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todays jersey journal says what we in kearny all know. kearny is full of illegal immigrants with criminal records. what do you expect with a immigrant mayor and bunch of know nothings for council.

click here for jersey journalhttp://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/index.ssf?/base/news-2/1183356468108380.xml&coll=3

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Out of the 131 they caught, five were from Kearny and one had a criminal record. The only thing full of is you, Guest.

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We're a nation of proud immigrants and descendants of immigrants. Unless you're Native American, everyone traces their lineage to another country. Don't forget that the list of foreign-born American citizens is long and impressive. What do Alexander Hamilton (yes, the one on the U.S. ten dollar bill), Andrew Carnegie, Henry Kissenger, Madeleine Albright, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Senator Mel Martinez have in common? They are ALL foreign born and became U.S. citizens by choice.

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todays jersey journal says what we in kearny all know. kearny is full of illegal immigrants with criminal records. what do you expect with a immigrant mayor and bunch of know nothings for council.

click here for jersey journalhttp://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/index.ssf?/base/news-2/1183356468108380.xml&coll=3

well no shit.

thats why everyones moving out of kearny. its turning into newark.

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Guest Census Reality Check

Look carefully at the entire State and most of the country. The Census Bureau is estimating that the majority of the country's population will be of Hispanic and Asian descent within 20 years.

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well no shit.

thats why everyones moving out of kearny. its turning into newark.

The people that are moving out of Kearny are the ones that can't afford to live here and I'm glad that's happening , mostly white trash .....bye bye .......bye bye

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Look carefully at the entire State and most of the country.  The Census Bureau is estimating that the majority of the country's population will be of Hispanic and Asian descent within 20 years.

So what? Feel threatened?

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We're a nation of proud immigrants and descendants of immigrants.  Unless you're Native American, everyone traces their lineage to another country.  Don't forget that the list of foreign-born American citizens is long and impressive.  What do Alexander Hamilton (yes, the one on the U.S. ten dollar bill), Andrew Carnegie, Henry Kissenger, Madeleine Albright, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Senator Mel Martinez have in common?  They are ALL foreign born and became U.S. citizens by choice.

There is a world of difference between the people you mention and illegal immigrants.

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The people that are moving out of Kearny are the ones that can't afford to live here and I'm glad that's happening , mostly white trash .....bye bye .......bye bye

Or moving to better neighborhoods without piece of shit mexicans. rofl

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todays jersey journal says what we in kearny all know. kearny is full of illegal immigrants with criminal records. what do you expect with a immigrant mayor and bunch of know nothings for council.

click here for jersey journalhttp://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/index.ssf?/base/news-2/1183356468108380.xml&coll=3

What does having an immigrant mayor have to do with the crime rate in Kearny?

I don't get your logic at all.

Someone's origin of birth or ethnic background does not compromise their ability to do their job.

Your comment is entirely ridiculous.

I'm bilingual, actually trilingual...and according to the English grammar I learned, using the word "a" before a word commencing with a vowel is incorrect grammatically.

Brush up on your reading and writing before you go making racist and blanket statements with no basis, about a group of people.

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Don't let the door hit you on your way out.  :D

Are you illegal Bern? All illegals should be deported as soon as they are found. The Mayor isn't a illegal immigrant, he just know they will vote for him because of his name. Even though their not supposed to by law. That's a joke in it self.

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The people that are moving out of Kearny are the ones that can't afford to live here and I'm glad that's happening , mostly white trash .....bye bye .......bye bye

With your statement above mentioning white trash, I guess your not white? But you can't be racist right? Just white people are.

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No, to the contrary.  The posting was in response to the racist comment of Kearny becoming Newark.

I want to address your first comment before the one above. Can you provide a link to the article that states that please? Now, to the one above...how is saying Kearny is turning into Newark a "racist comment"??

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People keep in mind that this issue is not dead by any means. Stay on top of this and don't lay down. First keep calling your elected reps. and don't let them think we forgot. Next, if you think there is illegal activity or a house that is suspect call and report it to the immigration people. Start the ball rolling. We must turn up the heat. Anyone who lives in Kearny knows about illegal apartments. We must make the feds enforce the laws already on the books. Call them they will come. We want people to come here legally and respect our laws as well as those waiting in line to do it the right way. Don't let Bush and Kennedy give our country away as well as our way of life and culture.

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Yes I do because my white grand children will be the ones to get shit on. Let's see if PC is still around in twenty years!!!

The irony is that when that day arrives, whites will all of a sudden discover the merits of affirmative action and equal protection under the law. But it will be too late. Even more ironic, it's the Republican-appointed majority on this Supreme Court that's dismantling minority rights. What most of America hasn't yet come to grips with is that today's minorities will, in 20 years, be tomorrow's majority.

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Flagman, is back!!!!!!!!! well? ---you tell me!!! was the Flagman right!!!--OK---one at a time!!!--OK!!!!!

Here comes Newark, Trash, trash, trash, and more trash!!!

