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October 5, 2005
The Color of Crime, Men’s News Daily
Trinidadian murderer in NYPD the “poster boy” for today’s diverse police force.
Black congressmen and leaders continue to support him despite Katrina conspiracy theory.
King Would Drop Suit For No-Show School Job, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Black employee says he’ll drop discrimination lawsuit for sinecure.
Schools Hold Back Blacks, Group Says, St. Petersburg Times
Lawsuit claims racial gaps in test scores prove schools discriminating against blacks.
Kids In ‘Hate’ Attack, New York Post
Brooklyn sees another black-on-white attack.
“American Idol” winner can’t read her recording contracts.
Minuteman founder forces Republican into runoff in congressional race.
Hispanic border officials convicted of drug and human smuggling.
Senate Democrats petition relief agencies not to inquire about immigration status.
Beck Responds To Letter From Mexican Consulate, Lima News (Oh.)
Ohio sheriff stands up to Mexican consul on “racial profiling.”
Tempers Flare at Valletta Protest, Times (Valletta, Malta)
Hundreds protest illegal immigrants’ invasion of Malta.
October 4, 2005
Prison Bans Cross of St George Tiepins, Telegraph (London)
Prison bans staff from wearing English national flag for fear of offense to Muslims.
Making a Pig’s Ear of Defending Democracy, Telegraph (London)
Britain’s “descent into dhimmitude is beyond parody.”
EU, Turkey Start Membership Talks, Washington Times
US encourages Europe to accept Turkey into the EU.
VRA, All of It, Forever?, Newsweek
Republicans offer no resistance to absurd provisions of Voting Rights Act.
Other top-10 picks for world president include Kofi Annan and George Soros.
How Corruption Holds Back Africa’s Oil Industry, Daily Mail and Guardian (Johannesburg)
Poor countries in Africa have enough oil to make them rich, says economist.
Reported crime is declining in city because people taking the law into own hands.
Fresno just brought in 2,000 Hmong; now mayor wants Katrina refugees too.
Suit Worsens Racial Rift Among City Firefighters, Plain Dealer (Cleveland)
Discrimination lawsuit against Cleveland Fire Dept. creates bad blood.
Outrage Erupts At Anti-Affirmative Action Rally, Daily Illini (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Brave college student attracts angry mob.
AG: Hepatitis Case Probably Won’t Bring Justice, TheOmahaChannel
80 malpractice lawsuits against immigrant doctor who is now health official in Pakistan.
Police Respond to Three Sexual Assault Calls over Weekend, Brownsville Herald (Tex.)
Sexual assaults reach ten-year high in majority Hispanic town.
Invitation To The Ninth Annual Zebra Victims Memorial Service, European/American Issues Forum
White advocacy group will remember string of black-on-white murders in the 1970s.
October 3, 2005
Judges Bolster Students’ Lawsuit, St. Petersburg Times
Class action lawsuit charges school district gives blacks an inadequate education.
Rushton Revisited, Ottawa Citizen
Outrage towards race realist diminishes over time.
1965 Immigration Reform Cost Blacks Minority Primacy, Newhouse News Service
“Latino tsunami” will mean blacks no longer occupy prize place in “minority politics.”
Forum Stresses HIV Threat to Black Women, Los Angeles Times
Black women’s high AIDS rate due in part to homosexuality among black men.
Pundit fears scandal over his remarks on black criminality may harm company.
U.S. Probes ‘Green Cards for Sex’, Washington Times
US Citizenship and Immigration Service faces 2,500 misconduct charges.
Illegal Immigration at the Forefront, Washington Post
Illegal immigration a central issue in Virginia gubernatorial race.
Minuteman founder Jim Gilchrist runs for Congress.
Students were suing over racial preferences in university admissions.
Mayor wants to erect statue of Nelson Mandela in London landmark.
Winnie the Pooh Can Hurt Muslim’s Sentiments!, Asian News International
British council office must remove all items depicting pigs.
September 30, 2005
Taylor vs. Sailer—Survival v. “Citizenism”, Jared Taylor, VDARE.com
“Citizenism” is not the answer.
Symposium: Katrina, Race and Silence, FrontPageMagazine
Symposium asks why only American Renaissance could see the truth about Katrina.
Postscript on Katrina, Jared Taylor
Some of the facts about Katrina may have been wrong, but the lesson remains the same.
The Hallmark of the Underclass, Charles Murray, Wall Street Journal
Katrina has reintroduced America to the underclass.
New Orleans police investigated for looting during Katrina.
Guilty Whites, FrontPageMagazine
Columnist thinks whites don’t defend themselves against charges of racism because of guilt.
Reagan official in hot water after he says aborting blacks would lower crime.
HUD Chief Foresees A ‘Whiter’ Big Easy, Washington Times
Black congressman says cabinet official’s remarks are “foreboding.”
Congresswoman thinks 2000 elections the cause of poor federal response to Katrina.
Mr. King can’t get along with his family.
Minutemen to begin patrolling this weekend in all states that border on Mexico.
Greyhound’s Policies Have Many Fuming, Vida en el Valle (Fresno)
Bus company tells employees not to sell tickets to illegal aliens.
‘UK To Prevent Indians From Leaving’, Press Trust of India
Immigration minister wants Indians to stay in Britain.
The Revolution in Haiti, American Renaissance, Apr. 2001
A slaughter of whites brought Africa to our doorstep.