Children are very impressionable, which is why corporate America is producing programs such as Lil’ Einsteins that promote capitalism, fear, and the status quo instead of a progressive ideal that is natural to children. Children should be safe from television shows that force such concepts as racism, waste, objectivity of women, and patriarchy, but with Lil’ Einsteins, none of us are safe.

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007 14767
The Summerfest board demonstrates its gratitude for Bo Black's years of service as director by unveiling the initial design of a sculpture to honor her at Meier Festival Park. Maybe Bo Black is irrelevant now, but this book is more relevant today than it was fifty years ago:
Tuesday, July 24, 2007 6027
American Dreaming With Dan Brubus Capitalism always wins. Pure and simple. America developed the F-14 Tomcat over many years. It was used to keep the world safe, but now it’s time to sell the leftovers to the highest bidder. Yes, the highest bidder does happen to be on my short list of countries I’d like to see blown up by next year, but we can benefit from their desire to bolster their military before we crush them. We should sell F-14 Tomcats to Iran because we have the greatest military on earth and our treasury could use the cash to help fund the war on terror.

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