Today on the Dish, Sarah Palin injected herself into a congressional race and racist BNP leader Nick Griffin got his day in the sun. (Most were not impressed with Griffin, but the BBC also caught some flak.)

We saw some horrible homophobia out of Guam and Uganda, the CDC ignored gay boys for HPV protection, and NOM is starting to lose it. (Tom Cruise lost it long ago.) Mark Lynch reported from Palestine, Andrew Sprung made sense of the Afghan debate, and Lee Seigel took his Cheney hate a bit too far.

Our conversation on black American culture continued here, here, here, here, here, and here. Our thread on Human Rights Watch continued here, here, here, and here.

-- C.B.

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