Flagman.

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Yes I do because my white grand children will be the ones to get shit on. Let's see if PC is still around in twenty years!!!

We should spend the next 20 years teaching tolerance and the acceptance of diversity. That way the people you shitted on all your life won't be so likely to shit on your grandchildren. But I don't think that anyone who had you as a grandfather would ever unlearn intolerance.

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With your statement above mentioning white trash, I guess your not white? But you can't be racist right? Just white people are.

QFT!

There can be a Peruvian Day parade and a Mexican Day and what have you...there can never be a White Pride day...that's the devil's work!

rofl...all these hispanics need to get off their high horses. They all, the ones i've been in contact with, seem to think the world owes them something or that they're better than everyone else. :lol:

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Yes I do because my white grand children will be the ones to get shit on. Let's see if PC is still around in twenty years!!!

My wife and I were visiting her grandparents over the holiday and the subject came up. They were amused-they're old enough to remember the "black people will outbreed whites!" scare last century, and see this nonsense as what it is.

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I want to address your first comment before the one above. Can you provide a link to the article that states that please? Now, to the one above...how is saying Kearny is turning into Newark a "racist comment"??

RELEASED: 12:01 A.M. EDT, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2007

If you don't think "[fill in the name of the town] is becoming Newark" is racist then you're in serious denial. Do you think the person who posted that statement in a thread on "illegal immigrants" was referring to Newark's downtown skscrapers or the airport or the port or the light rail or the parks? Of course not.

As to published support for minorities becoming the majority in the US, the only open question is how soon that will happen, it may be less than 20 years. There are many stories and studies analyzing this demographic trend. Here's one that's just 2 months old from the US Census Bureau:

RELEASED: 12:01 A.M. EDT, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2007

Robert Bernstein

Public Information Office

(301) 763-3030/457-3762 (fax)

(301) 457-1037 (TDD)

e-mail: <pio@census.gov>

CB07-70

State Contacts

Detailed tables

Minority Population Tops 100 Million

The nation’s minority population reached 100.7 million, according to the national and state estimates by race, Hispanic origin, sex and age released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. A year ago, the minority population totaled 98.3 million.

“About one in three U.S. residents is a minority,” said Census Bureau Director Louis Kincannon. “To put this into perspective, there are more minorities in this country today than there were people in the United States in 1910. In fact, the minority population in the U.S. is larger than the total population of all but 11 countries.”

The population in 1910 was 92.2 million. On Oct. 17, 2006, the Census Bureau reported that the overall population had topped 300 million.

California had a minority population of 20.7 million — 21 percent of the nation’s total. Texas had a minority population of 12.2 million — 12 percent of the U.S. total.

There were other milestones reached as well during the July 1, 2005, to July 1, 2006, period: The nation’s black population surpassed 40 million, while the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander group reached the 1 million mark.

Hispanic remained the largest minority group, with 44.3 million on July 1, 2006 — 14.8 percent of the total population. Black was the second-largest minority group, totaling 40.2 million in 2006. They were followed by Asian (14.9 million), American Indian and Alaska Native (4.5 million), and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (1 million). The population of non-Hispanic whites who indicated no other race totaled 198.7 million in 2006.

With a 3.4 percent increase between July 1, 2005, and July 1, 2006, Hispanic was the fastest-growing minority group. Asian was the second fastest-growing minority group, with a 3.2 percent population increase during the 2005-2006 period. The population of non-Hispanic whites who indicated no other race grew by 0.3 percent during the one-year period. (See Table 1 Excel | PDF.)

Four states and the District of Columbia are “majority-minority.” Hawaii led the nation with a population that was 75 percent minority in 2006, followed by the District of Columbia (68 percent), New Mexico (57 percent), California (57 percent) and Texas (52 percent). No other state had a minority population exceeding 42 percent of the total. (See Table 2 Excel | PDF.)

Highlights for the various groups:

Hispanic

Hispanics accounted for almost half (1.4 million) of the national population growth of 2.9 million between July 1, 2005, and July 1, 2006.

California had the largest Hispanic population of any state as of July 1, 2006 (13.1 million), followed by Texas (8.4 million) and Florida (3.6 million). Texas had the largest numerical increase between 2005 and 2006 (305,000), with California (283,000) and Florida (161,000) following. In New Mexico, Hispanics comprised the highest proportion of the total population (44 percent), with California and Texas (36 percent each) next in line.

The Hispanic population in 2006 was much younger, with a median age of 27.4 compared with the population as a whole at 36.4. About a third of the Hispanic population was younger than 18, compared with one-fourth of the total population.

Black

The black population increased by 1.3 percent, or 522,000, between 2005 and 2006.

New York had the largest black population in 2006 (3.5 million), followed by Florida (3 million) and Texas (2.9 million). Texas had the largest numerical increase between 2005 and 2006 (135,000), with Georgia (101,000) and Florida (86,000) next. In the District of Columbia, the black population comprised the highest percentage (57 percent); Mississippi (37 percent) and Louisiana (32 percent) were next.

