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Canberra Times
Brumbies hopeful of edging closer to a deal with coach Stephen Larkhambe forced to defend their position and the circumstances that led to a six-year
Brumbies hopeful of edging closer to a deal with coach Stephen Larkham
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
be forced to defend their position and the circumstances that led to a six-year deal worth $8 million. Brumbies chairman Robert Kennedy also admitted the club faces a nervous wait to see if Aquis will remain as the major sponsor or use a option... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Credentialism and Corruption: Vile College Presidents Editionbe immediately evident? Here’s a story from the University of Maine, Maine’s “
Credentialism and Corruption: Vile College Presidents Edition
Naked Capitalism / Posted 2 days ago
be immediately evident? Here’s a story from the University of Maine, Maine’s “flagship” university. Our last President, Robert Kennedy, gave the contract for sports broadcasting to ClearChannel, thereby moving the profits out of state, because... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Passionate alumni base keeps Bennett High aliveBuffalo Niagara Convention Center. They still fondly recall their days at Benn
Passionate alumni base keeps Bennett High alive
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. They still fondly recall their days at Bennett. There was that time, for example, when Robert Kennedy spoke at the high school, and there was that day Frankie Avalon sang to the students in the auditorium. Alumni... Read more
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Daily Mail
Richard Nixon Museum to open in October after $15million refurbishmentstart in the middle of Nixon's career with the turbulent events before the 1968
Richard Nixon Museum to open in October after $15million refurbishment
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
start in the middle of Nixon's career with the turbulent events before the 1968 election when Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy were both assassinated. The Richard Nixon Museum is set to open its doors to the public in October after a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Francesca Packer Barham: a thoroughly modern heiressex-wife Erica. At 19, she made her official entrance into society at Paris's h
Francesca Packer Barham: a thoroughly modern heiress
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
ex-wife Erica. At 19, she made her official entrance into society at Paris's heralded Le Bal des Débutantes alongside Robert Kennedy jnr's daughter, Kyra. "It was one of the funniest moments of my life," she recalls. "It's so old-fashioned... Read more
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The Mercury News
Finalists picked to redesign St. James Parkare required to respect the historic nature of the park -- which includes monum
Finalists picked to redesign St. James Park
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
are required to respect the historic nature of the park -- which includes monuments to President William McKinley and Sen. Robert Kennedy -- as well as to plan for the inclusion of a Levitt Pavilion performance venue. Formal presentations will be... Read more
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Raw Story
Black panel crushes Trump fan claiming Trump is on the ‘cutting edge of civil rights’Sellers said. He continued that our culture is not that far away from the monu
Black panel crushes Trump fan claiming Trump is on the ‘cutting edge of civil rights’
Raw Story / Posted 6 days ago
Sellers said. He continued that our culture is not that far away from the monumental year 1968. “We had the massacre and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., died in that same year, and all of those things happened and he’s having a hard... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Minor: Mississippi docs helped fight 'war on poverty'of displaced cotton plantation workers lived on the fringe of hunger, became a
Minor: Mississippi docs helped fight 'war on poverty'
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 7 days ago
of displaced cotton plantation workers lived on the fringe of hunger, became a national target. Even New York Sen. Robert Kennedy, brother of slain President John F. Kennedy came down to personally see if LBJ's program was reaching the gut... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT Brumbies put panel together to start search for new chief executivegiven the Brumbies would have limited time to find a new coach before the next
ACT Brumbies put panel together to start search for new chief executive
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
given the Brumbies would have limited time to find a new coach before the next Super Rugby season. Brumbies chairman Robert Kennedy has taken charge of Larkham's negotiations and will also play a significant role in the chief executive... Read more
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ajc.com
In this German museum on the Kennedys, we can all be Berlinershe says. The museum goes beyond JFK’s visit to Berlin, with exhibits on the en
In this German museum on the Kennedys, we can all be Berliners
ajc.com / Posted 7 days ago
