“She’s appealing to people who do believe that Obama’s success is because he’s black. These same people are very likely among the “victimized white people,” those who think that somehow they have been denied something…because of affirmative action”
“Spokane attorney Mark Kamitomo is said to be one of the best personal injury attorneys in the area…Apparently five of the jurors referred to him as “Mr. Kamikaze” and “Mr. Miyagi” (from the Karate Kid).”
“Barack Obama had to “denounce and reject” Louis Farrakhan (with whom he has no official ties whatsoever) but Hillary can send her “best wishes and thoughts to the governor and to his family”?”
“The extent to which Obama’s white support has been directly related to his downplaying of race issues simply cannot be overstated, as evidenced by the kinds of things many of these supporters openly admit”
“If the fallout from Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s raging hypocrisy and penchant for prostitutes really does force him to resign, Paterson, formerly a state senator representing Harlem, will become the state’s first black governor and the first blind governor.
“does it make sense for a museum exhibition to use Asian American identity as its organizing principle? Based on “One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now,”…at the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo on May 4, the answer is yes.”
“An 18-year-old Pakistani man has been convicted of hate crimes after he forcibly cut the hair of a Sikh student during school in Queens, violating the boy’s religion.”
“and when I saw the Clinton ad’s central image — innocent sleeping children and a mother in the middle of the night at risk of mortal danger — it brought to my mind scenes from the past. I couldn’t help but think of D. W. Griffith’s “Birth of
“Geraldine Ferraro defended her controversial comment that Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign was successful because he was black, telling an interviewer Tuesday that she was being attacked because she was white.”
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