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Illegals are worried they will reveal their immigration status.
Immigration is profoundly changing the nation we will leave to our grandchildren.
A white woman wakes up.
Most of them are Hispanic or Asian.
Every candidate is vigorously Hispandering.
There are two Americas that have nothing in common.
Coronavirus is not the only problem.
How an all-American city became a beachhead for the third world.
There is a sharp rise in non-European languages.
An oligarch's view.
The late John Tanton was prescient in 1991.
Even President Trump's campaign has been running ads in Spanish.
Will we one day accept immigrants from Europe?
"America has the noblest tradition of helping the needy . . . [but] they must abide by the rule of law."
And there's no word for "caucus" in Spanish.
The Chinese pretended they didn't understand English and had simply gotten lost.
Is opinion shifting on immigration?
A visualization of our demographic transformation.
James Kirkpatrick on America's balkanization.
“To continue in English, press 1; to continue in Spanish, press 2; to continue in Yoruba, press 3.”
“It’s a patient’s right to have language-interpreting services.”
Even the local priest is booed for supporting illegal immigration.
"The Immigration Solution: A Better Plan Than Today’s" — a perfect book for waverers.
The making and unmaking of the US.
Liberal historian Arthur M. Schlesinger dances around uncomfortable truths.
What does it mean when a black witness says, “She steady telling everybody business”?
Because Puerto Ricans live there.
60 percent of Republicans say a majority non-white population would "weaken American customs and values."
Police get paid more if they know a second language.
Warning students of possible consequences is not only discriminatory, it is “coercive.”
He "failed to convey [his] strong belief that diversity . . . is what makes America."
After killing the program, the school calls it “offensive.”
The tests are excluding “talented people of color.”
A former Vancouverite returns to ask, “What became of my people?”
Race politics at their best.
Even 42% of Democrats feel like strangers.
18 percent of Austin’s public school students need English-language services.
Beef plant has attracted non-whites to rural Colorado town.
Immigrant Advocates Endorse Bilingual Candidate Alex Villanueva to Unseat LASD Sheriff Jim McDonnell
Being bilingual is his only qualification.
Spanish leads the list, with 41 million speakers.
White share of youth under 18 declined 11 percent from 2006 to 2016.
Black vs. Hispanic confrontation over language.
Happy Mexican Independence Day!
They want access to Spanish-language ballots, election materials, and assistance.
Congolese immigrant has learned to say, “America you mother f–kers!"
The economy of white states cannot “move forward” without non-white employees.
GOP can't recognize a winning issue when they see one.
The figure for Florida is 29 percent.
Generals fight the last war. Journalists analyze the last campaign.
Young English speakers now sound more like Mexicans. It's the "Liberal accent."
An immigrant who tells us how to run our country.
Russian or Hispanic?
Ironically, the most powerful nation in the world is now losing a war of occupation and control.
Victor Davis Hanson's "Mexifornia: A State of Becoming."
Posh restaurants just can’t survive without illegal immigrants.
California has 11 of the 26 lowest-performing districts in literacy and basic education.
2042 has already arrived in a DC neighborhood.
Casey draws on Michael Hart to argue that you can’t have a multicultural democracy.
The number is up 34 million since 1990.
Minimal gains in English proficiency by foreign-born Hispanics since 1980.
Happy Mexican Independence Day.
State must pay for interpreters in civil as well as well as criminal cases.
Census numbers can't be trusted.
Spanish-only speakers can now help with ICE's mission...
A glimpse of multicultural America.
Notes on the coming demographic transformation.
Will you be able to choose?
Democracy is increasingly seen as a means to an end, not an end in itself.
The triumphalism of Jorge Ramos.
It's in Spanish and English.
The number was just seven percent in 1980.