November 8, 2004
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese have migrated to Eastern Russia and may become dominant there.
Chinese students feel unwelcome in New Zealand.
November 5, 2004
Alabamans vote to keep law mandating segregated schools in the state Constitution.
Immigration expert believes Pres. Bush won only 31 percent of the Hispanic vote.
Republican candidates recognized voters don't want amnesty.
Texas senator says an immigration deal with Mexico is one of Pres. Bush's top priorities.
Mexico vows to fight Proposition 200.
Overwhelmed San Diego Border Patrol to cut down on prosecutions of illegal aliens.
White contractors team up with black-owned businesses to get government work.
Egyptian professor explains on television how and when to beat one's wife.
Dutch immigration minister says killer was Moroccan. Muslims are outraged.
Local government says church-sponsored school can't have a Christian name.
The Han Chinese associate racial diversity with chaos--and with some justification.
November 4, 2004
The defeat of Tom Daschle and the election of Tom Coburn are good news for immigration reform.
Georgia's laws to prevent non-citizens from voting are probably ineffective.
San Francisco rejects initiative to allow non-citizens to vote in school board elections.
Judge won't punish illegal aliens who use false Social Security numbers
Armed illegal immigrants found guarding a marijuana field.
Long Island police may be deputized to enforce immigration law.
Church shelters illegals and homeless Hispanics; neighbors say this ruins the neighborhood.
Police capture black rapist after his victim sees him on TV dating show.
The federal government starts program to recruit minorities as agency executives.
Twenty thousand Dutchmen protest filmmaker's murder.
Somali immigrants in Britain enslave girl by threatening to use voodoo magic on her.
November 3, 2004
Prop. 200 wins by 12 percent against fierce opposition; legal challenges are expected.
Fifty-six percent of whites and 47 percent of Hispanics voted for Prop. 200.
Support for Bush among Hispanics increases nationally, but decreases in Florida.
Support for Pres. Bush edges up among whites and blacks as well.
Eugenics supporter James L. Hart receives 25 percent of vote for House seat.
Hispanic mayor used federal grant money to pay for consultations with a psychic.
The DHS extends temporary protected status for Hondurans and Nicarguans.
Angry Mexicans block off port after Border Patrol refuses to let Mexican trick-or-treaters cross.
Hispanic murderer to face prosecution for death penalty; Hispanic journalist cries racism.
Study predicts Africa will become poorer while the rest of the world becomes richer.
Academics believe the decline of Catholicism caused the decline in fertility in Southern Europe.
November 2, 2004
Which candidate has the worst amnesty proposal?
Multilingual ballots add a further layer of confusion to this election.
The president of the group monitoring American elections is paranoid black congressman.
Even in Texas, Pres. Bush only gets a third of the Hispanic vote.
The League of the South stages a protest outside SPLC offices.
Non-white pressure group tries to paint NASCAR fans as "racists."
U. of Texas will move statues of Confederates to new location on the advice of a "task force on diversity."
Ninety percent of immigrants who receive deportation orders abscond.
High HIV rate among California Hispanics due to homosexuality and needle-sharing.
San Jose’s oldest rock radio station switches to Spanish programming.
Host advised against sitting next to people reading the Koran on airplanes.
Group of "students of color" gives free popcorn to "white males" to illustrate their privileges.
Muslim kills filmmaker who made a movie critical of Islam.
Canada let in 221,000 new permanent residents last year, but the labor minister thinks they need more.
November 1, 2004
A Zogby poll confirms Pres. Bush won't increase his share of the Hispanic vote.
Republicans sue the John and Ken Show for its attacks on an open-borders congressman.
Pres. Bush and John Kerry do some undignified campaigning for the Hispanic vote.
Whites at black universities encounter blacks who ask them bluntly what they're doing there.
Andamanese women have such large buttocks that they can stand toddlers on them.
SA president frets over racial conspiracy theories while his country sinks into chaos.
Many in Kenyan parliament support using chemicals to reduce rapists' sexual desires.
White Zimbabwe teenager visiting Alaska is delighted she can drive without fear of car-jackings.
Several localities in Britain have blocked proposals to build asylum centers.
SW Asians in Britain are 50 percent more likely than average to die from coronary heart disease.
October 29, 2004
Illegal aliens could throw a close election to the Democrats.
Milwaukee won't prosecute Hispanic group despite proof it knowingly registered illegal voters.
California gangs vow revenge on police officers.
Hispanic gang violence comes to Idaho.
Western Union does a roaring trade in money transfers by illegal aliens.
Demonstrators advocate renewal of immigration sweeps in Temecula; ICE makes excuses.
The IRS reviews NAACP's tax-exempt status because it campaigned for Sen. Kerry.
It is Pres. Chirac's "strongest wish" that Turkey join the EU.
Twenty-two percent of Spaniards believe immigration is the country's most pressing problem.
There are one million non-white immigrants in Italy, making up two percent of the population.
October 28, 2004
Teachers' obsession with "anti-racism" takes precedence over logic and common sense.
Columnist accuses Democrats of cynical manipulation of black vote.
If non-whites voted at the same rate as whites, Kerry would lead by five percent in battleground states.
School district fires consultant who implies blacks and Hispanics might be racist.
Poll worker opposes bilingual ballots and believes Hispanic voters should learn English.