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March 9, 2006

Customs Agent Arrested, Brownsville Herald

Another Hispanic border official caught taking bribes to let drugs across.

Two Sides of the Same Coin, Center for Immigration Studies

Study finds legal and illegal immigration rise together.

Janet Napolitano sends more National Guardsmen to the border.

March 8, 2006

City will investigate ad agencies’ hiring practices and their attitude toward diversity.

Pre-School Mixing For Diversity, Jersey Journal (Jersey City)

Hoboken school board wants tots from mansions and public housing mixed together.

Workshops ordered after staff member joked about college “Diversification Breakfast.”

Confederate flag T-shirts not allowed at school, but Malcolm X T-shirts are.

Newspaper explains why it doesn’t tell the race of crime suspects.

Black high-schoolers break white classmate’s jaw for intruding on “black-only” bus stop.

Whites’ risk of death increases after spouses die, but not blacks’.

Border counties struggle to pay costs of illegal immigrants.

Immigrants: We Aren’t Criminals, News Journal (Wilmington)

20,000 immigrants rally at Capitol for amnesty.

Professor Pushes Students to Reach out to Immigrants, Kentucky Kernel (University of Kentucky, Lexington)

Professor has illegal aliens speak to students to inspire them to do social work for Hispanics.

Mexican human smuggler tells his men to shoot at Border Patrol.

British race realist professor Frank Ellis goes on the radio to defend his views.

March 7, 2006

Assistant DA fired for attending AR conference points out double standard.

Illegals are 25 percent of agricultural workers.

Non-whites increasingly moving to smaller majority-white cities.

Mortgage lenders won’t operate in county because of law to prevent lending discrimination.

Black fire chief failed to promote them because of their race.

New Orleans mayor tells black audience rival candidates “don’t look like us.”

Areas with Hispanic and Caribbean populations see a surge in machete attacks.

British tots learn to sing “Baa baa, rainbow sheep.”

English police confiscate and then return three black “golliwog” dolls from shop.

Zimbabwe Says It Can’t Remove Every White Farmer, Mail and Guardian (Johannesburg)

Official wants remaining white farmers to stay and calls new black farmers “beggars.”

March 6, 2006

Katrina refugees wear out their welcome.

Teacher Corps Flees, New York Daily News

Group that tries to help students at urban schools finds school too violent even for them.

Hartford neighborhood thinks classical music in park will keep away crooks.

Black Resident Gave Out KKK Fliers, Police Say, Daily Press (Hampton Roads, Va.)

Another hoax.

NAACP demands state explain what actions may be taken against AR conference attendee.

US immigration agency more worried about granting visas quickly than detecting fraud.

Illegals were held 20 to a room in “absolute squalor.”

British race realist professor responds to demands that he be fired.

Muslims demonstrate for the annihilation of Europe.

Dutch immigration minister doesn’t think homosexual or Christian Iranians deserve asylum.

Race Gangs Take Crime War to City, Herald Sun (Melbourne)

Melbourne increasingly plagued by non-white gangs.

March 3, 2006

New York prosecutor attended AR conference and said whites were “endangered species.”

Letter From Herndon, Va., Forward (New York City)

Article discusses AR conference from the perspective of Jews who attended.

DC area churches now saying they will disobey immigation law if passed.

Kentucky coal miners don’t take kindly to the idea.

Hispanic policeman convicted for serial rape.

Government worker gets in trouble for advertising himself as an “English-speaking American.”

Achievement Gap Grows as Grades Rise, Report Shows, Press & Sun Bulletin (Binghampton, NY)

Study finds racial differences in test scores widen as students grow older.

Chicago police protest plan to name street after Black Panther.

College GOP Protests Affirmative Action, News 14 Carolina (Charlotte)

Students say lack of discrimination at university is discriminatory.

Possible Hate Crime May Have Been Staged, First Coast News (Jacksonville, Fla.)

Hate crime against black firefighters may be a hoax.

Homeschoolers, overwhelmingly white, want to provide their own moral instruction to children.

Canadian Supreme Court rules schools can’t stop Sikhs from wearing ceremonial daggers.

March 2, 2006

Hispanic mayor of Los Angeles supports Archbishop who would ask churches to ignore law.

Senate panel hears tales of horror from the border.