The multicultural apologists for America's past are tolerable as long as they just shoot their mouths off once in a while, then slink away to wallow in the guilt they so crave. But sometimes they get out of hand:
Protesters descended Tuesday on Condit Elementary School in Claremont, tersely arguing over the construction-paper pilgrim and Native American costumes worn by kindergartners at a decades-old Thanksgiving tradition. Police were called to the school when tensions rose.
Officers also were monitoring Claremont Unified Supt. David Cash's home after he received hate mail and told police that he feared for his safety.
Despite a four-decades history, school officials had decided to eliminate the Native American and Pilgrim costumes after complaints from some parents that they were "demeaning and stereotypical." Not to be thwarted, the kids showed up in their own homemade costumes, and school officials didn't force them to remove them. That was too much for the protesters, who showed up with signs that said, "Don't Celebrate Genocide."
And so it begins for another year. Happy feel-good-but-don't celebrate-anything-specific holidays!