Archive for: November 18, 2007

November 18, 2007

Judicial Watch Lawsuit: No Driver’s Licenses for Illegal Aliens

Filed under: Immigration - 18 Nov 2007

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced that it filed a lawsuit on behalf of a New York taxpayer in the Supreme Court of the State of New York against New York Governor Eliot …

Matching Top Colleges, Low-Income Students

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 18 Nov 2007

Last year, when Amherst College welcomed 473 new students to its idyllic campus, 10% of them came from QuestBridge. But QuestBridge is no elite private school. It’s a nonprofit start-up in Palo Alto, Calif., that matches gifted, low-income students with …

Showdown for Ataturk’s Republic

In early October, members of the separatist Kurdish Workers’ Party (“PKK”) stationed in northern Iraq, instigated a clandestine military attack, which led to twelve casualties. This attack is a minuscule part of a spate of intensified attacks by the Kurdish …

It Is Payback Time

Filed under: American Government,Immigration - 18 Nov 2007

Friends, the government up until today have been very concerned about the illegal immigrants rioting. I am here to say they might want to start worrying about us as of today. I am not calling for any rioting I am …

Bush, Democrats to Continue Spending Fight

Bitter clashes between President Bush and congressional Democrats foreshadow a bigger fight as the two parties start framing divergent messages on the economy and spending in time for next year’s elections. In coming weeks, the White House and its …

Hillary Reacts To Eliot Spitzer’s Reversal on Licenses for Illegal Aliens

Filed under: Immigration,The Democrats - 18 Nov 2007

Just as Hillary Clinton and her campaign staff were putting the final touches on her non-answers, half- answers, and outright lies for the Thursday debate in Las Vegas, the breaking news came roaring at them: Governor Eliot Spitzer had just …

Chinese Dissidents Take On Beijing Via Media Empire

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 18 Nov 2007

Most days, Xiang Dong leads a life typical of this city’s suburban office worker. But at nights, he takes on another persona: China dissident. The bespectacled Mr. Xiang, a 38-year-old father of two, hosts a pair of weekly talk …

Can a City Stop you From Web Linking to Their Site?

Here is an interesting question: Can a city stop a private citizen from putting a link on their website to a city website? The question arises over a Sheboygan, Wisconsin case where a woman who is often critical of the …

The Tragedy of Abdication

Every time I publish a column on the issues of race or race politics, I invariably get a slew of emails from white people who shower me with kudos for saying what’s been on their minds “forever” but which they …