The Grand American Tradition of Violent White Supremacy
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George W. Bush's Art of Legacy
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by John W. Dean
AP / Marcio Jose Sanchez
What do a professed love for women, a so-called commitment to family values, a culture of social change and institutionalized rape have in common?
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The first quarter of 2011 has ushered in the year of the “mad man.” Sadly, this idea is being turned into a commodity that can be consumed repeatedly across a range of media outlets.
By Mike Luckovich —
Nate Beeler, Cagle Cartoons, The Washington Examiner —
By Mr. Fish —
But in a possible boost for the California economy, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer today announced plans to begin marketing a new blockbuster drug called Charlie Sheen.
Mike Keefe, Cagle Cartoons, The Denver Post —
If there is a better illustration of the decline of American culture, the triumph of technology over privacy, and the end of shame as a motivating force, I can’t think of one.
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