November 18, 2005
Illinois government to get "Office of New Americans Policy and Advocacy."
New Orleans is now almost crime-free; refugees blamed for crime surges elsewhere.
La. town's first black police chief held on crack-selling charges, but he refuses to resign.
Students weep at mandatory high school diversity exercise.
November 17, 2005
Homeland Security Secretary says guest-worker program necessary instead.
Feds should have deported Hispanic illegal alien cop-killer with rap sheet, say Dallas police.
New study finds each immigrant family costs taxpayers $1,800 a year in Florida.
Twenty-four Congressmen support a border fence.
Town wants ICE office to enforce immigration law; Hispanics protest.
Hospitality for Katrina refugees ends when guest assaults white host.
Student leaves university after writing column against racial preferences.
Most racial bias murders and rapes in 2004 Hate Crimes Report were against whites.
French favorite for president uses new-found popularity to urge immigration restriction.
British politician says incest among Pakistani immigrants causes birth defects.
November 16, 2005
US education level will decline as Hispanic share of the population grows.
The TRUE Act would end birthright citizenship and require border wall.
Whites in Georgia county don't like Spanish-speaking neighbors and chickens next door.
Gardening company's ad says their employees speak English; Hispanics think that's "racist."
Illegal aliens sue Maryland for making it hard for them to get driver's licenses.
More Chinese spying.
Bush Justice Dept. spends less time on blacks and more on immigrants than previously.
Toronto police arrest 16 black high-schoolers for assaulting and harassing white girl.
Black and Arab rappers have been talking about setting fires for years.
It may be Mr. Sarkozy rather than Mr. Le Pen who benefits most from the riots.
November 15, 2005
Middle-class Chicago blacks could live around whites, but prefer their own kind.
Black ex-policeman caught in truck probably stolen during Katrina looting.
Black congresswoman blasts town that blocked bridge from New Orleans to stop looters.
Police probably intimidated witness who will testify about discrimination against white voters.
News article implies whites responsible; an AR reader sets the record straight.
Decline in income and education level tied to expanding Hispanic population.
Slice of life in Puerto Rico.
Schools scrap expulsion rules because they are used so often against non-whites.
Black man didn't tell his lovers he had AIDS; now, two are dead from the disease.
Ordinary French say, “Chirac does not seem to live in the same country that we do.”
November 14, 2005
In Chicago, the same house sells for twice as much if it comes with white neighbors.
Family of black defendant thinks 30-year sentence is too long for murder of white man.
Hispanics in Utah four times more likely than whites to kill a family member.
Student who thinks "diversity is perversity" almost kicked out of college for his beliefs.
Help wanted ad for Santa said applicants should be "preferably Caucasian."
Riots may launch France on the road to racial preferences.
Many French are inclined to agree that rioters are "scum."
500,000 Chinese to come this year.
There have been 1,400 murders in Jamaica this year, and Jamaicans want out.
South Africa has made diamond company sell 26 percent stake to blacks.
People get along better the more genes they have in common, says J. P. Rushton.
November 11, 2005
Justice Department sues university over racially exclusive fellowships.
Feds worried checking backgrounds of Katrina refugees would be racial profiling.
Riot police block off area and patrol meeting of Minutemen in Illinois.
Nationalist parties hope riots will convert waverers.
He didn't want to help the far right.
Many Dutch officials hire bodyguards because of Muslim death threats.
Thousands of Muslims demonstrate in Denmark over newspaper's Muhammad cartoons.
Agricultural revolution spread from Near East but left little mark on European genome.
In two generations a majority of Australian professionals could be Asian.
Australian official says those who want sharia law should go home.
November 10, 2005
Random black-on-white attacks may be linked to anti-white fliers found in neighborhood.
Basketball team showed ruins of Detroit on screens during a game.
Congressman spurns President over immigration policy.
Bi-lingual textbooks may also be coming to all Florida public schools.
Study finds increase in medically uninsured largely due to illegal immigration.
"Never befriend an infidel unless it is to convert him," says book distributed by Saudi government.
President thinks intensifying aid to non-whites the answer to riots.
Signs advertising National Front rally read, "Le Pen always said it."
Nationalists in Denmark and Belgium raise alarm over copycat rioting.
South African trains don't run on time; passengers decide to torch them.
November 9, 2005
Jean-Marie Le Pen says Front National is "submerged" with prospective members.
Interior Minister confirms his reputation as a hard-liner.
Most French blame discrimination against non-whites for riots.
Aztlan leader says yes.
Failed Virginia candidate should have pressed his opposition to day-laborer centers harder.
Texas town holds on to its heritage.
Herndon, Va. Minutemen keep track of day laborers and the people hiring them.
USDA wants to make sure Mexicans get their fair share food stamps.
School laid off teacher after he complained about insubordinate black students.
Judge finds desegregation program increases segregation.