Nearly Half of Californians Don’t Speak English at Home

Census Report: Nearly Half of Californians Don’t Speak English at Home

Unbridled immigration producing similar results in other states

7 responses to “Nearly Half of Californians Don’t Speak English at Home

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  2. I believe this could be called ‘Reclaiming Aztlan’…… with governmental sanction.

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  3. Ya know, coming of age back in the Sixties (in flyover country), we always envisioned California being the land of Sunshine, cool cars, great tunes, and bikini clad beauties.

    In other words…… Valhalla.

    We all wanted to go there, be there, experience it for ourselves (and this was before The Summer Of Love in 1967…. no thoughts of hippies or flower children). And then, when I actually did go to California, it was while on my way to RVN and all I saw was the airport in SF and then Oakland Army Terminal.

    What a disappointment it was…… I believe that was the moment I actually did come of age.

    (I think I saw too damned many ‘Beach’ movies at the drive in. Totally disillusioned by reality).

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    • Yeah, same here. Frankie and Annette and all the Beach Blanket Beauties and ‘The Beach Boys’ and their little GTO’s and Deuce Coup’s and even Wolf-man Jack just weren’t what they seemed at the drive in movies… Damn Hollyweird has never changed. Always been a cesspool promoting propaganda and twisted fables to control the gullible. You live and learn or crash and burn.

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  4. Pretty much have done my share of both.
    (It really hurts to crash and burn…….)

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  5. So you’re saying the rest of them speak English? Dude.

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