Alaskans of Color Ignored by Palin; Vote-Scam Fliers in Black Neighborhoods

By The News Oct 02, 2008

Alaskans of Color Feel Ignored by Palin Thursday night, Gov. Sarah Palin will debate Sen. Joe Biden in the vice presidential debate, but many Alaskans of color argue that her record proves she is a "daughter of privilege, someone out of touch with the concerns of people of color, and a government official they’d like to see return to their state to face an investigation into allegations of abuse of power." Black America Web. Remittances to Mexico Reduced In Poor Economy With an economic crisis and immigration on the decline, there is no surprise that Mexican immigrants’ remittances home have seen the largest drop since they started being recorded 12 years ago. Los Angeles Times. Vote-scam Fliers in Philly’s Black Neighborhoods "An anonymous flier circulating in African-American neighborhoods in North and West Philadelphia states that voters who are facing outstanding arrest warrants or who have unpaid traffic tickets may be arrested at the polls on Election Day." Philadelphia Daily News. Bloomberg Seeks a Third Term to Solve NYC Economic Issues Despite a voter referendum for term limits, New York’s Mayor Bloomberg plans to seek reelection for a third term, and several lawyers and government watchdog groups said Wednesday they are mulling legal action to block any changes. Yahoo news.