he says. The museum goes beyond JFK’s visit to Berlin, with exhibits on the entire Kennedy family and a room dedicated to Robert Kennedy, including stunning photographs of bereft onlookers lining the tracks for RFK’s funeral train in 1968. Many of... Read more
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The Hill
Navy torpedoes 'don't ask, don't tell' by honoring Harvey Milkof American civil rights champions including U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Calif.), C
Navy torpedoes 'don't ask, don't tell' by honoring Harvey Milk
The Hill / Posted 7 days ago
of American civil rights champions including U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Calif.), Chief Justice Earl Warren, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, women's rights activist Lucy Stone and abolitionist Sojourner Truth. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus was... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Reid: I told coal company executives I would hurt their companiesI didn’t care much for him. So I offered an amendment to change the name of the
Reid: I told coal company executives I would hurt their companies
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 9 days ago
I didn’t care much for him. So I offered an amendment to change the name of the FBI building from that devil of a person to Robert Kennedy, who was Attorney General. So we had a vote and I lost. ….you know one reason I win a lot of elections just... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
Viewpoints | September 2, 2012problems, the other half is more citizens getting involved. Below I have a quo
Viewpoints | September 2, 2012
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 12 days ago
problems, the other half is more citizens getting involved. Below I have a quote from the later former Attorney General Robert Kennedy that he made in Chicago, Illinois on June 21, 1961. “Laws can embody standards, governments can enforce laws... Read more
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The Hill
Trump’s Second Amendment people threaten Hillary’s legacy, not lifepeople” but assumed the role of crickets when confronted with the reality that
Trump’s Second Amendment people threaten Hillary’s legacy, not life
The Hill / Posted 12 days ago
people” but assumed the role of crickets when confronted with the reality that Clinton invoked the assassination of Robert Kennedy to justify her remaining in the 2008 Democrat primaries? Was Clinton not saying that she stayed in the race... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Men must play a big role in stopping violence against womenevery American voter. Our country has witnessed the assassinations of President
Men must play a big role in stopping violence against women
Detroit Free Press / Posted 12 days ago
every American voter. Our country has witnessed the assassinations of President John Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy and the near misses on presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan. Trump does not understand that it is not the... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Trump crossed the line with incendiary remarkJohn F. Kennedy was killed. But I have covered events following the assassinati
Trump crossed the line with incendiary remark
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 13 days ago
John F. Kennedy was killed. But I have covered events following the assassinations of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, the two assassination attempts on President Gerald Ford, the assassination attempts that crippled... Read more
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Boston Herald
Media bias could wind up helping Donald Trumpthe Democratic primary, even though she trailed mightily behind then-Illinois U
Media bias could wind up helping Donald Trump
Boston Herald / Posted 14 days ago
the Democratic primary, even though she trailed mightily behind then-Illinois U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, by pointing out that Robert Kennedy had been assassinated in June 1968. “Trump jokes about killing his opponent, well, what do you know, Hillary... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Donald Trump defends calling Barack Obama IS founderthink we’re going to have a victory but we’ll see,” he said. Meanwhile, a Glas
Donald Trump defends calling Barack Obama IS founder
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
think we’re going to have a victory but we’ll see,” he said. Meanwhile, a Glasgow-born photographer who watched his friend Robert Kennedy gunned down in the 1968 US presidential campaign fears Mr Trump’s rhetoric could lead to more politically... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Kennedys slate Trump for his 'dark and offensive rhetoric'and Jean Kennedy Smith, nephew and sister of Democratic president John F Kenned
Kennedys slate Trump for his 'dark and offensive rhetoric'
News 24 South Africa / Posted 14 days ago
and Jean Kennedy Smith, nephew and sister of Democratic president John F Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1963, and senator Robert Kennedy, who was assassinated in 1968 as he campaigned for president. "Today, almost 50 years later, words still... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Trump resurrects worries on his character and nation's violent pastby gunshot: Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kenne
