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Are the hosts assembled?

By   /  December 15, 2010  /  Rev. Hood  /   Comments

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Tweet This event had been in production for several months. Indeed, the script had been written for well longer than that. There was to be a lead role and his part was well-rehearsed. The curtains would soon open and the audience would be breathless. The cast numbered into the thousands. There had never been an [...]

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Chehaw Lights the Night

By   /  December 15, 2010  /  Tom Seegmuller  /   Comments

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Tweet By Tom Seegmueller Long before the temperatures across Southwest Georgia began to plummet and the countdown to Christmas was being recorded in double digits, the staff at Chehaw had spent months preparing for this year’s Festival of Lights. In an interview, Doug Porter, executive director at Chehaw, explained why preparation for this year’s Festival [...]

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Inequality may be root of U.S. problems

By   /  December 15, 2010  /  Aaron Johnson  /   Comments

Tweet According to University of Chicago economist Raghuram Rajan and his Money Magazine interview with David Futrelle on Nov. 24, he believes income inequality is the main problem with the U.S. today. This is a trend that started in the 1980s as tax code changes and technology dramatically transformed the economic landscape. Also, the rapid [...]

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Helen Thomas: Proof that anti-Semitism is popular

By   /  December 15, 2010  /  Letter to the editor  /   Comments

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Tweet When retired White House press corps member Helen Thomas made her first statements telling the Jews of Israel “to get the hell out of Palestine” and, further, that they “should go back to Poland, Germany … and America,” it was clear someone had a grudge. While her comments were insensitive and her argument factually [...]

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