Friday, November 09, 2007
Los Angeles Police Plan to Map Muslims..., Anger... Don't like it? Clean up your own damned house then. It ain't our people who are cowardly murderers of innocent people and acting like crazies from Hell.
Hollywood is casualty of war as movie-goers shun Iraq films... Gee, I guess Vietnam II isn't working out.
Blowing Marijuana smoke into face leads to murder... hit six or seven times with yoga stick Yoga, not Yoda, will kill ya.
Waitress Stands by Claim: 'Why would I lie about not getting a tip?' Hillary, you're a cheapskate. Don't be a lying cheapskate.
ROVE: PELOSI'S HOUSE IN A MESS... My Mama always said, "If they can't even clean..."
Bill: Hillary will win White House by 'a pretty good margin'... Yeah, I play the lottery every week also and I lose every week as well.
Witness: OJ may not have been aware of guns in robbery... Yeah, what's her name may not have been aware of the knife either. At first.
Senators Gloat of Pork Spending... Oink, Oink!
This is a timeline of the "hate crimes" and protests, rally and an all-campus forum at Denison University in Ohio.
University President Dale Knobel said the campus has had a history of
Addressing the assembly, Knobel said the acts of intolerance have built
up throughout time to the point some minorities wonder whether they belong at
Denison. He said for too long students who haven't participated in such acts
have stood by silently. By their failure to stand up against the perpetrators,
they are complicit in the acts, he said.
A statement written by 10 faculty members that was disseminated at the assembly condemned acts of intimidation and discrimination and said it is the responsibility of not just the victims, but everyone, to remedy the problem.
Nearly 200 Denison University students rallied on campus Thursday in
protest over news that a flier bearing a swastika had been placed under the door
of a black student Wednesday morning.
Students — some in tears, many angry and others admitting they’re
afraid — took turns with a microphone starting about noon to express their
outrage about the latest development in a two-week odyssey over racism and
intolerance on campus.
“What can you do but protest at a time like this,” Knobel said. “I
stand in solidarity with you, and I’m grateful so many of you have turned out