Quotes of the day:

Monday, October 16, 2006 at 03:39 PM

If these best-and-brightest did not know that their own motivations and behavior were racist and offensive, what does this tell us about how they have been educated; about how they have been prepared to be leaders in the world? Who failed them so abysmally in teaching them to live, work, and love in a world where most people do not look, think, talk, or act like them?
Bernestine Singley, discussing U of Texas white law students who held a "Ghetto Fabulous" party at which students had "40-ounce cans of malt liquor, fake guns, "ethnic" names, do-rags, jeweled grills on their front teeth, and loud jewelry."

When we look at what has happened with same-sex marriage, as it began in this state and threatens to spread across the country, we've seen in its wake the loss of religious freedoms and the ability to speak out based upon one's moral convictions.
Tony Perkins, head of the  Family Research Council, speaking at "Liberty Sunday: Defending Our First Freedom," in Massachusetts [apparently without bothering to specify exactly how gay marriage had produced this loss of religious freedoms.]