Die Chickenhawks Die!

Vice President Dick Cheney took time out of his busy Sunday to “honor” US Veterans at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery outside of Washington D. C.. In a 10-minute speech, Cheney said soldiers from World War I to "the current fight against terrorism" have served their country valiantly and "kept us…

Beloved Racist Ronald Reagan – Bob Herbert

November 13, 2007NYT Op-Ed Columnist Righting Reagan’s Wrongs? By BOB HERBERT Let’s set the record straight on Ronald Reagan’s campaign kickoff in 1980. Early one morning in the late spring of 1964, Dr. Carolyn Goodman, her husband, Robert, and their 17-year-old son, David, said goodbye to David’s brother, Andrew, who was 20. They hugged in…