Monthly Archives: August 2009

Saving America’s Virtue

“Elaborate care went into figuring out the precise gradations of coercion,” said David B. Rivkin Jr., a lawyer who served in the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush.  “Yes, it’s jarring. But it shows how both the … Continue reading

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Realities in the Arrest of Professor Henry Louis Gates

News has been hard to come by in Brasil, but I’ve been reading a lot today and have to say that Henry Louis Gates acted like a moron… Tweet by brennonbortz to The Huffington Post O WOW! I just saw … Continue reading

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