Bilingual education is the practice of teaching non-English-speaking children in their native language, while they are learning English. ProEnglish has fought bilingual education efforts in states for decades, favoring English Immersion policies that help students learn English more effectively.
In his recent article, The Fulford File: Trump Them Again! —Use Executive Orders To Stem Creeping Bilingualism!, James Fulford at VDARE.com explains how the Trump Administration could effectively end bilingual education nationwide.
President Trump has discovered he can drive the Opposition Party crazy (well, crazier) with well-placed Executive Orders. VDARE.com’s suggestion: Trump them again! —with Executive Orders aimed at stemming America’s creeping institutional bilingualism, the evils of which have just been illustrated (again) in Canada.
The wonderful thing about Trump: he might just do it. On the campaign trail, he campaigned entirely in English. When Jeb Bush campaigned bilingually, Trump rebuked him. Questioned about this by ABC’s Tom Llamas (a Miami Cuban “white Hispanic” who had previously harassed Trump for using the term “anchor babies”), Trump said: “Well, I think that when you get right down to it, we’re a nation that speaks English. I think that, while we’re in this nation, we should be speaking English,” adding “Whether people like it or not, that’s how weassimilate.” And Trump has added fuel to the fire by putting up no Spanish (so far) on his White House website. (Both Bush 43 and Obama had a lot of Spanish on their White House websites.)
The evils of official bilingualism were illustrated by a recent incident in Canada.
Read James Fulford’s full article, The Fulford File: Trump Them Again! —Use Executive Orders To Stem Creeping Bilingualism!