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"An anonymous man in Grand Junction, Colo., has commissioned a billboard over the interstate there that shows four cartoon versions of President Obama -- as a terrorist, a gangster, a bandito and a gay man -- gambling with the Bible, the Constitution and Uncle Sam.
"The artist who designed the billboard, Paul Snover, won't say who paid him $500 to create the image. But he did explain what the unidentified man wanted to say."
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"'Oh, wow,' said the museum superintendent as he happened by. 'That's a swastika quilt.'
"Stull, 55, did a double take. Arranged across the quilt in shades of red, pink and beige were 27 swastikas. Her reaction was immediate and visceral. She saw an emblem of hate. 'That's what my generation sees,' she said.
"So began an unlikely dilemma for the small museum in a city named for Horace Greeley, the New York newspaperman who famously cajoled all to 'Go West.'
"Could they display the quilt? Should they?"
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It was an April Fool's Day joke that not everyone found funny. A mock edition of the "Advocate," the University of Colorado at Denver's school newspaper, makes fun of minorities and issues including rape and eating disorders. Angry students want the editors to face repercussions. A group of students is planning a rally for Monday...One article is titled, "Enjoy Obamacare If You Like Payin' For Illegal Mexicans." Another seems to advocate bulimia. There's also a column "Dear White Guys," in which black men supposedly ask questions such as, "Why do white people put their kids on leashes?"