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  • The United States of Mexico? Endgame of multiculturalism: Hispanic reacquisition of the Southwest

    10/20/2011 5:39:44 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 66 replies · 1+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | October 20, 2011 | Jeffrey T. Kuhner
    American students now pledge allegiance to Mexico. They sing its na- tional an- them. And it is sanctioned by the state of Texas. Sound absurd? It is. Last month in a Spanish class at Achieve Early College High School in McAllen, Texas, students recited the Mexican pledge of allegiance and were instructed to memorize the Mexican anthem. Moreover, they had to wear red, white and green - the colors of the Mexican flag - as they fulfilled their class assignment. Public high schools no longer promote American patriotism, but they are doing a superb job of cultivating loyalty to Mexico....
  • Did MI5 kill Dr David Kelly?

    07/16/2009 10:20:15 AM PDT · by 1066AD · 8 replies · 1,563+ views
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | 7/16/2009 | Sue Reid
    Did MI5 kill Dr David Kelly? Just another crazy conspiracy theory? But, amid claims he wrote tell-all book that vanished after his death, it's one that refuses to go away By Sue Reid Last updated at 11:40 AM on 16th July 2009 The day Dr David Kelly took a short walk to his death in the Oxfordshire countryside, an unopened letter lay on the desk of his book-lined study. Sent from the heart of the British Government, the pages were marked 'personal' and threatened the world-renowned microbiologist with the sack if he ever publicly opened his mouth again. The letter...
  • California Lawmakers pass bill to protect language freedom

    08/20/2009 3:12:02 PM PDT · by CounterCounterCulture · 26 replies · 1,574+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 20 August 2009 | Wyatt Buchanan
    Lawmakers pass bill to protect language freedom California would protect the freedom of a person to speak any language he or she chooses in a business establishment under a measure approved by the state Legislature today. The bill, authored by Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, is the lawmaker's response to a controversial proposal by the LPGA last fall requiring golfers to speak "effective English." The organization scuttled the proposal after loud objections by Yee and others, and the Democrat says this legislation will ensure it does not happen again. "No one in the state of California should be compelled to...
  • Kitty died.....and was cremated

    06/29/2009 6:07:15 PM PDT · by bert · 56 replies · 1,976+ views
    TNT TV
    Kitty died and was cremated and the closer is dragging them around in her purse
  • Ever wonder why?

    04/29/2006 1:32:57 PM PDT · by litehaus · 16 replies · 668+ views
    self | litehaus
    Why all the 'Phone" companies offer 'free calls' to P.R.,Guam, Canada, all over USA...BUT---Not Mexico?
  • M * A * R * I * A

    04/18/2006 3:37:09 PM PDT · by Macoraba · 68 replies · 731+ views
    I was thinking what could the letters of the Holy Name of Maria represent in Latin and came up with the following --> M = Mater A = Advocata R = Regina I = Immaculata A = Abdita I had a tough time with the last "A" and got out a Latin dictionary. ABDITA means hidden, secluded, secret. I think that aptly described her life while here on earth and even now in Heaven because so many still refuse to accept or acknowldge her glories and powers. Even some who call themselves Christian reject her!
  • California: School bill requires second language (fluency)

    03/14/2003 11:19:22 PM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 20 replies · 198+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 14 March 2003
    <p>California students would be required to master a second language before graduating from high school under a bill introduced Thursday in the state Legislature.</p> <p>The bill is part of an ambitious proposal to restructure California's education bureaucracy, and set rigorous academic goals for students and higher standards for teachers.</p>