Trump resurrects worries on his character and nation's violent past
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
by gunshot: Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy. In 1968, Democratic presidential hopeful Robert Kennedy was shot and killed. In 1981, President Ronald Reagan survived an attempted assassination after he was shot in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Bobby Kennedy assassination photographer Harry Benson issues a warning against Trumpissues a warning against Trump Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 03:38 pm A Glasgow
Bobby Kennedy assassination photographer Harry Benson issues a warning against Trump
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
issues a warning against Trump Thursday, August 11, 2016 - 03:38 pm A Glasgow-born photographer who watched his friend Robert Kennedy gunned down in the 1968 US presidential campaign fears Donald Trump's rhetoric could lead to more... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Kennedy photographer Harry Benson issues Donald Trump shootings warningA Glasgow-born photographer who watched his friend Robert Kennedy gunned down i
Kennedy photographer Harry Benson issues Donald Trump shootings warning
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 days ago
A Glasgow-born photographer who watched his friend Robert Kennedy gunned down in the 1968 US presidential campaign fears Donald Trump's rhetoric could lead to more politically-motivated shootings. Harry Benson, whose pictures of a dying Kennedy are... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
Nixon & TrumpHair opened on Broadway, this was a noble sacrifice. McCarthy was the guy who m
Nixon & Trump
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 15 days ago
Hair opened on Broadway, this was a noble sacrifice. McCarthy was the guy who made LBJ drop out of the race and caused Robert Kennedy to jump in. We all know how that ended, but when convention time came around, "Clean Gene" lost the nomination... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Changing rules in the Democratic PartyHumphrey was able to win the nomination without entering a single primary conte
Changing rules in the Democratic Party
Arkansas Times / Posted 15 days ago
Humphrey was able to win the nomination without entering a single primary contest. The supporters of progressives like Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy, who had dominated the 1968 Democratic primaries, won a consolation prize with the party's... Read more
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TribLIVE
Oyler: Western N.Y. community a trip back in timededicated to American music. The Auditorium was built in 1893 and has hosted h
Oyler: Western N.Y. community a trip back in time
TribLIVE / Posted 16 days ago
dedicated to American music. The Auditorium was built in 1893 and has hosted hundreds of famous people — Amelia Earhart, Robert Kennedy and Ella Fitzgerald, to name a few. It is currently scheduled to be demolished and replaced by a modern... Read more
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Spalding Today
MOTORCYCLING: Team-mates make their pointsbegan from the seventh row but was unable to make much progress through the fir
MOTORCYCLING: Team-mates make their points
Spalding Today / Posted 16 days ago
began from the seventh row but was unable to make much progress through the first few laps. But he had a great battle with Robert Kennedy throughout the 12 laps and crossed the finish line just a tenth of a second adrift in 17th place. The feature... Read more
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USA Today
Could Trump drop out? Column— well before the Electoral College cast its ballot. Candidates for president o
Could Trump drop out? Column
USA Today / Posted 16 days ago
— well before the Electoral College cast its ballot. Candidates for president or other offices — from Paul Wellstone to Robert Kennedy — have died or were assassinated during their run for office. George Wallace was shot in 1972 while making a... Read more
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Horncastle Today
MOTORCYCLING: Team-mates bring home points for Draper Racingbegan from the seventh row but was unable to make much progress through the fir
MOTORCYCLING: Team-mates bring home points for Draper Racing
Horncastle Today / Posted 16 days ago
began from the seventh row but was unable to make much progress through the first few laps. But he had a great battle with Robert Kennedy throughout the 12 laps and crossed the finish line just a tenth of a second adrift in 17th place. The feature... Read more
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Western Advocate
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Manning River Times
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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The North West Star
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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The Courier
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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The Young Witness
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
The Young Witness / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Canberra Times
