“A student who acted as a referee between a pro-Tibet vigil and a pro-China group has been accused of being a traitor.”
“He came up with such tired tripe as a charge that Obama once associated with a nutty bomb-throwing anarchist. That was “40 years ago, when I was 8 years old,” Obama said with exasperation.”
“Did you ever notice that white women can give birth to black babies, but black women can’t give birth to white ones?”
“Daniel’s father strongly believes that despite serious warning signs, including even emails from Daniel’s friends warning the University of his suicidal behavior, officials did not do enough to prevent his death.”
“the mayor ignores his 96 daughters in order to groom his uninterested son to become mayor. Why doesn’t he groom one of his much more enthusiastic daughters? And, of course, it is the brooding son who, in the end, saves the entire world of Whoville.”
“Should the administration make overtures to working class white southerners who had all but forsaken the Democratic Party? The then-first lady took a less than inclusive approach. “Screw ‘em,” she told her husband.”
“Elitist” is another word for “arrogant,” which is another word for “uppity,” that old calumny applied to blacks who stood up for themselves.
“It was here, after the Israeli occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights in 1967, that divided families used to come from either side of the border to see each other through binoculars and shout messages.”
“A majority of Canadians feel their country makes too many accommodations to visible minorities, according to a new poll.”
“An Iranian immigrant whose dream was to become a Mountie was awarded more than $500,000 in lost wages and damages yesterday by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal because he was racially taunted and harassed at an RCMP training depot in 1999.”
“A radio station suspended two disc jockeys Tuesday over a derogatory remark about Alaska Native women made on their show, a comment that has Alaskans comparing the shock-jock duo to Don Imus.”
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