Skip to comments.America's Linguistic Melting Pot
Posted on 05/29/2014 2:21:31 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Here at GPS, we love deep data dives. We also revel in the fact that America continues to be the melting pot that it has always been. So we were interested to see a piece on Slate.com last week analyzing the most common languages spoken in each state using U.S. census data.
This first map is predictable other than English, Spanish is the most spoken language in almost all U.S. states. But watch what happens when you remove Spanish from the equation. Now there is the melting pot.
In Michigan, Arabic clocks in as the third most commonly spoken language.
SNIP In Oregon, it's Russian.
It's a Filipino language called Tagalog in Hawaii, California, and Nevada.
(Excerpt) Read more at globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com ...
Is Al Sharpton, off teleprompter, another language?
It is not a melting pot, it is a clumping pot with liberals encouraging Mexicans to not learn English and come here illegaly.
This is such a net positive...NOT
Same with French Canadians, Cajuns, Italians, and Poles.
Either that -- or there are an awful lot more Amish and Mennonites out there than anyone suspected.
But hey, government is importing millions more...More and more crushing what's left of our infrastructure, forcing Americans to compete with endless waves of low wage foreigners....
They might as well begin strafing us and sell off what they haven't looted from the American treasure and just give it to Mexico, the Chinese, the Muslims or the U.N.
Old America, it's standards, strengths, sovereignty, morals and economic security is fading fast....The entire decline is brought to us by massive controlling government at all levels.
What came first? Padre Junipero Serra’s first mission (San Diego) in California (1769), or the Declaration of Independence (1776)?
What is the longest continually occupied European settlement in America? (St. Augustine Florida since 1565)
He would not “revel” in that fact if 80% of the melting pot was voting for Conservative Republicans.
Ebonics be on top, polar bear! Ebonics spoked in every state. Your post be racis!
It isn’t a melting pot. That would be pigeon phrases from different languages in common usage.
This is babble. People talking, no one able to understand their neighbors.
The newspapers and radio stations each being broadcast in a different language, the shared experience of living in this country is gone.
We are all balkanized.
Yo quiero Taco Bell