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Sunday, August 20, 2017

"Steve Bannon Readies His Revenge," Vanity Fair

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Steve Bannon Readies His Revenge
The War On Jared Kushner Is About To Go Nuclear



Liberty University Grads Returning Diplomas To Protest Falwell's Trump Support

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Liberty University Grads Returning Diplomas To Protest Falwell's Trump Support




"Rape Melania" Sign Was The Dirty Work Of A Conservative Trickster

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Alan: Although my first reaction when I heard of the "Rape Melania" sign was: "stupid d___f___ leftist", now that I see the photo, it seems odd that the hooded figure holding the sign has his/her forearms and hands COMPLETELY covered so that a high-resolution close-up photo  would not be able to "match" body features with well-known conservative tricksters.

Report: "Rape Melania" Sign Was Brough To Protest By Trump Supporter

Dirty Trickster Lee Atwater: The GOP SOB At The Heart Of Republican Barbarism (Hidden Mic)

"Dog Whistle Politics": Coded Language And The Rise Of Racially Scornful Political Rhetoric



Jane Mayer On Robert Mercer And The Dark Money Behind Trump And Bannon

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The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind The Trump Presidency
How Robert Mercer Exploited America's Populist Insurgency

Jane Mayer On Robert Mercer And The Dark Money Behind Trump And Bannon


Dick Gregory's Insight Into American Race Relations

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Dick Gregory
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Excerpt: In 1961, while working at the black-owned Roberts Show Bar in Chicago, he was spotted by Hugh Hefner performing the following material before a largely white audience:
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I understand there are a good many Southerners in the room tonight. I know the South very well. I spent twenty years there one night.
Last time I was down South I walked into this restaurant and this white waitress came up to me and said, "We don't serve colored people here." I said, "That's all right. I don't eat colored people. Bring me a whole fried chicken."
Then these three white boys came up to me and said, "Boy, we're giving you fair warning. Anything you do to that chicken, we're gonna do to you." So I put down my knife and fork, I picked up that chicken and I kissed it. Then I said, "Line up, boys!"[6]
Gregory attributed the launch of his career to Hefner who, based on that performance, hired Gregory to work at the Chicago Playboy Club as a replacement for comedian "Professor" Irwin Corey.[7]
Gregory's first television appearance was on the late night show Tonight Starring Jack Paar.[8] He soon began appearing nationally and on television.


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