Joe, if you wished, I could e-mail you copies of the stories for your review. Technically I no longer own them, having signed over rights to Ignatius when I entered into the contract. However, I know that YOU understand about such things, and won't go sending copies all over and posting contents places they shouldn't be. If you wish, let me know your e-mail and I'll send them along.
It's a sad fact that some of the most "tolerant" people in our society are the most close-minded. Most of them will refuse to have any friends with any different beliefs from them, and they tend to automatically assume that anyone who disagrees with their political views is ignorant and bigoted, which, ironically, is an ignorant and bigoted attitude to have. If you don't believe exactly like them and dare to express that, you are the intolerant, hateful one. Kind of weird how that works out.
In my experience, a lot of people who would like to see themselves as clever and subversive actually make the mistake of adopting wholesale without any questioning the "tolerant" teachings of our politically correct era, which may not be as tolerant as many today would like to believe because the "political correctness" one receives is highly dependent upon your historical victim status.