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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The Age
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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The Border Mail
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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WA Today
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trumphis first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferr
Q&A recap: Dissecting the US election and the danger of Donald Trump
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
his first answer, he summoned the Cuban missile crisis: "Would you have preferred the two cool heads of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy or the flamboyance of Trump in the White House …the question answers itself." He was still going the Full Bob... Read more
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The Space Review
Plagiarism in space journalism, againMacDonald also credited Zak and linked to his article. That is lazy journalism,
Plagiarism in space journalism, again
The Space Review / Posted 18 days ago
MacDonald also credited Zak and linked to his article. That is lazy journalism, but at least it’s honest. In 2013, when Robert Kennedy and I first noticed that Amy Teitel had blatantly plagiarized our 2010 Air & Space Magazine article on the... Read more
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The Alpena News
Alpena County residents need not fret about being representedcenter of Northeast Michigan, has lacked direct representation in the legislatu
Alpena County residents need not fret about being represented
The Alpena News / Posted 20 days ago
center of Northeast Michigan, has lacked direct representation in the legislature. This year's Democrat winner, Robert Kennedy, hails from Harrisville while the GOP candidate, Sue Allor, resides in Cheboygan. One has to go back several... Read more
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Boston Globe
James Cassettawith challenges. ... Observing the beginning of the civil rights movement, the
James Cassetta
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
with challenges. ... Observing the beginning of the civil rights movement, the three assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr. absolutely impacted my choice of vocation, absolutely. It made me want to take... Read more
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Salon.com
A Form Letter of Death for Paul O’Neal, the 18-old black teen shot in the back by Chicago policeWe can never be satisfied as long as the Negro is the victim of the unspeakable
A Form Letter of Death for Paul O’Neal, the 18-old black teen shot in the back by Chicago police
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
We can never be satisfied as long as the Negro is the victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality.” In 1965, Robert Kennedy made it clear that, “To many Negroes, the law is the enemy. In Harlem, in Bed-Stuy, it has almost always been... Read more
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MLive.com
Pick-a-slip drawings decide 2 primary elections ... well, maybe620 votes on Tuesday. Joseph L. Kaywood won the fourth spot in the Republic pr
Pick-a-slip drawings decide 2 primary elections ... well, maybe
MLive.com / Posted 20 days ago
620 votes on Tuesday. Joseph L. Kaywood won the fourth spot in the Republic primary for Richland Township Board. A friend (Robert Kennedy) represented him on Friday to draw the "elected" slip out of the box, besting Bear Priest. Kaywood and Priest... Read more
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Canberra Times
Former ARU chairman Peter McGrath Brumbies boardroom saga continuesFormer ACT Brumbies chairman Peter McGrath says he "felt sick" posting his blog
Former ARU chairman Peter McGrath Brumbies boardroom saga continues
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
Former ACT Brumbies chairman Peter McGrath says he "felt sick" posting his blog to call for current chairman Robert Kennedy to resign but "someone has to say something" because the Super Rugby club's brand is "suffering" and he held concerns for the... Read more
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The North West Star
Former ARU chairman Peter McGrath Brumbies boardroom saga continuestoo long. Former ACT Brumbies chairman Peter McGrath says he "felt sick" posti
Former ARU chairman Peter McGrath Brumbies boardroom saga continues
The North West Star / Posted 21 days ago
too long. Former ACT Brumbies chairman Peter McGrath says he "felt sick" posting his blog to call for current chairman Robert Kennedy to resign but "someone has to say something" because the Super Rugby club's brand is "suffering" and he held... Read more
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Pahrump Valley Times
The anti­democratic Democratic Partywhat is the national committee doing controlling debates, anyway? The DNC didn’
The anti­democratic Democratic Party
Pahrump Valley Times / Posted 21 days ago
what is the national committee doing controlling debates, anyway? The DNC didn’t decide whether Gene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy debated in California in 1968. Why? Because no one trusted Democratic national chair John Bailey, who was... Read more
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