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January 13, 2006
Swimming With the Sharks, AlterNet
Legalize Polygamy, Study Urges, Canadian Press
Government report argues Canada should recognize immigrants’ polygamous marriages.
Alarm Raised Over the Dumping of Foreign Wives, Aftenposten (Oslo)
Pakistani immigrants in Norway find a neat way of ridding themselves of ex-wives
Pastor Is Arrested Over ‘Child Witch’ Cruelty Claims, Times (London)
The latest in a string of witchcraft crimes among London’s African immigrants.
Terror on Top Deck As Gang Runs Amok, Leeds Today (UK)
Gang of black and “mixed race” teens beat four in Britain because they are white.
Asylum-Seekers to be Asked: Will You Leave for £3,000?, Times (London)
Britain to pay asylum-seekers and illegal immigrants to leave.
January 12, 2006
Wal-Mart Links Pay To Diversity Goals, MarketWatch
Wal-Mart will reduce bonuses of executives who don’t hire enough women and non-whites.
Race Gap in School Discipline Persists in Seattle, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
School district has plan to even out punishments given to black and white students.
Support Follows Racial Lines, Washington Times
Endorsements for Maryland senate candidates divide along racial lines.
Staffer testifies black congressman demanded bribes for African business deals.
Gang members wear “Stop Snitching” T-shirts to court to intimidate witnesses.
Anheuser-Busch v. Alito, American Spectator Online
Why MALDEF is afraid of Samuel Alito.
Attorney General: Court Must Stop Mistreating Immigrants, San Jose Mercury News
Overloaded immigration courts not nice enough to immigrants, says Alberto Gonzales.
Hispanic Leaders to Protest Mexico-U.S. Wall, Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Hispanic organizations announce “peace marches” to protest border wall proposal.
Tancredo Blasts Foreign Ministers’ Immigration Demands, Congressman Tom Tancredo
“Foreign powers must stay out of our domestic politics.”
ACLU wins on overcrowding ordinance.
Radical Cleric Preached Hatred and Murder, Prosecution Argues, Los Angeles Times
Britain’s Abu Hamza wanted a caliph “sitting in the White House.”
The Economist’s Surrender, FrontPageMagazine.com
Elite magazine sympathizes with Muslims in the Danish Mohammed cartoon controversy.
India Acquired Language, Not Genes, From West, Study Says, National Geographic News
New findings suggest that Indians and Europeans not substantially genetically related.
January 11, 2006
Report: MS-13 Gang Hired to Murder Border Patrol, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, Cal.)
Border Patrol says human smugglers plan on paying to have them killed.
Mexico claims shooting demonstrated America’s lack of concern for human rights.
United Farm Workers: A Broken Contract, Los Angeles Times
Relatives of Cesar Chavez enrich themselves off his legacy and do little for farm workers.
Demographic Crisis of the GOP, Patrick J. Buchanan
The Hispanic strategy isn’t working for the White House.
Candidate says Mexico needs president who stands up to US on border wall.
School that banned kilt at high school dance admits it was wrong.
Suit Alleges Race Bias by O.C. Assessor, Los Angeles Times
White official accuses black boss of giving promotion to a less qualified black man.
Barry Tested Positive for Cocaine Use in the Fall, Washington Post
Marion Barry may have to go to prison again.
Alain Finkielkraut referred to “victims of slavery who now live off French state hand-outs.”
African country celebrates National Voodoo Day.
January 10, 2006
Mexico tells America it must give illegals amnesty.
Burbank Hiring Site Draws Ire, Los Angeles Times
Cal. city made Home Depot build a day laborer center.
GOP Foes Laud Governor’s $100M Border Request, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)
Democratic Az. governor takes a page from Republicans’ book as election nears.
Ordinance Limiting Household Makeup Stirs Sharp Debate, Washington Post
Many in Manassas support overcrowding law at town meeting.
LULAC: Minutemen are “domestic terrorists.”
30 percent of blacks think winning lottery more practical than getting rich by saving.
For a White Man’s Execution, Where are Black Protesters?, San Francisco Chronicle
Black anti-death penalty advocates seem concerned only about the executions of blacks.
Major Canadian political parties vying for the immigrant vote.
Denmark prosecutor won’t file charges against paper for Mohammed cartoons.
Forty percent of all airplane crashes take place in five African countries.
The City that Gold Built, Newsweek
Even Newsweek recognizes that race matters in photo-essay on Johannesburg.
January 9, 2006
Report: Segregation Increasing, San Francisco Examiner
San Francisco’s schools resegregated after integration was no longer required.
Migrants a Top Issue For Voters, Arizona Republic (Phoenix)
Immigration is the most important issue for Arizona voters this year.
Anglo Makes Most-Wanted List, Park Record (Park City, Ut.)
A rare honor in Utah town where Hispanics are a minority, but a majority of criminals.
Illegal Workers Create ID Crisis, Pioneer Press (St. Paul)
Illegal arrested for stolen ID says he paid good money for it.
Corporation does nothing wrong, but apologizes to blacks anyway.
Marion Barry, Act XVII, Washington Post
Black columnists says it’s “hard to dislike” Marion Barry.
Mexico’s Contradictions Playing U.S. for Fools, San Bernadino County Sun (San Bernadino)
Mexican politicians afraid of economic collapse if border-wall is built, says commentator.
Sarwar: Police Too Scared of Asian Gangs, Times (London)
Muslim MP in Britain complains police too lax on non-white criminals.
Camilla’s Protector Paid Out, Herald Sun (Melbourne)
Bodyguard sues British police for over-promoting him because he is black.
Asian Takeaways Under Threat From Migrant Bill, Times (London)
Chinese ask British parliament for change in immigration policy to save chop suey houses.