Black Miami Parks Director forced to change name to “Funky Talent Show.”
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July 27, 2005
‘Ghetto Talent Show,’ Watermelon Eating Contest Outrages Community, Local10.com (Miami)
Black officer kidnapped and committed lewd act on 14-year-old girl while on duty.
Mall Slay Seen as Hate Crime, New York Daily News
Black-on-white murder will be prosecuted as hate crime.
NAU Protests ‘Unwilling Sale’ of Farms, The Namibian (Windhoek)
Namibian government expropriates farm for “land reform.”
July 26, 2005
Africa’s Largest Evangelical Church Plans a New Home in Rural Texas, Dallas Morning News
White residents dread construction of African church center in their town.
Vitamin D Fails To Benefit Blacks, Washington Times
Vitamin D supplements strengthen the bones of white women, but not blacks.
Cash Joins Symbolism as Penance for Slavery, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
White expressions of penance encourage blacks to ask for money.
Discrimination Can Extend to Names: Court, BusinessInsurance.com
Muslim wins damages against employer who insisted on calling him by Western nickname.
Mexican Accused of Leading Document-Fraud Ring, Washington Times
Mexican fraud ring sold millions of forged documents to illegal aliens.
City Policy Protecting Immigrants Under Fire, Houston Chronicle
City Council member and Minutemen challenge Houston’s sanctuary policy.
Two-Thirds Of Muslims Consider Leaving UK, Guardian (London)
More than 500,000 Muslims in Britain considered leaving after July 7 attacks.
Bomber Duo Lived On UK Welfare, Melbourne Herald Sun
Muslim London bomber received political asylum and $46,000 (US) in welfare benefits.
France May Order Language Tests for Migrants, Guardian (London)
Proposed language test part of tightening immigration policies.
Several Iraqi Torturers Live in Norway, Norway Post (Baerum)
Norway gives residence to Saddam’s torturers because they might face death sentence at home.
Mayor Jailed Over R100m Graft, SAPA (SA)
Black South African mayor accused of stealing $15 million.
Race Outburst—Uni Tries To Oust Professor, Sydney Morning Herald
University tries to buy silence of racially conscious professor.
July 25, 2005
Return to Murderapolis, Daily Standard
Crime rises in Minneapolis after police are cowed by charges of racial profiling.
3 Men Stabbed In Attack in Lovejoy, Buffalo News
Blacks stab four Buffalo whites while shouting racial slurs.
Judge Lays Down Own Law: No All-White Juries, Chicago Tribune
Black judge refuses to hear cases without some blacks in jury.
“Civil rights activists” hope re-enactment will lead to prosecutions.
Rebuilding a Hawaiian Kingdom, Los Angeles Times
Hawaiian separatists have a town of their own.
Immigration Rising on Bush’s To-Do List, Los Angeles Times
Amnesty to be one of Bush’s top priorities this fall.
CAFTA Undermines Immigration Laws, North County Times (Escondido, Cal.)
America’s immigration laws could be challenged under new trade deal.
Judge says Border Patrol interrogated illegals because they looked Hispanic.
“Migrant Head Start” program gives children of farm-workers free education.
Activist Group Trains More Than 100 In ‘Flood The Desert’ Campaign, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)
Volunteers for Christian group that helps illegals are predominantly white.
Teens’ Jobs Are Going To Undocumented Workers, Newsday (New York City)
Hiring of immigrants increases at the expense of native workers.
Group Asks Outfitters to Clean Up Its ‘Dirty’ T’s, Philadelphia Daily News
“New Mexico, Cleaner Than Regular Mexico,” says T-shirt.
One In Four Muslims Sympathises With Motives of Terrorists, Telegraph (London)
Poll results show 100,000 British Muslims think bombings are fully justified.
July 22, 2005
Civilian Border Patrol Scuttled, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)
Homeland Security nixes civilian volunteers for Border Patrol.
Police in the nation’s capital cannot ask people about their immigration status.
The Real Suicide Bomb, Cox & Forkum.com
Multiculturalism, as depicted by editorial cartoonists.
Colleges See Rise In Illegal Aliens, Star-Telegram (Fort Worth)
Illegals in Texas qualify for in-state tuition and state financial aid.
For Marketers, Is It Spanish Or Español?, Herald (Miami)
Spanish is here to stay, study finds.
Bill Would Make English State’s Official Language, Cox News Service
Ohio legislator wants to stop the coddling of Spanish-speaking immigrants.
Rapist’s Plea Deal Gets Him 20 Years, Anchorage Daily News
Convicted black rapist’s mother curses victim.
Cosby’s Career Supported By Those He Demeans, Daily Mississippian (Oxford, Miss.)
Black college journalist believes comedian has “lost his mind” for criticizing black underclass.
No More Cheating For A Good Cause, LA Times
Columnist: “Let’s get rid of affirmative action.”
One Nation, One Culture, The Australian (Sydney)
Australian senator calls for end to official multiculturalism.
Japan looks to robots rather than immigrants to fill labor void.
Councillor Who Wanted To Marry Clinton’s Daughter, Standard Online (Nairobi)
African offers 20 cows and 40 goats to marry Chelsea Clinton.
July 21, 2005
Black revolutionary slogan from ’60s race riots will be used to hawk hot sauce.
Activist’s Daughter Arrested, Connecticut Post (Bridgeport)
Black woman faces hate charges after assault on white policemen.
Ballot Push Starts For Border Police, The Argus (Fremont, Calif.)
California ballot initiative would allow state to enforce federal immigration law.
Border Chief Reaches Out to Volunteers, Newsday (NY)
In wake of Minutemen success, agency considers civilian volunteer auxiliary.
Local Banks Tap Illegal Immigrant Market, Daily Press (Victorville, Calif.)
US banks abet illegal immigration.
Meskhetian Turks Flee Persecution, Start Anew In U.S., Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
They will be among the 70,000 refugees US admits in 2005.
Museum in Mich. will allow visitors to “feel the hospitality of the Arab world.”
‘Racist’ Professor Cautioned, But Launches New Attack, The Australian (Sydney)
Australian professor risks job for speaking truth on race.
Anti-West Fatwas Hit Australia, The Australian (Sydney)
Immigration brings fundamentalist Islam to Australia.