October 11, 2004
States with large concentrations of immigrants also have high disease and crime rates.
Hispanics account for most of the increase in poverty in America since 1990.
Riot between Hispanics and whites after Hispanics bring Latin American flags to high school.
The elderly are more comfortable in segregated nursing homes.
Immigration reform leader praises House vote to support tough intelligence bill.
Insurance companies' reasonable arguments for charging blacks more fall on deaf ears.
Federal government's hiring policy will make it harder to claim "discrimination."
Blacks are overrepresented in television and film; Hispanics and Asians are underrepresented.
African Nobel Peace Prize winner believes whites created AIDS to exterminate blacks.
In Switzerland, communities decide whether immigrants who live there can become citizens.
A black gang terrorizes a London neighborhood.
British civil rights chief says rural Britain practices "passive apartheid."
German parties NPD and DVU will merge for the 2006 national election.
October 8, 2004
Some Sears stores are bringing loud, tight clothing to the front to attract Hispanics.
House Republicans reject President Bush's attempt to defang intelligence bill.
Disaffected Republicans launch campaign to defeat Pres. Bush.
Cal. mayor recieves excuses and complaints for asking Border Patrol to round up illegals.
Orange County remains politically conservative despite white minority.
Company owned by Hispanic judge provides illegal immigrant workers.
Truly artistic people wouldn't have noticed spelling errors in mural, says Hispanic artist.
Black musician's video presents terrorism as a heroic response to American racism.
Hopefully, imam who condoned wife-beating is gone for good this time.
Muslim policeman used his office to spy for profit.
Politicians don't hesitate to protect some species native to America.
October 7, 2004
EU agrees to begin negotiations for Turkish membership, but proposes safeguards against immigration.
Better to let Canada join the EU than Turkey, says Dutch politician.
Prominent Tory warns immigration must be halted "before it is too late."
Italy brushes off UN complaints that it is not respecting refugees' rights.
Indian executives working in the US send business to India at the expense of US workers.
Article on Providence slave walks includes comments by Jared Taylor.
Conference concludes that all blacks in the world are eligible to sue whites for slavery.
The ACLU is campaigning to weaken intelligence bill immigration policy.
Rep. Tancredo urges moderators to ask questions about immigration.
Federal officials explain how illegal immigrants can get hurricane relief.
Hispanic misspells names of Einstein and Shakespeare; she'll get $6,000 to fix them.
October 6, 2004
Political correctness restricts the eminent biologist's view of race.
New children's movie features soundtrack by gangsta rappers.
Most onlookers don't take slave walk in Massachusetts seriously.
Residents protest plan for Nation of Islam community.
NAACP gets Confederate flag near its convention site removed.
Californians block construction of Hindu temple saying it would change city's demographics.
Conservative pundit recognizes for the first time that changing demographics doom Republicans.
In 1992 there were 1,063 fines for hiring illegals. In 2002 there were only 13.
Hospitals and business leaders join in the campaign against Prop. 200.
UN protests Italy's deportation of illegal aliens.
You can get in trouble at this college for thinking a black is an expert on black issues.
Conservative pledges cap on immigration and withdrawal from UN refugee convention.
The ruler of Equatorial Guinea ate his predecessor's testicles.
Japan considers loosening its immigration policy because of aging workforce.
October 5, 2004
Virginia Abernethy responds to newspaper criticism of her ethnic separatism.
Congressman objects to White House proposal to weaken bill that would crack down on illegals.
Hispanic birth rates in California are falling.
Dual nationality law encourages Mexicans in US to remain loyal to Mexico's national interests.
A white blogger is stunned by his Hispanic coworker's racialist political outlook.
Study shows racial preferences affect the way white students perceive non-white students.
Sen. Kerry insinuates that Republicans are trying to keep blacks from voting in November.
On the congressional campaign of James L. Hart, a supporter of eugenics.
New bill would give Hawaiian Polynesians self-determination.
Poll shows cutting immigration is the policy that would gain most votes for British conservatives.
Black immigrants to Canada have a high AIDS rate; many contract AIDS after they come to Canada.
Localities refuse to accept Liberian refugees that the British government wants to settle.
Rape activist points out high South Africa rape rate; president calls her racist.
October 4, 2004
AR's Jared Taylor says whites aren't protected by Sweden's "hate speech" laws.
Rejected asylum seeker allowed to stay in Norway tries to crash plane by axing pilot.
"Suicide bomber musician" to perform in Britain.
American doctor who went to SA to fight AIDS assaulted by her staff.
Nigerians beat a politician to death because they believe he stole a man's penis.
Politicians who support ex-president Aristide incite looting and violence.
White House tries to gut provisions of bill that would crack down on illegal aliens.
Immigration is a hot issue in Colorado, but Senate candidates barely mention it.
Gov. Schwarzenegger's veto of driver's license bill isn't the only veto to anger Hispanics.
An Arizona hospital may go under because of the costs of treating uninsured Mexicans. . .
. . . meanwhile, a Mexican hospital lets an uninsured US citizen die.
A Mexican consul casually uses the racial slur "gringos" to refer to whites.
Expert suggests cops more likely pull over Indians for DWI because of higher rates of alcoholism.