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Episode #5 – Larry Rubin discusses voting rights and SNCC


Larry Rubin volunteered with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) during the 1960s in Georgia and Mississippi. His job was to help register African-American voters, an often dangerous task in the segregated south. At the end of the interview, Larry … Continue reading

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“I’m not a feminist”

This article in Salon is about the trend for women in public life to identify as “not a feminist.” This has led to much controversy, including a feud between Naomi Wolf and Katy Perry. This might be one of those … Continue reading

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Really Mean Article about the Green Party

Dang. Was this article in Slate on the Pathetic Failure of Green Party Candidate Jill Stein really necessary? It seems like using a sledge hammer to swat a fly. But why is the Green Party so fly-like after being around … Continue reading

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Peggy Noonan, Go ask Chris Christie about the Real Obama

Peggy Noonan, I have a major bone to pick with you about your most recent column “When Americans Saw the Real Obama,” which is a rehash of the first presidential debate in Denver, the only one that matters, according to … Continue reading

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Government Economists Should Sue Fox News for Libel

Sean Hannity, Dick Morris and others on Fox News, along with Jack Welch, Donald Trump, and those who care what they think, have claimed that the Bureau of Labor Statistics falsified recent unemployment data in order to influence the election … Continue reading

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