Daily Archives: August 18, 2011

Wrongheaded

From the New York Times Nothing can justify or excuse the terrifying wave of violent lawlessness that swept through London and other British cities earlier this month. Hardworking people in struggling neighborhoods were its principal victims. Public support for racial … Continue reading

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Come sing with me

COME SING WITH ME  by Justme Come sing with me, oh choir of man For knaves and kings and precious things You have not known or understand. Come dance with me, oh child of God For her and he and … Continue reading

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Dog days

By Danny Schechter Now that the debt drama is over for the moment, we can all safely retreat into what was once called the “dog days of summer” and chill out if the volatile weather allows us to. We can think … Continue reading

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