First, Patrick Buchanan complains that there are too many Jews on the Supreme Court, and it's about to get worse with Elena Kagan. (N.B.: Someone calculated that 32% of Supreme Court Justices have been Episcopalians, who represent under 2% of the population, but never mind). White Protestants and Catholics are, of course, the "targets of liberal bias."
Now Daniel Pipes is all upset that there are too many Arab-American Muslims such as Rima Fakih winning beauty contests (and yes, of course the Presidency as well) -- heavens, even Anisah Rasheed, the new Miss North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University! Affirmative action run amok! My oh my, what is the world ever coming to? (Oh, and the runner-up to Fakih, Miss Oklahoma, apparently was "discriminated against" because she said she was a "strong believer in states' rights"; I'm glad to see Confederate shibboleths make an appearance at Miss USA).
I didn't realize Warren Zevon wrote his songs about the decline of American Christianity, but I guess he did:
Well I lay my head on the railroad track,
Waiting on the Double E.
But the train don't come by here no more,
poor poor pitiful me.
Poor, poor pitiful me
poor poor pitiful me
Oh these boys won't let me be,
Lord have mercy on me.
Woe! Woe is me!
Memo to Pat and Daniel: This week is National Brotherhood Week. Remember, be kind to those who aren't as good as you.