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November 8, 2004

The Manchurian Candidates For Domination Telegraph (London)

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Hundreds of thousands of Chinese have migrated to Eastern Russia and may become dominant there.
November 5, 2004

Between the Lines National Review Online

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Immigration expert believes Pres. Bush won only 31 percent of the Hispanic vote.

Wife Beating: An Arab How-To FrontPage magazine.com

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Egyptian professor explains on television how and when to beat one's wife.

China’s Minority Fears BBC News

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The Han Chinese associate racial diversity with chaos--and with some justification.
November 4, 2004

Millions Vote, But Not All Are Citizens Gainesville Times (Ga.)

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Georgia's laws to prevent non-citizens from voting are probably ineffective.

Noncitizen Voting For School Board Failing San Francisco Chronicle

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San Francisco rejects initiative to allow non-citizens to vote in school board elections.

Policing Immigrants? Newsday

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Long Island police may be deputized to enforce immigration law.

Bringing Back the Fire Los Angeles Times

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Church shelters illegals and homeless Hispanics; neighbors say this ruins the neighborhood.

Victim Spots Attacker On NBC Show The Smoking Gun

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Police capture black rapist after his victim sees him on TV dating show.

Voodoo ‘Snared Girl As Sex Slave’ BBC News

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Somali immigrants in Britain enslave girl by threatening to use voodoo magic on her.
November 3, 2004

Ford, Tanner Cruise to New Terms in House The Commercial Appeal (Memphis)

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Eugenics supporter James L. Hart receives 25 percent of vote for House seat.

From Empty Pews To Empty Cradles

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Academics believe the decline of Catholicism caused the decline in fertility in Southern Europe.
November 2, 2004

Committee Will Decide Statue Locations Daily Texan (Austin)

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U. of Texas will move statues of Confederates to new location on the advice of a "task force on diversity."

On the Run, but Not Out of Reach Los Angeles Times

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Ninety percent of immigrants who receive deportation orders abscond.

HIV on the Rise Among Migrants Los Angeles Times

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High HIV rate among California Hispanics due to homosexuality and needle-sharing.
November 1, 2004

Enrollment Shifts At Black Universities Washington Post

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Whites at black universities encounter blacks who ask them bluntly what they're doing there.

The Pygmies of the Andaman Islands iSteve Web Exclusives Blog

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Andamanese women have such large buttocks that they can stand toddlers on them.

The Madness of Thabo Mbeki The Spectator

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SA president frets over racial conspiracy theories while his country sinks into chaos.

In Search of Freedom Anchorage Daily News

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White Zimbabwe teenager visiting Alaska is delighted she can drive without fear of car-jackings.

Appeal Court Allows Asylum Centre The Guardian (London)

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Several localities in Britain have blocked proposals to build asylum centers.
October 29, 2004

On the Backs Of the Poor Forbes

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Western Union does a roaring trade in money transfers by illegal aliens.

“Sweeps” Supporters Honor Mayor Mike Naggar Valley News Network (Temecula, Cal.)

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Demonstrators advocate renewal of immigration sweeps in Temecula; ICE makes excuses.

NAACP In Hot Water Over Speech USA Today

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The IRS reviews NAACP's tax-exempt status because it campaigned for Sen. Kerry.

25,000 Ghanaians in Italy Ghana Home Page

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There are one million non-white immigrants in Italy, making up two percent of the population.
October 28, 2004

Exaggerated Claims Of Racism Newton TAB (Mass.)

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Teachers' obsession with "anti-racism" takes precedence over logic and common sense.

40 Excuses and a Mule FrontPageMagazine.com

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Columnist accuses Democrats of cynical manipulation of black vote.

Minority Turnout is Kerry Key Fabrizio, McLaughlin & Associates

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If non-whites voted at the same rate as whites, Kerry would lead by five percent in battleground states.

Consultant’s Racial Terms Stir Outrage Star-Telegram (Fort Worth)

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School district fires consultant who implies blacks and Hispanics might be racist.