Americans Overwhelmingly Put English First

Thursday, September 11, 2014
National News

Department of Education: Unaccompanied Illegal Immigrant Minors 'Entitled to' Public Education

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Our American Future

The Department of Education released a fact sheet Monday about the availability of public school education for undocumented immigrant children — specifically the tens of thousands unaccompanied minors [unaccompanied alien children] who have recently entered the U.S. illegally. 

Embracing a sustainable future for our civilization

In response to the article "Embracing the future" by Jason Glass, Vail Daily, April 23, 2014.

A recent commentary asked Coloradans to "Embrace the Future" by changing from a mono-language society to a two-language country, and  addressed the current minority becoming the new majority. 

English - Official English Language in Colorado

In 1988, Colorado passed an amendment to the Colorado Constitution making English the state's official language. This means that for the Colorado government to act legally and officially, it must communicate in English, and no one has the right to demand government services in any other language.

20,000 students sue Calif. educators for not teaching English

Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Our American Future

20,000 students sue the state of California and its eductators for failing to give adequate language instruction to non-native English speakers. According the the ACLU, the state education system's lack of English instruction could be holding the 20,000 students back in school. 

Waiting for some good news

Hispanics singled out- the only children in our school systems who can't deal with English-language immersion
The Post Independent
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Colorado News


Volunteer Interpreters Needed for New Eagle County Law Enforcement Interpreter Program

December 6, 2012

Libraries and Spanish language materials at taxpayer expense

by Fred Elbel

Is the Denver Public Library system converting libraries to Spanish language libraries at taxpayer expense? Quite possibly. In fact, according to sources with whom CAIRCO's director has spoken, yes indeed!

Language, bilingual education and balkanization

The following articles reflect on the ramifications of multi-lingualism in the United States.


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