August 6, 2004
Michelle Malkin believes national security more important than non-whites' civil rights.
Michelle Malkin agrees with AR about Japanese relocation camps.
Recently, the foreign-born population has been increasing by one to two million a year.
Non-citizen voting is allowed in many US towns and cities, and may come to more.
Candidate says a million blacks were disenfranchised in 2000 elections.
One in three residents of majority black DC reads at or below third-grade level.
Racial speech codes are far from dead in universities.
Republicans call increase in percentage of minority delegates "milestone achievement."
Venezuela's politics pit Indians against whites.
Ugandan Christian mystic kidnaps children to man his army.
“Love your neighbour as yourself, share your wives with your neighbour,” sect says.
August 5, 2004
On L.A. television show, illegal immigrants perform zany stunts for a shot at a green card.
Californians launch yet another initiative designed to deny benefits to illegals.
Opponents of Protect Arizona Now promise legal challenges and Hispanic vote drive.
ICE rules unborn babies conceived in US not entitled to US citizenship.
Aerial drones spot illegal border-jumpers and collect evidence for criminal prosecutions.
More on the "human sacrifice" of open-borders politicians on the John & Ken Show.
Publisher wants to start a dating website for whites, and the SPLC doesn't like it.
Black columnist found Barack Obama's speech on racial unity more than he could take.
Diversity task force promises era of harmony for racially divided school.
Dutch will pay failed asylum seekers $7,200 to go home.
Immigrants will have to pass exam on Dutch language and culture in their home countries.
500 elderly women accused of witchcraft are murdered every year in Tanzania.
August 4, 2004
Immigration reformer Kris Kobach ahead in close Kansas election.
Department of Homeland Security declares Border Patrol can no longer conduct inland sweeps.
Woman fired for eating pork at heavily Muslim company.
Wal-Mart may face a fine of $10 million for hiring illegal aliens.
The latest on ultra-sensitive racial terminology.
University will no longer exclude whites from course.
Black leader calls Jacksonville mayor a "redneck" for not supporting racial preferences.
Candidate appeals to base by imitating Black Panthers.
"Some teachers are just racist," student explains.
Candidate goes door-to-door saying, "white children deserve the same rights as everyone else.”
Home schooling has increased 29 percent in four years on fears of school environment.
US Olympic basketball team gets hammered by Italy.
South Africa can't get its story straight about cancelling Christmas.
August 3, 2004
Company faces discrimination lawsuit despite diversity initiatives and raises for blacks.
Church pastors say it's difficult to maintain a multi-racial congregation.
White teacher claims black principal wouldn't punish students for anti-white slurs.
Grandparents think county government should help pay for baby conceived in jail.
Some believe the Sons of Confederate Veterans are becoming a white nationalist group.
Many stalwart Republicans will not vote for Bush because of his amnesty proposal.
Border Patrol reports 35 percent of illegal border-crossers came on amnesty rumors.
Mexicans build squalid shanty towns in Texas.
Hispanic gangs cooperate to make profits on drugs, extortion, and prostitution.
Kansas Attorney General won't defend law that gives in-state tuition to illegal aliens.
Terrorists could use the matricula consular to create fictitious identities.
Democrats denounce "racial profiling" of Arabs and Muslims.
Bank boycotts, televison attacks, and lawsuit threats take toll on BNP.
Official may decide not to include Christmas among South Africa's 14 public holidays.
Senegalese telemarketers imitate a Parisian accent.
August 2, 2004
Unfair political ads directed at blacks are highly effective.
Notorious black-run hospital fails to follow stardard medical procedures.
University of Colorado College Republicans protest class reserved for non-whites.
Rep. Joe Baca may run into trouble with voters for protesting Border Patrol sweeps.
ICE agents have arrested more than 3,300 sexual predator suspects.
Hispanic folk-healers treat patients with "la vida de las plantas and the forces of life."
Immigration lawyers argue a fetus conceived in America is a US citizen.
Ohio State Fair features "Fiesta Ohio" with Aztec dance music.
Lawyers arrive after police immigration raids and help illegals to abscond.
Popular radio show calls for "human sacrifice" of open borders politicians.
Government plans to deport 26,0000.
British official wants fewer employees with "prejudicial attitudes."
Foreign strippers applying for work visas because of "national shortage" in Canada.
Canadian churches are refuges for illegal immigrants.
AIDS specialists believe 40 percent of South African army is HIV positive.
Race is a barrier to integration in Israel too.
July 30, 2004
Race missing from story about school violence.
From the 20s to the 60s, insurers charged non-whites more because they died sooner.
Honda accused of racism because it charges higher interest rates to those with poor credit.
Columnist trots out myth of "bigoted and devastating" Tuskegee experiments.
School districts go in search of elusive non-white teaching candidates.
John Edwards and Barack Obama seek LL Cool J's endorsement.
Black man suggests that America give up on racial integration.
NY congressional candidate opposes affirmative action.