Volume II November 13, 2006 Number 42
HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
For some time now, I have been meaning to put pen to paper on the subject of how our leaders confuse democracy with our particular economic system...
...emblematic of President Bush’s efforts to chill intellectual freedom and deny Americans their First Amendment right to freedom of speech...
On Sunday Michael Kinsley wrote a long essay in The Times Book Review called Election Day...
• Some Relief
• Truth and Campaigning
• Fishy Business
Thoughts by and about veterans
This is a poem made up entirely of actual quotations from George W. Bush...
Spotting e-mail "ringers"
During this past week, I didn't see a new DVD that I felt was worth recommending so I went into my own personal collection and pulled out Dear America… as a Veterans Day tribute...
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I confess I am becoming radically hostile to human stupidity. In my family, we have just been visited by another instance of it...
We now begin to have talk of bipartisanship. It was not possible before the election because George Bush with control of both houses of Congress had no interest in it....
• Re: Harvard Square Observer
of November 6th
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