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Hillbillies in mainstream books and films fill a market need for scapegoats.
The Clearasil staining Mark Twain’s hands can never be wholly scrubbed away.
On the state level, legislative power brokers are often at war against the plainly expressed will of the voters themselves.
From oil to sugar to bird crap—the long reach of American colonial power.
To declare that America is “not a democracy” is as useful as pointing out that it is not a monarchy, or that the Pope wears a funny hat.
College Student Senate chambers are not historically hotbeds of nationwide controversy, but Turning Point USA is set to rewrite. . .
When there’s only enough light in the hall
to imagine a heaped shirt is the cat, to see
the books stacked on. . .
We found her in Socorro etched
on a tombstone in a cemetery that’s changed
public and private hands, though it’s. . .
The terms of the bet declared that for every ten seconds under sixty seconds it took the diver to wrestle the octopus out of. . .
Fabrications. Rag sheet revisionist history. All of it. We did our best by Our Girl.
Ireland's cervical cancer scandal, and its underlying logic of profit-driven, health care, has ramifications far beyond the country's shores.