La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz for May 28, 2023

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    Walter Kocker Premium Member about 1 year ago

    OMG, it’s George Santos!

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    SKJAM! Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Ah, the drop o’ native blood only mentioned as a defense against being seen as racist.

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    Jhony-Yermo  about 1 year ago

    Gee, there musta been hundreds of thousands of Cherokee Princesses. So many Wasicu (sorry Lakota) have Cherokee royal lines. Of course Cherokee people had no royalty. No Indian nation had such a thing.

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    Durak Premium Member about 1 year ago

    My mother always claimed distant Native American ancestry. Ancestry dot com proved her wrong.

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    Templo S.U.D.  about 1 year ago

    and?

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    moondog42 Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Weird how so many non-Native people claim some Native American ancestry, even though there’s no reliable way to prove it unless your family has been on a reservation for decades

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    JoMama  about 1 year ago

    The AZ Diamondbacks are having their “Native Amer. Recognition Day” when they play the Braves. You can make your own jokes on that one

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    GiantShetlandPony  about 1 year ago

    A friend of mine had the Cherokee princes story in her family. Turned out the person was actually half black. They came up with the Cherokee princess story to explain the occasional darker skin in the family, especially in the past. I wonder how many other people with Cherokee princess stories, share the same reality as my friend?

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member about 1 year ago

    When I read a headline about people opposed to racially based mascot names here in Wisconsin, I figured the article was getting set to point out that our state harbors not only Indian team nicknames but also (based on a listing at MaxPreps, http://tinyurl.com/onc4c9w) such “offensive” labels as Bishops, Fighting Cardinals, and Popes (Catholics); Blackshirts (Italy); Buccaneers and Pirates (Caribbean); Cōōns; Cubans; Dons (Mafia); Elks (service clubs); Fighting Kellys and Irish (Ireland); Flying Dutchmen (Netherlands); Green Mountain Boys (New England, also boys); Highlanders (Scotland); Hurricanes and Thunder (meteorologists); Ledgers (accountants); Norse, Norsemen, Norskies, and Vikings (Scandinavia); Phoenix (Arizona); Rebels (southern USA); Spartans (Greece); Trojans and Fighting Trojans (Turkey); and Wizards (Hogwarts).

    People who are determined to feel offended at simply being mentioned should have a field day here in the Badger State.

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    chireef  about 1 year ago

    most “Mexicans” have more than 25% native blood, making them legally native and by rights have more right to be here than and 1% “Indian” princesses of European origin

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    nailer Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Are there people of Irish, Celtic or Viking ancestry who take offense on sport team names?

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