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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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Coke HQ: Most Ditch Their Voice Mail

Los Angeles Times

America's Best and Worst Banks for 2015


Get Ready: Foreclosed Homeowners are Back


FCC Puts Off Comcast-Time Warner Merger


Time to End the Cold War Once and For All


US Existing Home Sales Fall 6.1%


Iraq: The Last Christians of Dora

British Telegraph

Saudis: We'll Never Cut Oil Production


Tea Partier Mike Lee Braces for GOP Challenge


How to Maximize Your Social Security

Daily Finance

Saudis Ready to Rise Oil Productions for Buyers


Poll: Obama Approval Rating Up to 47%


Obamacare by the Numbers

NBC News

How Much Oil Each Country Has Left

Business Insider

The Largest Ship Ever Built


Sony: We Will Release The Interview


Sen. Tom Coburn: Obama is Smart, Nice Guy

Tulsa World

GOP Already Fighting to Keep Senate in 2016

St. Louis Post Dispatch

Russia's Financial Crises Keep on Coming

British Guardian

Sorry GOP: Tax Cuts Don't Pay for Themselves

The Week

20 American Cars that Rock Cuba

Fiscal Times

Hollywood's Bitter Civil War


US: Deaths from Auto Accidents Fall 3.1%

Detroit News

Obama: Keystone XL Doesn't Benefit Us

Wall Street 24/7

Montana: US Laboratory for Aging Population

NBC News

Kansas is Even Losing Jobs Under Brownback

Kansas City Star

Murder in the San Saba Pecan Dynasty

Texas Monthly

TX: Taking on College Tuition Deregulation

Texas Monthly

The Battle Over Landlines in America

St. Louis Post Dispatch

McDonald's Charged with Punishing Workers

New York Times

Iraq: Shia Fighters Deserting Over Shortages

Associated Press

GAO: FBI Tests Didn't Nail Anthrax Killer


New Jersey Ends Red Light Camera Experiment

Philadelphia Inquirer

Implications of a Declining Workforce

Wall Street 24/7

Oil Companies to Cut Spending 25% in 2015


Germany Anti-Immigrant Protests Grow


Joe Cocker Dead at 70

British Guardian

Was Sony Really Hacked by North Korea?

The Atlantic

Rosneft Won't Buy US Oil Trading Business

Globe and Mail

Fed is Wrong About Our Economic Recovery

Philadelphia Inquirer

Uber Drivers: Always On the Road Distracted

Business Insider

Trying to Save Russia's Punch Line of a Car

New York Times

Russia's Roseneft Repays $7bn in Debt


North Korea Threatens US as Row Deepens


$1 Trillion Stranded in Oil Field Investments


Please, No Gas Cars in Electric Only Parking

News & Observer

Elton John Marries Partner

NBC News

Can Neocons Ever Learn Anything?


50,000 Sign Petition to Ditch NYC Mayor


He Interviewed ISIS; Warns It's Not Good


Fear: Central Bankers May Not Save Economy

National Interest

Detroit's Tent City for the Homeless

Minneapolis Star Tribune

California Added 90,100 Jobs in November

Los Angeles Times (Su)

How Bad Would an IRS Shutdown Be?


NY Fracking Ban's Alarming Research

The Atlantic

America's Worst Run Companies

Wall Street 24/7

TX: State Agencies Going Rogue

Fort Worth Star Telegram

Fundamentals Aren't Causing Oil Price Slide

International Business Times

OPEC: No One Raise Production for Stability

New York Times

Fresh Doubt Over the Bailout of AIG

New York Times

Brownback Destroying Kansas Government

Kansas City Star

Study: Red Light Cameras Don't Improve Safety


Belarus Has to Step in to Prop Currency


SCOTUS: Florida Gay Marriages On

UPI (Sa)

Sandusky Loses Fight to Restore Pension

Philadelphia Inquirer

US to Sell $3bn of Tanks, Vehicles to Iraq

International Business Times

First of 400 Pakistani Militants Hanged


FactCheck: Cuba a Leading Terrorism Sponsor

USA Today

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