September 28th, 2001 - Open Knowledge
Sep. 28th, 2001
"He hasn't exactly moved in. We prefer to call it 'crashing.' He makes
his own bed, takes away his dirty laundry and tiptoes in when he comes
in late at night. Sometimes I feel like I have two husbands."
-- New Yorker Mark Hsiao on New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is
living with Hsiao and his husband Howard Koeppel due to Giuliani's
marital problems at home at Gracie Mansion, to the Los Angeles Times,
01:47 am - Forbidden Love
Sen. Dianne Feinstein said yesterday she will push to suspend all new
foreign student visas for six months while officials improve
immigration tracking to keep terrorists from sneaking into the
Such a moratorium would have major effects on colleges
and foreign students alike, particularly in the Bay
Area, home to thousands of international students.
More than 500,000 foreigners enter the United States
each year to study at colleges, universities and
Feinstein, D-Calif., said she decided to introduce
legislation after learning that Hani Hanjour, the
hijack suspect thought to have piloted American
Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, had
entered the United States on a student visa.
Whining libertarians. Always complaining about how the government micromanages the economy.
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