This common interest will help make dating easier, more effective, and more successful.
Harvard’s International Office director David Henry told the government while they were not “impressed” with Obama, he had passed his general exams and was able begin working on his Ph. Rice writes: “I think the file proves, fairly conclusively, that racism drove the president’s father from the United States.
a weekly paper, published the immigration file of Barack Hussein Obama, Sr., the President’s father. I went back and forth a bit with Ben Smith (whose blog post brought this file to my attention) over whether “racism” is really the right word for the bureaucratic attitudes and actions these documents contain.
The file, obtained by the paper via the Freedom of Information Act, reveals that Obama Sr.’s departure from the country wasn’t exactly voluntary, and perhaps answers some of the questions the President discussed in his book, . There’s no use of slurs or harsh language, certainly.
The Daily News reported that the hate mail to the Yankees' 31-year-old captain called him a "traitor to his race" for dating white women.
It warned him "to stop or he'll be shot or set on fire," the paper said in Monday editions, quoting an unidentified law enforcement source. Now, for some reason, it's on the front page and it's some big, huge story."Jeter, picked by People magazine as one of the world's most eligible bachelors, has been linked with models, singers, actresses and athletes of various racial and ethnic backgrounds in New York's gossip columns. In an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes," Jeter said that he and his sister were taunted for being biracial while growing up in Michigan.