So a woman approached the Vazquezes, and in the spirit of neighborliness, promptly snapped, "We speak English in America." She also offered the helpful suggestion that the mother and son should "go back to Spain," even though Ms. Vasquez is from El Salvador.
There is, indeed, an International House of Pancakes in food-fetishizing, chain restaurant-resistant San Francisco, right on Lombard and Pierce streets. In many ways, Ali Liebegott is equally improbable.
I warned in May that something was seriously amiss at the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Grandview, Mo. Residents of Grandview now appear mystified by the murder of a young woman who belonged to a religious sect with close ties to IHOP.