Thx RD. ” Add President George Walker Bush to the list of top-tier U.S. politicians whose ancestors include slaveholders. U.S. Census records for 1790 to 1830 testify to the slaveholding past of some early Walker-family members.”
Thx Dawn. “Actually, I don’t think we’re so different. When I hear his life story and read his writings, despite what must be paranoid schizophrenic delusions, I begin to identify with the tragic figure of Seung-Hui Cho.”
Thx berrybrowne. “Sen. Barack Obama…lamenting that many of his generation are “disenfranchising” themselves because they don’t vote, taking rappers to task for their language, and decrying “anti-intellectualism” in the black community”
“The violent computer game, along with the discovery of swords in the boy’s room, and other undisclosed information, led to the mandatory removal and transfer of the student to M.R. Wood Alternative Education Center. Oh, and guess what? The student is Asi
Hat tip to The Coup magazine blog. “Men in Guinea’s capital have begun attacking women who they accuse of doing the popular buttock-swinging Wolosso dance from Ivory Coast.”
“ultimately, Mrs. JV and Those Two Asian Girls, it is women like you who give women like me a bad name. You facilitate and excuse anti-Asian racism and anti-female sexism…As an Asian American, you embarass me. As a woman, you embarass me.”
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