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July 22, 2004

Poll: Entrant-Benefits Ban Leads 4-1 Arizona Daily Star

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Arizona initiative to deny benefits to illegal aliens is overwhelmingly supported by public.

ACLU Seeks Data on Sweeps L. A. Times

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The ACLU is investigating the Border Patrol for "racial profiling" in recent CA sweeps.

Flag Apology Gets Students Diplomas Flint Journal

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A student may be expelled for bringing a Mississippi state flag to school.

Who’s Still Afraid of Keith Windschuttle The Australian

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Australian academics are horrified by a book that challenges the "evil white man" stereotype.
July 21, 2004

A Question from an AR News Reader Special to AR News

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What is the best place in America for a white family to live?

Diverse City Finds Unity In Voting Detroit Free Press

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Vote to keep Islamic prayer calls marks the end of Polish-Catholic dominance in Hamtramck MI.

New Section for Phone Directory Richmond Times-Dispatch

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Verizon to add a white-pages section for businesses owned by non-whites and women.

Victory Slipping Away for Black Farmers Washington Post

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USDA turns down 90 percent of black farmers in class action anti-discrimination lawsuit.

Sub-Saharan Africa Poverty Grows BBC News

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Africa is the only region in the world where poverty has increased over the last 20 years.
July 20, 2004

The Immigrant Gang Plague City Journal

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Hispanic immigration boosts gang crime by 50 percent in just three years.

Panic At Nigerian ‘Killer Calls’ BBC News

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Nigerians believe they will die instantly if they answer calls from certain numbers.

Farah Takes On Revisionist History WorldNetDaily.com

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Only a third of students can name a WWII general, but two thirds know of Japanese relocation centers.

Afghan Hijackers Live Life of Luxury Telegraph (UK)

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Nine Afghan hijackers have cost Britain £37 million and cannot be deported.
July 19, 2004

Our Ally, El Salvador Special to AR News

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Our "best friend” in the hemisphere is a crime-ridden source of violent immigrants.

Toronto Second In Proportion Of Foreign-Born Globe and Mail (Toronto)

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Three North American cities have populations that are more than 40 percent foreign-born.

Who Are We? The American Conservative

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Mr. Huntington’s book refutes every argument used to dismantle America.
July 16, 2004

U-M Plans 2.8% Hike In Tuition Ann Arbor News

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Cash-strapped university cuts teaching staff, but increases funding for diversity programs.

Valedictorian Debate Sparks Outrage AP

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Black valedictorian must share honor with two whites; NAACP calls it a “lynching.”

Kerry Praises NAACP Chairman CNSNews.com

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Candidate praises NAACP chairman who compared Republicans to the Taliban.

More Workers Than Work San Francisco Chronicle

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Mexican day laborers drink and urinate in public and harass residents of MA town.

Bush Loses Support Among Hispanics Gallup News Service

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The "hermanos” and "amigos” will probably vote for Sen. Kerry.

Terror in the Skies — Again? WomensWallStreet.com

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An airline passenger experiences the horrifying consequences of anti-racial profiling rules.
July 15, 2004

Ralph Nader’s Immigration Platform Nader for President website

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Would Ralph Nader’s policy make America’s immigration crisis better or worse?

Busted Budgets On The Border MSNBC.com

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Border agents forced to release most detainees back onto the streets.

The (Un)Fairness Act National Review Online

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John Kerry supports legislation that would increase the scope of anti-discrimination law.

Nader Angers CBC With Demand For Apology The Hill.com

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Black politicians call Ralph Nader an “arrogant white man” for not dropping out of race.

Life Expectancy Plummets In Africa BBC News Online

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The average child born today in Zambia or Zimbabwe will die in their early 30s.

Hijackers Allowed To Stay Telegraph (UK)

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Afghan hijackers cannot be deported from Britain due to immigrants’ rights laws.

Secular Christmas Stamps Attacked Telegraph (UK)

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British post won’t put out stamps with Christian themes because of "multi-faith” society.
July 14, 2004

Zimbabwe Sees Red Over MDC Colours The Star

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Zimbabwe bans the color red from television and uses ox-carts as ambulances.

Belgium’s Far Right Builds Up Strength BBC News Online

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Vlaam’s Blok leader predicts success despite lawsuit against party and media hostility.

A Storm In A Port Guardian (UK)

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Immigrant-rescue group, UN, and Vatican persuade Italy to take in boat-load of migrants.

Malaysia To Expel Illegal Workers BBC News Online

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The West could learn from Malaysia’s massive operation to expel illegal immigrants.

Australia Eases Residency Rules BBC News Online

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Australia allows supposedly temporary refugees to apply for citizenship.

Deutsch Borders On The Absurd Palm Beach Post

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Florida congressman talks sense about immigration — and gets pounded in editorial.