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July 23, 2014
BBC Plan to Promote Ethnic Minorities Is Racist, Says MP, Telegraph (London)
He says company executives should give their own jobs to blacks.
Legal permanent residents are not entitled to Japanese welfare.
July 22, 2014
Obama Aides Were Warned of Brewing Border Crisis, Washington Post
Officials were “ringing alarm bells” as early as 2012.
That would be the result of basing admissions on “holistic” criteria than test scores.
New citizens would punish us gringos at the polls.
They overcharged for shoddy work, lived the high life.
Victim had been accused of stealing jars of money.
Police superintendent blames lax gun laws.
Flint Manager Warns of Bankruptcy over Retiree Costs, Crain's Detroit
Report says the problem is population loss and retiree costs.
Told officers they could not arrest him because his mother was a judge.
They attacked at least 50 bums in just the last few months.
Files class-action suit against the city.
July 21, 2014
Gov. Perry takes action.
Mainstream media ignores these protests.
It’s part of the $5.5 billion the US will spend on immigration enforcement.
What kind of “families” are sending their children north?
Wants amnesty for “millions of our undocumented.”
What’s Going on at Scientific American?, Washington Post
Writer who gave a good review of A Troublesome Inheritance is fired.
Wants to serve 178 million free meals this summer (HAMBRE means “hunger” in Spanish).
A message to Christians in northern Iraq.
Activists tell mosque to stop using separate entrances for men and women.
Why Banning Sharia Courts Would Harm British Muslim Women, Telegraph (London)
All Sharia courts need is a bit of oversight.
July 18, 2014
Contest: Send Us Your Ideas for Political Cartoons, Special to AR News
Winners will get the originals of their cartoons and a caricature of the person of their choice.
Madness in Madison, Pope Center
U. of Wisconsin professor lambastes his school’s new “diversity initiative.”
“The greater a nation’s genetic distance from Denmark, the lower the reported wellbeing of that nation.”
Federal money comes with strings attached.
Numbers USA warns of backdoor amnesty.
Did Republicans pay for ads calling tea party activists “racist?”
But still lets him off easy.
Principal Aiddy Phomvisay didn’t like how one student showed school spirit.
They don’t get along with the country’s Muslim minority.
Nelson Mandela Park Public School enjoy stories like Chocolate Me and I Like Myself.
Harrowing Images Emerge of Foster Children Behind Bars, Daily Mail (London)
Foster home was a hell hole.
July 17, 2014
And just 31 percent of voters think the young illegals are coming to escape violence.
The “Best and the Brightest” Fallacy, Center for Immigration Studies
Yet another trick for getting into the country.
New Captain America Will Be African-American, NY Daily News
“In 2014, this should be a thing that we shrug off.”
Is it charity if the government pays?
Presbyterians Speak Out on Child Illegals, Presbyterian Church
And say all the wrong things.
“Illegal aliens . . . are not our most vulnerable citizens.”
Ousted TV Reporter Who Made Comments About Young Black Men Appears on Fox News, Daily Mail (London)
“Someone has to have the guts to stand up.”
Colonialism Benefited the Colonized, Mangan's
Each century of colonization raised GDP by 40 percent.
Belgian Town Blasts Music to Drive Out Gipsies, Telegraph (London)
Socialist mayor turns up the volume.
And Australians still think their country is “racist.”
July 16, 2014
Appeals Panel Upholds Race in Admissions for University, New York Times
Texas race preferences are “narrowly tailored.”
Race in Admissions at the U. of Texas: How We Got Here, and What’s Next, Chronicle of Higher Education
The case might even go back to the Supreme Court.
Feds to Open $50 Million Resort for Illegal Children, Gateway Pundit
600-bed resort with 650 staffers has tennis courts, Olympic size pool, jacuzzis.
“The United States of America is under siege.”
From 3 percent to 17 percent.
America is becoming less a country than a “geographic expression.”