--``We're not in the entertainment business,'' said the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, co-chairman of the Knight Foundation's Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, ``nor are we a minor league for professional sports.''
Now is not the time for the Bush administration to get weak-kneed on affirmative action. Not only did George Bush campaign against racial preferences; they are bad policy and are destructive of racial relations.
The ACLU is getting a lot of credit these days for defending our precious First Amendment right to scribble sadistic child pornography.
King III leads the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the legendary organization founded by his father some 44 years ago. The board briefly suspended King III for inattentiveness, for possessing an unfocused agenda that allowed the organization to "drift."
Maybe I'm not as old as I thought I was, she said gleefully. After reading the findings of a new report about college relationships - "Hooking Up, Hanging Out, and Hoping for Mr. Right" - I'm feeling downright frisky.
After the Rev. Walter Fauntroy, a black civil rights leader, joined an interfaith, multicultural coalition supporting a Federal Marriage Amendment that would block court-imposed gay marriage, Rick Rosendall, vice president of the Gay and Lesbian Activist Alliance, circulated the following e-mail:
The Egyptians owe me. Big Time. According to the Bible, my great-great-great-great-great-great - oh you get the point - grandfather helped build the great cities of Egypt whose ruins drive that country's tourism business today.
Nowadays, treaties and United Nations conferences have supplanted little magazines as the preferred places for ``progressive" thinkers to take the latest trends out for strolls in the sun. Hence the WCARRDXRI.