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Daily Archives: February 12, 2012
I was saddened when I heard about Whitney Houston’s death last night. I used to listen to her music on the school-bus and at home. On the school-bus, the bus driver played the local pop station on some days, and … Continue reading
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Nixon’s Civil Rights 12: Charles Colson
On page 112 of Nixon’s Civil Rights, Dean Kotlowski says the following about Nixon aide Charles Colson: “But Colson, a bigot and a crass opportunist, was unqualified to offer advice on delicate race-related issues. After describing a series of projects … Continue reading
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