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Wednesday, July 14, 2010
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Countdown to Arizona’s SB 1070: Nativism in the U.S.
From the looks of angry protesters on both sides of the law, the latest immigration gridlock in our neighboring state to the east might seem like an historical precedent, but in reality, it’s only the latest development in a long history of nativism within a country made of immigrants, yet fearful of newcomers. Patt kicks off our immigration series leading up to the scheduled implementation of
Peter Schrag, retired editorial page editor and columnist for the Sacramento Bee, and “The Nation,” his latest book is “Not Fit for Our Society: Immigration and Nativism in
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2:06 – 2:30
Are we closer than we realized to an HIV vaccine?
According to two papers recently published in the online edition of the journal
Dr. Gary Nabel, director of the
2:30 – 2:39
2:41 – 2:58:30
Feel free to skate or die just make sure to register your prints with the Sheriff first.
The case has been made again and again for kids to wear elbow pads and helmets while skating at skate parks but is requiring skaters to identify themselves with a scanned thumb print protecting them or a total violation of their privacy? The question has been raised in the city of
Miki Vuckovich, Executive Director Tony Hawk Foundation
Councilmember Jim Cunningham, Ponway city council
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