“But one thing is for certain, namely that most US newscasts are about on par with Chinese when it comes to objective reporting and truth-seeking.”
“Should we refuse to adopt an African American child because some people might look down on her or because some of the research warns us against interracial adoptions?”
“We can’t let McCain get away with aligning himself with a religious leader who’s called for an all-out war on Islam, someone who draws no distinctions between Muslims and violent Islamic extremists. Now is the crucial time to act.”
“The misogyny from the media, from supposedly liberal blogger doodz , commenters on this blog, and just about everywhere during this campaign has been despicable.”
“Suffice it to say that plenty of folks, including supposedly liberal (even “feminist”) writers, are slinging misogynistic shit at Clinton. I wish I could say it was all coming from the likes of Rush Limbaugh and Chris Matthews, but I can’t.”
Go check out this tee-shirt spotted at a chain store in S. Korea – LDP
“Researchers say their findings reveal a community that was generations ahead of its time, with blacks and whites living side-by-side and an integrated schoolhouse that opened 70 years before the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Brown v. Board of Education
“Secret Service supervisors shared crude sexual jokes and engaged in racially derogatory banter about blacks, and passed around an anecdote about a possible assassination of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, according to internal e-mail disclosed in a federal court
“If images of women in comic books persist in sexualization, then the great storylines will fade away, just like it did in the late 1940’s during the “headlight comic books.” They will be nothing short than meaningless.”
“Africa may be the second largest continent, but in the fashion world, it can be pretty darned difficult to find on the map.”
“The detainees have less access to lawyers than convicted murderers in maximum-security prisons and some have fewer comforts than al-Qaeda terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. But they are not terrorists.”
“As English-language news organizations [...] cut back on news-gathering, they devote their time and resources to entertainment, celebrities, pets and crime [...] But Spanish-language TV producers, who serve a clearly defined, growing audience, have space(tags: media)
“As if we don’t already have enough bad news about the state of Black America, and black youth in particular, now the MSM is somehow fixated on the amphibious efforts of lil’ Tyrone and Daisha.”
“The continued poor treatment of foreigners at American airports is insulting and results in affirming and entrenching the negative American image abroad.”
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