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January 5, 2006
January 4, 2006
After The Fall: Making Sense Out Of Sensenbrenner, Immigration Daily
Immigration lawyer outlines just how radical House immigration bill really is.
Hispanics a Boon To N.C. Economy?, Charlotte Observer
Study finds Hispanics cost government more than they pay in taxes and drive down wages.
Guess Who’s Still Left Behind, Washington Post
Black and Hispanic fourth graders can’t classify a number as even or odd.
Burning Richmond’s Race Card, East Bay Express (Emeryville, Ca.)
Majority black city so sick of misrule that mayor is willing to put whites in charge.
Extremists Jump From the Beach to the Ballot, Australian (Sydney)
Australian nationalist party revives after Cronulla race riots.
Sudanese Refugees Face New Hurdles, Australian (Sydney)
Australia took in 5,656 Sudanese refugees last year.
Armoured Ambulances in Johannesburg’s Inner City, Mail and Guardian (Johannesburg)
Since residents are prone to attack them, only armored ambulances come to neighborhood.
Spain Plans to Offer Asylum to ‘Sexual Refugees’, Telegraph (London)
Spain will give asylum to women and homosexuals who have suffered discrimination.
Rural region will buy camels so that refugees will feel more at home.
January 3, 2006
It’s the Demography, Stupid, The New Criterion
Commentator says Sharia law for Europe possible by 2040.
Two Young Immigrants Portray ‘The Norwegian Dream’, Aftenposten (Oslo)
Teenagers from Middle East epitomize “The Norwegian Dream,” says Prime Minister.
“Too Many Immigrants”, Say Spaniards, MercoPress (Montevideo, Uruguay)
Forty percent of Spaniards identify immigration as the country’s main problem.
Muslim Organisation Calls for Boycott of Denmark, Copenhagen Post
Influential group wants Muslim world to boycott Denmark over Mohammed cartoons.
Citizenship Changes Take Effect, (Auckland, NZ)
Birthright citizenship ends in New Zealand.
Mexico uses border death to inveigh against House immigration bill.
Alito, In and Out of the Mainstream, Washington Post
Nominee more likely than most judges to support deportation of foreign criminals.
Minnesota governor wants to do away with sanctuary cities.
BET.com readers think he “made the most positive impact on the Black community.”
Should Texas Lower Bar Exam Standard?, Houston Chronicle
Black law student wants to remove limit on number of times bar exam can be taken.
ACLU Will Provide Cameras to Tape Police, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Will give cameras to blacks so they can record police abuse.
December 31, 2005
You Can Help the City of Manassas, AR News exclusive
Washington Post slams city that tries to control the effects of immigration.
December 30, 2005
Zirkle Settles Job Suit, Yakima Herald-Republic (Wash.)
Corporation charged with racketeering for hiring illegals settles for $1.3 million.
California alternative rock station changes to “La Preciosa.”
Harlandale Board Considers Renaming ‘Stonewall’ School, San Antonio Express-News
Former official wants school to be named for Cesar Chavez rather than “racist” general.
Mass Eviction To Mexico In 1930s Spurs Apology, Sacramento Bee
California apologizes for deporting Mexicans and may pay reparations.
Activists Call for African Affairs Office, Washington Post
DC government already has offices of Hispanic and Asian affairs.
1 In 3 Kids Not In Physical Shape, USA TODAY
Black girls and Mexican boys are America’s least fit children.
Leave No Gifted Child Behind, Washington Post
President’s program encourages schools to ignore the needs of smart children.
Holy Cows In A Small Town, WGRZ.com (Buffalo)
White Hindus will appeal ruling that required they remove holy cows from their yard.
Dialoguing for Dollars, OpinionJournal
Ford Foundation spends millions to promote “dialogues” on race at universities.
Guatemala Slashes U.S. Immigration Bill, People’s Daily Online (Beijing)
VP says US treats Latin America as though it were a “sub-hemisphere of criminals.”
Tories Consider Scrapping Pledge Over Asylum Quotas, Financial Times (London)
British conservatives “reviewing” campaign promise to put quotas on immigrants.
Polish Women Offered Baby Bonus, BBC News
Poland tries to boost population by paying women to have children.
December 29, 2005
First lawsuit in which Justice Dept. has claimed whites suffered racial discrimination in voting.
Mayor Wants FEMA to Pay for Police OT, Houston Chronicle
Houston mayor wants FEMA to help control Katrina refugee crime wave.
Racketeering Claims Cast, Yakima Herald-Republic (Wash.)
Lawsuit soon to begin will decide whether hiring illegals is a crime against American workers.
Local Births Mirror Nation, Courier News (Elgin, Ill.)
Hispanic birth rate nearly twice that of whites.
Supported by public, congressmen will continue to fight for end of birthright citizenship.
Only four states check citizenship before awarding Medicaid.
Law firm tries to revive suit against school that taught students how to “become Muslims.”
A Challenge We Have Never Faced Before, Telegraph (London)
Net migration has gone from 50,000 to 223,000 per year under British Labour rule.
Sarkozy Call to Help Minorities, BBC News
French politician wants racial preferences for non-whites, but also calls them “louts.”
In Mexico, Culture of Corruption Runs Deep, Dallas Morning News
Mexican commentator: “Corruption seems to be part of our DNA.”
11 Years On, Battles of Apartheid Still Rage, Guardian (London)
Town of liberal artists in South Africa doesn’t like it when blacks build settlement nearby.
December 28, 2005
Black, Indian, and Hispanic gangs plague Canadian cities.
Cops Rip Deportation Delay, Toronto Sun
Policeman: “It is near impossible to get criminals deported from Canada.”
Eight to ten people are kidnapped every day in Haiti.
India builds wall to keep out Bangladeshis.
Father’s gruesome murder of three daughters over “honor” typical of Pakistan.