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  1. In turn of the century America, during the first years of the 1900’s, marijuana was pretty much completely legal in the United States. Tons of farmers grew it, and millions of American’s imbibed it in medical tinctures, among its other various industrial
    12-09-2009 by retardedminds
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  2. The sense of discrimination between oneself and others is the worst form, as it creates nothing but unpleasant.
    21-09-2009 by retardedminds
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  3. Sojourners is a progressive Christian commentary on faith, politics and culture. It seeks to build a movement of spirituality and social change.
    27-10-2009 by chippweb
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  4. Avoiding World Conference on Racism Shows Obama's Disrespect For Blacks
    27-12-2009 by eremite311
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  5. Visiting Washington this weekend, I walked over to Capitol Hll to see the hundreds of thousands who had flown in from the four corners of the country to march together.
    11-01-2010 by tammysmtst
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  6. When you have absolutely no argument to advance, what's the easiest thing to do? Denounce your opponents as racist. Colbert King, who won a Pulitzer for "distinguished commentary" in 2003, really plumbs the depths with this column.
    29-03-2010 by unkiebuckie123r
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  7. A short essay about current big questions, abortion, Catholic Church, healthcare, unemployment, foreclosure and mortgage. The travails of Obama and the difficulties of Pope Benedecit. And how all these situations are affected by racism, bigotry and ultima
    12-04-2010 by vaughan_gifford
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  8. article page
    12-04-2010 by jeblueeeee
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  9. Tea-partiers deny that any of them are racists, despite new study showing otherwise
    05-05-2010 by federicofoley
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  10. The site deals with Justice Curtis's dissent upholding the rights of U.S. black folk to be citizens against the majority of Southern judges who ruled they could not.
    31-05-2010 by dysfunctionalbu
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