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Letters to Ed

I use the Backside of American History segments as assignments with my college students (Sociology and Criminal Justice) as critical thinking papers covering all aspects of who and what we are.
Many of the values you express on your program, fundamental fairness, equality, and respect for others are still necessary ideals for determining our future, keep up the good work.


Columbia College Ft. Worth

By the way really like your program. I am 49 and always liked to listen to Paul Harvey. Your news stories, second hand news and history rank right there with him.

I wanted you to know that I find your web site and radio show news more in-depth, concise, accurate and useful than the minute-by-minute fire hose flow of idiocy that flows from the major and local news outlets.


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Washington Post

Neo-Nazis, Klan to Protest in East Texas

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Voting Doesn't Matter: Gerrymandering Does

The New Yorker

Israel's Friends Worry About Their Stance

The Atlantic

Why US Can't Beat a Very Small Army


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Military Sex Survey Draws Complaints

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UBS Exec's Trial Dredges Up Shady Past


Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashes, Pilot Dead


Bombs in Baghdad Kill 15

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Bank of Japan Opens the Floodgates of Stimulus


Israeli Paper Publishes Stupid 9/11 Cartoon

Global Post

US Shale Boom Will be Shorter Than Predicted

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The GOP's Other Midterm Takeover


San Diego Gets Modern Parking Meters

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Can Anything Save SONY?


Apple CEO: Yeah, I'm Gay

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George Lucas: How Hollywood Became Stupid

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Daimler Chief: Don't Talk of Successor

Business Insider

Judge Approves Stockton, Ca. Bankruptcy

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Economy Good: Why Do We Feel So Bad?


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There's a Giant Spot on the Sun Acting Weird

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Gov't Study Fuels Debate on US Oil Exports


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Why Gas Prices Rise and Fall

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Judge Rejects Ebola Quarantine for Nurse

Associated Press (F)

Russia: We're Coming for the Oil in the Arctic

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California Water to Get Much More Expensive

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The Real Story: The Fall in Oil Prices

Financial Post

5 Biggest Disaster in US Military History

The National Interest

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Dad Mad at Islam Lessons Barred from School

UPI (Th)

Mississippi's Proud Race for the Bottom


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Texas Oil Production Tops 2.2 MBD


New Jobless Claims Rise to 287,000

Associated Press

Militants Kill 600 Iraqi Prisoners

Seattle Post Intelligencer

ISIS Releases 25 Kidnapped Kurdish Children


Major Harm Coming from Cyber Attacks

Philadelphia Inquirer

Where Poverty is Worse Than You Think

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