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Immigration backlash backlash

By R. Neal
May 2, 2006 - Wow! A couple of interesting days here at Facing South and around the nation. I won't try to recap all the news pouring in from around the country about the "Day Without Immigrants" yesterday.

Memo from Chris

By R. Neal
March 27, 2006 - Chris wanted me to let everyone know that he is taking the week off for some well deserved R&R. Blogging will be lighter than usual, although he may pop up from time to time. I'm sure there will be plenty to talk about in his absence, so keep checking back.

Bursey case debate

January 18, 2006 - Today, we cross-posted at DKos the news -- published earlier here at Facing South -- that the Supreme Court had decided against hearing South Carolina activist Brett Bursey's appeal over 2002 charges that he posed a &quo

We're back

January 4, 2006 - Facing South kicked off 2006 with a glitch over our domain name. Karl Rove has been mentioned as the culprit, but this is not confirmed.

Feliz Navidad!

December 25, 2005 - Holiday greetings, y'all. Blogging will be extra light over the next week as Facing South takes some much-needed R&R. See you in the New Year!

Koufax Awards Madness

December 19, 2005 - I've started getting emails from readers, letting me know that they're nominating Facing South for the 2005 Koufax Awards. (Thank you.)

Facing South down

December 15, 2005 - For reasons still not entirely clear, our web host was down most of today. Sorry for the interruption, Facing South will be back Thursday.

Hampton students are free

December 6, 2005 - We reported last week on Hampton University (Virginia), a historically black college where students were rounded up by police and faced expulsion for holding a peaceful demonstration.

Southern news of the weird

By R. Neal
December 1, 2005 - Posted by R. Neal Make up your own jokes... Item: An Alabama man was charged with indecent exposure after several women reported being approached by a man wearing see-through pants.