September 26, 2005
Whites over-represented and blacks under-represented in Iraq deaths.
September 23, 2005
College newspaper gets in trouble for article on black crime based on our report.
Eye-witnesses describe wholesale looting by police, but department denies it.
Black student hits girl because she is white.
200 blacks and Hispanics square off in California prison.
However, Hispanic Texas politicians want them out.
Hispanic Chicago politician wants to be in the Mexican government too.
Police in Milwaukee arrest Hispanic gang members for immigration violations.
Without Hispanic immigrants, America's poverty rate would be falling.
Zimbabwe "mopping up excercise" will take remaining white-owned farms.
Central American gangs now a problem in Spain as well.
BNP councillor banned from office for three months for "racist" statement.
September 22, 2005
Drew Fraser defends race realism in article banned from publication.
White farmers forced to sell so that farm can be given back to former owners.
High murder rate a "legacy of apartheid" claims article.
Non-white immigrants many times more likely than native Dutch to be criminals or unemployed.
Island gets 30 African illegals a day, and more than half get asylum.
In some states, half of Katrina refugees have criminal records.
White town in Louisiana refuses refugees, but swears race has nothing to do with it.
People in New Orleans describe fighting off looters.
Research showing bias in home loans fails to take into account alternative explanations.
Gov. Schwarzenegger supports Minutemen despite Hispanic pressure.
Hispanic Border Patrol agent betrays his office.
September 21, 2005
Refugees, mainly Hmong and Somalis, pour into Minnesota.
Congressman may run after all, and it would make GOP "uncomfortable."
Voter ID proposals opposed because they would keep non-whites from voting.
Another legal challenge to stop tuition breaks for illegals.
Verification program could stop employers from hiring illegals.
Hispanic groups want illegal alien evacuees to be protected from investigation.
Detroit suburb residents don't want store because it might bring blacks from the city.
Baby bonus aims to combat low birth rates among well-educated women.
British author now regrets her cynicism about motherhood.
Human rights lawyer believes Deakin University should publish Drew Fraser.
He doesn't think New Zealand should deport him for fraud and assault.
September 20, 2005
Inner-city residents know how to get "free money" for disasters—real or invented.
National Guard finds loot piled high in many buildings.
Indiana black and Hispanic high-schoolers are four grades behind whites on average.
A tale of a truly tragic mulatto.
Geraldo Rivera tells Hispanic journalists not to forget where they came from.
Illegal who caused accident had three prior convictions, but not deported.
British Medical Association thinks immigrant doctors take jobs from natives.
British minister finds blacks there act disturbingly like blacks in US.
Muslim thinks he sees symbol of Allah on ice cream cones; Burger King grovels.
Danish artists won't illustrate book on Mohammed for fear of attack.
Tobacco crop worth only five percent of what it would have been without "land reform."
University fears prosecution if it publishes article on "White Australia" policy.
Teacher suing school district for racial discrimination to appear on TV.
September 19, 2005
Columnist likes our report, but disagrees with our principles.
University believes article about White Australia policy would violate the law.
Black refugees complain Red Cross is too white.
White New Orleans suburb won't apologize for blocking bridge to city during Katrina.
Columnist amazed by how many black New Orleanians believe conspiracy theory.
Hispanics assault border watch group and desecrate American flag.
Hispanic children in Texas more than twice as likely as whites to be obese.
Hispanic girl had children by her father and then threw them out the window.
Hmong murderer's wife thinks white victims were "evil people" who deserved to die.
Some British non-white neighborhoods are "black holes" where "nobody goes without fear."
Minister believes France should reconsider birthright citizenship laws.
Minister announces white farmers are "filth" who must be "cleared out."
September 16, 2005
Help Australian professor to make his views heard.
Anyone can get into Canada as a refugee, and almost no one gets thrown out.
British paper writes about gun problem, ignores race problem.
President aims to clear away "legacy of inequality" with hurricane debris.
Government debit cards also used to buy Louis Vuitton bags.
Americans have given $788 million to Katrina charities.
John Roberts agrees with Sandra O'Connor on racial preferences in university admissions.
Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate defies business interests.
San Francisco Giants become the "Gigantes" for one evening.
Hmong killer of six declares victims were disrespectful and called him names.
September 15, 2005
Teacher suspended for writing letter critical of non-whites to congressman will sue.
Houston police think "building trust" with immigrants more important than stopping crime.
Columnist notes the curious customs of Mexican immigrants.
Restrictionists claim to be most concerned about the interests of immigrants.
Mainly because they are less creditworthy.
US among the top spenders on education but gets mediocre results.