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  1. frostzdog commented on Scott Stantis 9 months ago

    BORDER SECURITY PROBLEMS
    From the WikiPedia entry for San Juan Bautista, the small town and home the namesake mission in San Benito County, California:
    “ Alcade (mayor) … José Antonio Castro was a key member of the overthrow of (Mexican) governors Nicolás Gutiérrez in 1836 and Manual Micheltorena in 1844.”
    “After defeating Micheltorena and his ill-equipped “Cholo” army, José Antonio Castro was appointed Comandante General of California, in charge of the Mexican Army’s operations in California. From San Juan Bautista, Castro ordered the army against potential foreign incursions; he soon became preoccupied with the threat posed by the uneducated foreign workers who were entering the country illegally, particularly from the United States, and who refused to adopt Mexican customs or learn Spanish.”

  2. frostzdog commented on Jerry Holbert 9 months ago

    BORDER SECURITY PROBLEMS
    From the WikiPedia entry for San Juan Bautista, the small town and home the namesake mission in San Benito County, California:
    “ Alcade (mayor) … José Antonio Castro was a key member of the overthrow of (Mexican) governors Nicolás Gutiérrez in 1836 and Manual Micheltorena in 1844.”
    “After defeating Micheltorena and his ill-equipped “Cholo” army, José Antonio Castro was appointed Comandante General of California, in charge of the Mexican Army’s operations in California. From San Juan Bautista, Castro ordered the army against potential foreign incursions; he soon became preoccupied with the threat posed by the uneducated foreign workers who were entering the country illegally, particularly from the United States, and who refused to adopt Mexican customs or learn Spanish.”

  3. frostzdog commented on Stuart Carlson 11 months ago

    Wisconsin moves from the diairy case to the nut case in the supermarket of ideas.

  4. frostzdog commented on Jeff Stahler 11 months ago

    My vote goes to Buck Jebfush.