spanish network has topped NBC.
We must cater to the 12 million Spanish-speakers covered by the Affordable Care Act.
Students Struggling with English Not Getting Help, Report Says, Los Angeles Times
One quarter of CA public-school students are “English learners.” 85% are US born.
But it should not permit the “radical fringe of racism.”
Macomb’s Changing Demographics Present Challenges, Opportunities, The Macomb Daily
What’s 4 million more Democratic voters?
Tribal America, National Review
Mark Steyn points to a probable future of the US, and it resembles the Third World.
Carlos Gutierrez also thinks Republicans should support amnesty.
Immigrants Learn the Language of Area Driving, CBS Baltimore
They are forced to abandon cherished cultural habits.
Tom Wolfe Goes ‘Back to Blood’ in Miami, USA Today
Author’s new book shows Miami as “a melting pot filled with objects that don’t want to melt.”
Mayor made the mistake of asking Somalis to assimilate.
What’s next? Chinese?
Filipino Nurses Win Language Discrimination Settlement, Los Angeles Times
California hospital insisted that they speak English at work.
Just 51 percent of Hispanics born in the US are English-dominant.
Oaxacan Festival Moves to Eastside in Bid for Wider Audience, Los Angeles Times
Oaxacans face discrimination in Mexico so they come to America.
Study Finds Poverty & Welfare Common Among Immigrants, Center for Immigration Studies
One in four public school students now speaks a foreign language at home.
Congressman: Official English Would Save Millions, World Net Daily
Has proposed a bill that has 122 co-sponsors.
Millbourne Identity, City Paper
“How South Asian immigrants made one small town their own.”
A Changing Landscape as Immigrants Transform Main Streets, StarTribune Local
Are we supposed to be happy about this?
Meanwhile, Romney campaign releases ninth Spanish-language ad.
Chinese-speakers say their “civil rights” would be violated.
Univision Topped English-Language Nets Last Week in Key Demos, Deadline Hollywood
Spanish network especially popular among younger viewers.
Valedictorian said he did it for his parents.
Forest Service Hit for Border Patrol Call, Washington Times
Another insane ruling by a government “civil rights” department.
Romney Targets Hispanics in Latest Web Ad, Weekly Standard
The Hispandering continues.
California Neglects Education of English Learners, Lawsuit Claims, Los Angeles Times
How about the education of English speakers?
“Soon, Arabic will be a global language . . . .”
La Raza sees nothing wrong with it.
You get Mexicans, you get Mexico.
Sounds like a liberal’s paradise.
Says there would be “no preconditions” on language for Puerto Rican statehood.
A disagreement about the merits of assimilation?
Where would the schools be without them?
Entirely reasonable comment could get teacher of the year fired.
More good things coming out of Arizona.
Anti-immigrant or common sense?
No doubt there will be an appeal . . .
Ad was in Spanish.
But he wants English to be the official language of the government.
For Californians’ future neighbors.