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On Illinois Politics, Yikes!

In: Elections, Media, Politics

Tom Paxton, born in Illinois, wrote a song called “What Did You Learn in School Today?” satirizing our country’s political education. Here’s the final verse: What did you learn in school today, dear little boy of mine? I learned that our government must be strong It’s always right and never wrong Our leaders are the […]

There has been unrest in Kenya for several days since President Mwai Kibaki, who belongs to the Kikuyu tribe, claimed a re-election victory. The election is contested by opposition leader Raila Odinga, who belongs to the Luos tribe.

Check it out – over at jspot there is a call set by a number of Jewish organizations to collectively outline a domestic Jewish agenda for the 2008 presidential elections. So, by all means, add your vote and add on to the list, as I did, calling for an end to the drug war as […]

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