Thx Latoya. “Obama’s appearance on ABC’s “This Week” appeared to not only accept several Right Wing myths about affirmative action, but the Senator from Illinois suggested that the program were no longer needed to correct black underreprestentation.”
Thx Latoya via Stereohyped. “What are we to do now? …Blair was the 16-year-old Julian High School junior who was killed Thursday when a 16-year-old gang member opened fire on a 103rd Street CTA bus.”
Thx Latoya. “Oprah Winfrey, one of the most powerful moguls of media, is getting away with bragging to Howard University graduates on Saturday that she has “some really good white folks working for me.”"
Thx Latoya. “Barack Obama doesn’t think anyone should cut his two daughters any slack when they apply to college — not because of their race, at least. In the unlikely event that the Obama family goes broke, then maybe.”
Thx Deb. “Too many liberals bash Bush policies, cheer Michael Moore, and swoon over Obama, yet see absolutely no harm in racial stereotypes, especially anti-black stereotypes.”
Thx Ananser. “Lopez’s show outperforms frosh comedies, survives “Idol”, personal setbacks, and lack of network support only to die at the hands of… The Cavemen!”
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