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The Prizes Of Collusion And The Collusion Of Prizes

July 30, 2022 by


By Tim Graham ~ Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple was angry. The Pulitzer Prize committee organized two outside organizations to review (and approve) their controversial 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, granted to The New York Times and The Washington Post for covering the Russian “collusion” investigation. President Trump and his staunchest media fans […]

American Minute – Carl Sandburg

July 24, 2008 by


"A baby is God's opinion that the world should go on," wrote poet Carl Sandburg, who died JULY 22, 1967. A son of Swedish immigrants who worked on the railroad, Sandburg left school after 8th grade, borrowed his father's railroad pass & traveled as a hobo. He volunteered for military service, was sent ...