Our lamentations have been heard.Read More »
The most interesting aspect of the conversation is that Dr. Ronald Williams defends Thurmond, while his host cuts the longterm segregationist and father of the Republicans' Southern Strategy no slack.Read More »
Then, after the Thurmonds acknowledged Ms. Essie, there was blame-shifting. It somehow became her or her mother's fault, not Thurmond's, that she was born. Read More »
“I’ve had a fulfilling life,” cackled Thurmond, winking salaciously.
-- Armstrong WilliamsRead More »
"If I'm in a locker room changing clothes," he said, "there shouldn't be some pervert taking photos of me that could wind up on the Internet."
-- The New York TimesRead More »
Oh, to be vapid, rich and loose.Read More »
Police said he had a bag of crack cocaine and a glass crack pipe.Read More »
An idea rooted in Catholicism - that real death must occur in one's real body - is about to be ruled on by the international tribunal that decides major matters of public policy.Read More »
Another claim that appeals to our egos as members of the Macintosh minority is that we are all individualists. Sorry to break it to you, but it is not so, either.Read More »
The memo was dated Nov. 26, 2003 - a week after the Santa Barbara County district attorney announced child molestation allegations against Jackson.Read More »