Thanks Rob! “Masi Oka, the breakout star of NBC’s rookie hit “Heroes,” is putting on his poker face for the casino-set thriller “21.” The film is inspired by the true story of a group of men who learned the art of card counting and won millions of dollars
Thanks Rob! Conservative group the Young America’s Foundation releases this academic year’s “Dirty Dozen” — college courses it found to be “the most bizarre and troubling instances of leftist activism supplanting traditional scholarship.”
Thanks Rob! “”The persistent, relentless portrayal of Roma as rootless, lawless, immoral, childlike thieves … will ensure that anti-Gypsy prejudice will remain firmly a part of Euro-American attitudes,” says Ian Hancock, a Romani scholar at the Universi
Thanks Rob! “not only have outreach and retention efforts for Native American students been neglected, but an organization openly mocking and bastardizing Native American culture has long been in place.”
“The Roman Catholic church where he preached to parishioners on Chicago’s South Side is long gone. And few know the story of the man himself — a slave who became the first acknowledged black Catholic priest in the United States.”
“The fact is that racism — and anti-black racism in particular — is a pervasive and historically entrenched reality of life in Latin America and the Caribbean…”
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