Mississippi renames highways after Emmett Till and other black victims.
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Foundation's program presents Republican party as the true champion of non-whites.
Sec. of State Rice tells Mexico that the US does not support Minutemen.
White House backs international court ruling that may lead to new trials for Mexican murderers.
Bill to give scholarships to illegals passes in New Mexico senate.
Arkansas house approves bill to make illegals eligible for state scholarships.
Columnist is amazed to find her tax dollars going to charity that supports illegals.
Pandering politicians hang cops out to dry in Los Angeles.
Democrats pander to conspiracy theories of black disenfranchisement.
Texas Senator believes Americans don't really want immigration laws to be enforced.
President hears sad refugee stories; vows to bring intake back up to pre-9/11 level.
LA police commissioner apologizes to blacks after police kill black in self defense.
Virginia state senator calls bill to fine ghetto fashion "embarrassing."
Black groups say they would feel slighted if their museum isn't built on the Mall.
Rep. Tancredo thinks brief mention of immigration reform in speech is an admission of defeat.
Of all Pres. Bush's policies, immigration is the least popular.
Pres. Bush will not fund intelligence bill directive to add 2,000 Border Patrol agents this year.
DHS official who insisted that Border Patrol respect sensitivities of illegals resigns.
Immigration control group may target congressman who thinks diversity gives his district vibrancy.
State Department is silent on how-to guide for Mexican illegals.
Arizona to welfare applicants: "If you swear you're a citizen, we'll trust you."
President wants to open borders to "good-hearted" Mexicans.
Senate would rather save the habitat of birds than that of Americans.
After consideration of Intelligence Bill, Pres. says he will work with House on immigration reform.
Border Patrol expects renewed talk of amnesty to encourage border-jumpers.
Not even other Republicans understand Pres. Bush's obsession with amnesty.
Expect even more Hispanic appointments as Pres. Bush continues his Hispanic strategy.
A totalization agreement with Mexico would cost American taxpayers billions.
White House appoints a Hispanic as Attorney General and may appoint a black as Chief Justice.
Arlen Specter thinks Republicans won't get elected unless they support racial preferences.
Colin Powell announces amnesty will be "a high priority" for the President's second term.
The DHS extends temporary protected status for Hondurans and Nicarguans.
Which candidate has the worst amnesty proposal?
Pres. Bush and John Kerry do some undignified campaigning for the Hispanic vote.
The Bush administration sponsors "economic empowerment" centers for non-white entrepreneurs.
Los Angeles will offer workshops to teach illegal aliens how to register their businesses.
Project USA riles Congressman by putting up billboard announcing his support for amnesty.
After minority outreach strategy fails, Karl Rove makes last-ditch efforts to appeal to whites.
Illinois governor is much concerned with the health and safety of illegal immigrants.
Immigration is a hot issue in Colorado, but Senate candidates barely mention it.
Sen. Kerry plays up his support for racial preferences and calls black vote "most important."
Columnist accuses Democratic party of soliciting the votes of non-citizens.
Although the parties and media think otherwise, whites will determine the election.
Radio talk-show hosts stage mock human sacrifice outside office of open-borders politician.
Pres. Bush seems more concerned with Mexico's national interests than America's.
AZ county funds group that places water for illegal border-crossers in the desert.
The President asks us to celebrate minority businesses this week.
Spanish section of Bush website with Mexican flag is a symbol of a balkanized nation.
Sen. Kerry tells union he would pass amnesty in his first 100 days as president.
Blogger hopes Republican party will disintegrate because of its contradictions.
Besides amnesty, Republican platform advocates increase in work visas.
If Bush administration had allowed debate on immigration platform, it would have lost.
Amnesty-supporter gives speech welcoming immigrants to Republican party.
College conservative movement leans more towards Patrick Buchanan than George Bush.
Proposed Republican platform on immigration strongly endorses Bush amnesty.
Pres. Bush's half-Mexican nephew calls Border Patrol pepper guns "reprehensible."
Edward Nelson berates Congress for using Social Security to buy Hispanic votes.
Lawrence Auster has strong words for Pres. Bush about Spanish-language ad.
Candidate says a million blacks were disenfranchised in 2000 elections.
Republicans call increase in percentage of minority delegates "milestone achievement."
Candidate appeals to base by imitating Black Panthers.
John Edwards and Barack Obama seek LL Cool J's endorsement.
Will Republicans ever realize pandering to non-whites is a dead end?
Bush tries to woo black voters.
Our "best friend” in the hemisphere is a crime-ridden source of violent immigrants.
John Kerry supports legislation that would increase the scope of anti-discrimination law.
John Kerry campaigns on the myth of black voter disenfranchisement in Florida in 2000.
Illinois GOP would rather lose senate election than place immigration reformer on ballot.
President calls America “the nation of the open door” to Hispanic pressure group LULAC.
Constitution Party and Libertarian Party sap support for Republicans.
Tony Blair supports it.
The gangsta vote.
Whitey go home.