Daily Archives: August 28, 2010
Jeff Stahler in the Columbus Dispatch:
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Lee Judge in the Kansas City Star:
How do you create a phony issue?
Rob Rogers in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
How do you build on the public’s knowledge of American History?
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Milt Priggee at MiltPriggee.com:
- 2010 Election Focusing on Scare Tactics From Both Parties (politics.usnews.com)
- Tea Party HD & The Black Sphere Announce New Cartoon “Teachable Moments” Where No Race, No Religion & No Politician Is Off Limits (eon.businesswire.com)
…a change from the stinkbugs, bees and grasshoppers that I’ve been seeing. Is it mating time?
Perhaps Isabella Rosselini can give us some insight:
As a blogger, I find this particularly displeasing (and a violation of Freedom of the Press and Freedom of Speech).
This is the opening couple of paragraphs, but the rest is worth reading (and responding to):
Read the rest HERE.
In about 90 minutes from the time I’m entering this, Glenn Beck will be starting his rally on the anniversary of Martin Luther King‘s “I Have a Dream” speech and the Teabag/conservative types will work for a return to the white America of the Reagan days.
This is a good day to keep the television off and read a good book.