Friday, August 03, 2007

Around The Blogosphere 03 August 07

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LaShawn Barber expresses surprise upon learning of the Bush Administratrion's Crackdown on ‘Questionable’ Social Security Numbers:
"...If the executive branch does its job and actually enforces immigration laws, it would go a long way toward stemming the tide of foreigners crossing the border or overstaying visas, if the effort is combined with cutting off welfare to non-citizens. (No welfare for legal residents, either.)..."
Global Voices' Gilad Lotan: "Over the past several months, a growing number of Sudanese refugees have been crossing into Israeli territory through the Egyptian desert. The Israeli government has reacted by placing many in detention camps, and is currently considering their fate. Israeli bloggers are questioning their government’s actions, comparing the situation to that of the mid-1930’s, when the world did not accept Jewish refugees fleeing from the Nazi regime. Many claim that a country like Israel, which was created on the virtue - ‘remember and never forget‘, is already forgetting the apathy its’ founding fathers faced in the not so distant past." [more]

According to Celebrity Baby Blog, [VIA MRS. GRAPEVINE] Eddie Murphy’s ex-wife, Nicole Murphy, met with ex-girlfriend, Melanie Brown, and introduced sisters Bella Zahra Murphy (5) and Angel Iris Murphy. Nicole gets to hold and see the baby before Eddie.

NY Daily NXblogger Liz Benjamin is one of three bloggers featured on Channel 4's
News Forum with WNBC's Jay DeDapper this Sunday at 6:30 a.m.

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