VDARE - MLK Competition
January 19, 2000, 06:31 PM
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Alexander (8) came home from school yesterday (January 18) and told us that he'd been in some kind of play to dramatize an African American being turned away from a restaurant in the bad old days of the segregated South. In honor of Martin Luther King day. Sort of like a Christmas Pageant. (Remember Christmas Pageants?)

When John O'Sullivan was Editor of National Review, I persuaded him to run an annual contest for the most egregious attempt to suppress Christmas. It's been abandoned now, of course. But VDARE would like to hear of the most pious attempt to sacramentalize MLK. Ask your children. Brace yourselves.

Prize: an autographed edition of Jared Taylor's Paved With Good Intentions plus champagne.