Obviously this is Will Fox's website and he should thus make the final decision in regards to this, but I really think that the 2082 prediction about the US losing the Southwest to Mexico should be removed. Basically:
-There does not appear to be a large irredentist movement in the Southwestern US.
-As long as Mexico will remain significantly poorer than the US, I don't expect such a movement to become popular on a large scale.
-As long as Mexico's average IQ will remain significantly below that of the US, Mexico is likely to remain significantly poorer than the US.
-The US isn't going to give up any US state without war. Its experience crushing the Confederacy is proof of that.
-Even if the Southwest will be something like 60% Hispanic by 2082, you'd still need to get something like 80% of Hispanics on board for secession to actually get majority support in the Southwest (considering that I suspect that very few non-Hispanics would support this). I mean, it's not completely impossible, but you'd need Hispanics to really form a strong separatist movement for that to happen. Also, it doesn't help the cause of secession that Hispanics sometimes intermarry with non-Hispanics.
Anyway, any thoughts on my suggestion here?