The black population in 2006 was younger, with a median age of 30.1, compared with the population as a whole at 36.4. About 31 percent of the black population was younger than 18, compared with 25 percent of the total population.

Asian

The Asian population rose by 3.2 percent, or 460,000, between 2005 and 2006.

California had the largest Asian population on July 1, 2006 (5 million), as well as the largest numerical increase during the 2005 to 2006 period (114,000). New York (1.4 million) and Texas (882,000) followed in population; Texas (43,000) and New York (34,000) followed in numerical increase. In Hawaii, Asians made up the highest proportion of the total population (56 percent), with California (14 percent) and New Jersey and Washington (8 percent each) next.

The Asian population in 2006 was younger with a median age of 33.5, compared with the population as a whole at 36.4.

American Indian and Alaska Native

The American Indian and Alaska Native population rose by 1 percent or 45,000, from 2005 to 2006.

California had the largest population of American Indians and Alaska Natives (689,000) on July 1, 2006, with Oklahoma (397,000) and Arizona (331,000) next. Arizona had the largest numerical increase (8,000) since July 1, 2005, followed by Texas (7,000) and Florida (4,000). In Alaska, American Indians and Alaska Natives made up the highest proportion of the total population (18 percent), with Oklahoma and New Mexico, at 11 percent each, next.

The American Indian and Alaska Native population in 2006 was younger, with a median age of 31, compared with the population as a whole at 36.4. About 28 percent of the American Indian and Alaska Native population was younger than 18, compared with 25 percent of the total population.

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

The Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population rose by 1.7 percent, or 17,000, from 2005 to 2006.

Hawaii had the largest population (275,000), followed by California (260,000) and Washington (49,000); California had the largest numerical increase (3,400) of people of this group, with Texas (2,000) and Florida (1,500) next. In Hawaii, Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders comprised the largest proportion (21 percent) of the total population, followed by Utah (1 percent) and Alaska (0.9 percent).

The Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population in 2006 was younger, with a median age of 28.6, compared with the population as a whole at 36.4. About 30 percent of the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population was younger than 18, compared with 25 percent of the total population.

Non-Hispanic White

The non-Hispanic, single-race white population, which represented 66 percent of the total population, accounted for less than a fifth (18 percent) of the nation’s total population growth.

California, New York and Texas had the largest population of this group (15.7 million, 11.7 million and 11.4 million, respectively), but Texas experienced the largest numerical increase (104,000), followed by North Carolina (91,000) and Arizona (78,000). Maine and Vermont had the highest proportion of single-race non-Hispanic whites (96 percent each), followed by West Virginia (94 percent).

The non-Hispanic, single-race white population in 2006 was older than the population as a whole: The respective median ages were 40.5 and 36.4. About 21 percent of the population of this group was younger than 18, compared with 25 percent of the total population.

Also released today were tabulations by age, which showed:

There were 37.3 million people 65 and older in 2006, accounting for 12 percent of the total population. In 2005, this group numbered an estimated 36.8 million.

The number of people 85 and older reached 5.3 million, up from 5.1 million in 2005.

In 2006, working-age adults (18 to 64) totaled 188.4 million, which was 63 percent of the population. A year earlier, the total was 186.2 million.

The number of preschoolers (younger than 5) in the United States in 2006 was estimated at 20.4 million, up slightly from 20.3 million.

The number of elementary school-age (5 through 13) children was 36.1 million, with high-school age (14 through 17) children numbering 17.2 million.

States with the highest percentages of older people (65 and older) include Florida (16.8 percent), West Virginia (15.3 percent) and Pennsylvania (15.2 percent). States with the lowest percentages were Alaska (6.8 percent), Utah (8.8 percent) and Georgia (9.7 percent).

States with the highest percentages of preschoolers include Utah (9.7 percent), Texas (8.2 percent) and Arizona (7.8 percent). States with the lowest percentages were Vermont (5.3 percent), Maine (5.3 percent) and New Hampshire (5.6 percent).

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Unless otherwise specified, the data refer to the population who reported a race alone or in combination with one or more other races. The detailed tables show data for both this group and those who reported a single race only. Censuses and surveys permit respondents to select more than one race; consequently, people may be one race or a combination of races. Hispanics may be any race.

The federal government treats Hispanic origin and race as separate and distinct concepts. In surveys and censuses, separate questions are asked on Hispanic origin and race. The question on Hispanic origin asks respondents if they are Spanish, Hispanic or Latino. Starting with Census 2000, the question on race asked respondents to report the race or races they consider themselves to be. Thus, Hispanics may be of any race. (See U.S. Census Bureau Guidance on the Presentation and Comparison of Race and Hispanic Origin Data.)

These data are based on estimates of U.S. population for July 1, 2006. The Census Bureau estimates population change from the most recent decennial census (Census 2000) using annual data on births, deaths and international migration. More detailed information on the methodology used to produce these estimates can be found at <http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/compraceho.html>.

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