"I knew Jim Crow. I was born into its time, lived it, and reported on it. I saw monumental laws attack it and seek to kill it. But Jim Crow still lives..." Our latest #Steady post examines the effects of Jim Crow still active today. Read in full here:
Deregulated Texas residential consumers paid $28 billion more for their power since 2004 than they would have paid at the rates charged to the customers of the state’s traditional utilities, a WSJ analysis found
There goes that socialist rag the Wall Street Journal with their anti-free market analysis.
Allowing politicians to lie gives pulpits for propaganda. Biggest political stories remain 1) Republicans using Big Lie to nullify an election 2) Trump fomenting violent insurrectionist mob. What to make of programs with interviews that avoid coverage of attacks on democracy?
I am really appreciating @DanRather 's blog Steady. His words give me hope and encouragement, and express many of my current thoughts far better than I ever could.
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Remembering Johnny Cash, born on this day in 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas. Here he is performing “Big River" on the Town Hall Party television show in 1959.
Happy Birthday to the Man in Black. Remembering a legend and listening to his music.
@DanRather Today’s my 17th birthday - Dan Rather’s Tweets and more recently his Steady posts have kept me sane throughout these tumultuous times. Thank you for your input on everyday situations and here’s to another year of doing the same!
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