It was 1968. A little known local politician named Allard K. Lowenstein was running for Congress in my suburban neighborhood in Nassau County. Al live...
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Fifty years later it's time for another movement to demand a fairer and more just Mississippi and America and end the violence of poverty and illiteracy. Repeat after me: We, the people.
Hate speech doesn't pull triggers, but is particularly dangerous when consumed by unbalanced people. In my father's case, it was, I believe, left-wing hate speech that helped kill him.
Between Wall Street and the banks and the oil companies, and saving Detroit, which has been going out of business on a daily basis for 35 years, is there some way we aren't getting screwed?
And now, it's on to the Senate!
The House today passed, 237 to 170, HR 7321, the automotive loan bailout bill, and has sent it on to the Senate.
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