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November 18, 2005

Jailed Chief Creates Problems for Lutcher Advocate (Baton Rouge)

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La. town's first black police chief held on crack-selling charges, but he refuses to resign.
November 17, 2005

The Myth of No-Cost Immigrants Investor’s Business Daily

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New study finds each immigrant family costs taxpayers $1,800 a year in Florida.

Winthrop Campus in Uproar Over Column Herald (Rock Hill, SC)

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Student leaves university after writing column against racial preferences.

Bias Crime Report Yields Biased Reporting Jim Kouri, The Common Voice, Nov. 14

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Most racial bias murders and rapes in 2004 Hate Crimes Report were against whites.

Sarkozy to Urge Migration Shake-Up Financial Times (London)

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French favorite for president uses new-found popularity to urge immigration restriction.

Ban Asian Marriages of Cousins, Says MP Telegraph (London)

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British politician says incest among Pakistani immigrants causes birth defects.
November 16, 2005

America the Uneducated Business Week

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US education level will decline as Hispanic share of the population grows.

‘White Flight’ in Gwinnett? Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Whites in Georgia county don't like Spanish-speaking neighbors and chickens next door.

Gardener Ad Plants Controversy KGET-TV (Bakersfield, Cal.)

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Gardening company's ad says their employees speak English; Hispanics think that's "racist."

Md. Immigrants Sue Over License Process Washington Post

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Illegal aliens sue Maryland for making it hard for them to get driver's licenses.

Teen Sex Charges Anger Parents Canadian Press

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Toronto police arrest 16 black high-schoolers for assaulting and harassing white girl.

Sarkozy Shines Amid Controversy BBC News

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It may be Mr. Sarkozy rather than Mr. Le Pen who benefits most from the riots.
November 15, 2005

Slighted in the Suburbs Chicago Sun-Times

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Middle-class Chicago blacks could live around whites, but prefer their own kind.

What France Really Thinks UPI

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Ordinary French say, “Chirac does not seem to live in the same country that we do.”
November 14, 2005

Blacks Hurt by Gap in Home Values Chicago Tribune

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In Chicago, the same house sells for twice as much if it comes with white neighbors.

Courtroom Fight Follows Sentencing AP

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Family of black defendant thinks 30-year sentence is too long for murder of white man.
November 11, 2005

U.S. Accuses SIU of Anti-White Bias Chicago Tribune

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Justice Department sues university over racially exclusive fellowships.

Immigration Debate Daily Herald (Chicago)

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Riot police block off area and patrol meeting of Minutemen in Illinois.
November 10, 2005

Is Le Pen Ruling France? UPI

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Signs advertising National Front rally read, "Le Pen always said it."

Århus Teens on the Warpath Again Copenhagen Post

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Nationalists in Denmark and Belgium raise alarm over copycat rioting.

Angry SA Passengers Burn Trains BBC News

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South African trains don't run on time; passengers decide to torch them.
November 9, 2005

Jerry Kilgore Made Two Big Mistakes Human Events

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Failed Virginia candidate should have pressed his opposition to day-laborer centers harder.