> From Vox Africanus at The Root: Is it fair to compare these two situations? One point I will make is Dr. Laura wasn’t an employee of CNN, but Rick Sanchez was.
>http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/.element/apps/cvp/3.0/swf/cnn_416x234_embed.swf?context=embed&videoId=bestoftv/2010/06/15/cb.az.citizenship.proposal.cnn Arizona continues its campaign to stamp out all aspects of minority existence with a proposed law that would deny birth certificates to children of illegal immigrants in the state. From Rep. John Kavanagh, a Republican supporter of the bill: “If you go back to the original intent of the drafters … it was never […]
> Looks like Arizona’s campaign to whiten every facet of life has backfired. Initially, Miller Valley Elementary School principal Jeff Lane asked the artists behind its Go on Green mural to lighten the faces of the children featured in the mural. The mural, left, part of a campaign to advertise environmentally friendly transportation, features four […]
> First of all these, INS agents need a history lesson. Anyone born in Puerto Rico IS an American citizen as the island is an American territory. Second, the fact that these folks could not verify this man’s citizenship status should be of concern to any taxpayer with a brain. Exactly how can we fight […]
> A New York weekly newspaper printed before and after photos of presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama. The newspaper, Smithtown Messenger, is catching fire for using a shot from the 1970s sitcom “Sanford and Son,” with Redd Foxx as Fred Sanford and LaWanda Page as Sanford’s sister-in-law, Aunt Esther. The publisher […]