From Cynthia McKinney to Katha Pollitt, to the ILWU to Paul Krugman
One less radical black voice in Congress. One less champion of labor. One less brave soul unafraid to jump the traces of political orthodoxy. Cynthia McKinney, five-term US rep from Georgia's Fourth District, was beaten in Tuesday's Democratic primary by Denise Majette, also black, a former judge, put in with the help of lots of... Read More
In Ankara, the capital of Turkey, in the course of defending the cause of Palestine, I've met with wonderful Cynthia McKinney, who would be the best president for the US. After this touching meeting, she wrote to her list: I can hardly believe this moment!! Israel Shamir has written about me and lifted my spirits... Read More
The evidence is clear — but often ignored
Teach your children well.
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The “war hero” candidate buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam.
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