“Zaki believes ultimately, polygamy is good for society — especially in the inner city, where intact families are rare and many kids grow up without their fathers.”
“Seeking a balance between outreach and enforcement, Miami is launching a nearly $1 million crime-fighting initiative in Overtown that will mix police patrols, video cameras — and suit-and-tie wearing Muslims.”
The film was written by Vietnamese American writer Vy Vincent Ngo [...] The script was praised for its brilliance by studios but was considered impossible to make, presumably for its dark, sexual, and complex look at an imperfect hero.
“Having been targeted by this kind of tactic before, I can tell you that there are few things less sexy than someone “acting seductive” in order to distract you from something you’re trying to do alone. Like reading a book, writing a paper, or yes,
How is the relationship between youth, adult, and older adult womyn? How do we build that relationship stronger?
“Norman Finkelstein, the controversial Jewish American academic and fierce critic of Israel, has been deported from the country and banned from the Jewish state for 10 years, it emerged yesterday.”
“The idea of off-setting a minority Democratic candidate with a minority Republican Vice-Presidential candidate is probably seeming less urgent now. Still, perhaps we’re due to have our first Punjabi Vice President.”
“the law is a colonial relic; the law is vague to the point of absurdity, opening itself to arbitrary interpretation and arrest of presumed homosexuals; the law insults the dignity of homosexuals; and the law runs counter to the interests of public health
“So I heard from a lot of people who were upset when it was announced last fall that many of the movie’s characters would be played by white actors—including Justin Chatwin as the hero Goku.”
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