Tag Archives: Laura Ingraham

In Some Other Country

Barack Obama started it. He was black. He was urbane (and urban) and cool. He was smart and thoughtful and courteous, and that wasn’t right, because he was black. There were those who said they wanted their country back, which … Continue reading

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No Right to Be Here

Desiderata – “desired things” in Latin – is the notion behind Les Crane’s 1971 spoken-word recording Desiderata – “You are a child of the universe… You have a right to be here.” That was the chorus, matched with soothing smug … Continue reading

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A Time for Dreaming

The often insufferable Keith Olbermann calls the Tea Party folks the something-for-nothing crowd – and of course that’s shorthand for those who want no new taxes, and massive tax cuts as we’re taxed too much already, and the government to … Continue reading

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