Writer, Publisher, and Griot Walter Rhett
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- Minimum Wage and Employment 2 December 2013
- Minimum Wage as Economic Stimulus | Raise The Minimum Wage 2 December 2013
- “Nine Healed and One Made Whole:” A Sermon by the New Episcopal Bishop of British Columbia; Bishop Melissa Skelton 2 December 2013
- Push for Livable Wages 2 December 2013
- Poverty Wages: Where or When the End? 1 December 2013
- No Limits 1 December 2013
- Mortgages and The Fraud of Informed Appeals 30 November 2013
- A Word About NYC’s Stop-And-Frisk 30 November 2013
- Speculation At Its Worst 29 November 2013
- Four Part Logic 29 November 2013
- Jettisoning Costs, Care, and Real People 29 November 2013
- A Pillar of GOP Strength 29 November 2013
- Jimmy Breslin’s Historic Column: On Kennedy’s Burial 29 November 2013
- The China Fly-by 27 November 2013
- On The Steubenville Four 27 November 2013
- The Wrong Fight Against Hunger 26 November 2013
- Family Teachings And The NCAA 26 November 2013
- The Stampede of Liz Cheney 26 November 2013
- Sustaining Health And Real Savings 25 November 2013
- The Rich And The Poor: Lake Providence 24 November 2013
- Good Move! 22 November 2013
- Time’s Up! 22 November 2013
- The Military’s Struggles Against Sex Assault: Inside A European Training Conference | Military.com 6 November 2013
- A Vital Measure: Your Surgeon’s Skill – NYTimes.com 1 November 2013
- The Letter of the Law and the Spirit of Mercy 28 October 2013
- The New Boo 28 October 2013
- Cliches Show A Decided Bend Toward Incompentence 27 October 2013
- 10735 27 October 2013
- The Rivalry 27 October 2013
- Obamacare’s Biggest Winners: 5 States With the Most to Gain (HUM, UNH, WLP) 26 October 2013
- Four Concepts 26 October 2013
- Pope Francis: Disciples of Ideology have lost the Faith 26 October 2013
- Health Care Law Fails to Lower Prices for Rural Areas – NYTimes.com 26 October 2013
- The Fear Double Down 26 October 2013
- A Black History 360* Editorial: On Free Speech 26 October 2013
- Rising The Ante 26 October 2013
- The Silence And Noise 26 October 2013
- Bowed Piano Ensemble to Play at Allen Room – NYTimes.com 26 October 2013
- To NC’s Rene Ellmers, Readers Reach Out 25 October 2013
- A Facebook Post To NC’s Rene Ellmers 25 October 2013
- Immigration Reform Info-graphic: Strengthens Social Security, Adds To Jobs, GDP 25 October 2013
- The Koch Letter To The Senate 24 October 2013
- Weary, We Trod 24 October 2013
- Obamacare’s most important number: 834 23 October 2013
- Kill The Lie About Part-time Work, Full Time 23 October 2013
- Reading Between The Lines 22 October 2013
- India’s Secret to Low-Cost Health Care – Vijay Govindarajan , and Ravi Ramamurti – Harvard Business Review 22 October 2013
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Nelson Mandela faced every challenge, with the dignity born of freedom.
It wasn’t Southern charm the waiters in the room exhibited but an elegant humanity; a flair that didn’t blend into the shadows but stood out in the glare of the twin stereotypes of anger or subservience assigned to race, then.
I’m okay with a cages being rattled and I think oversight should have a thick edge of vengeance with a tinge of crazy, and a politician who likes a fight.
Restrictive laws are using a doctor’s crimes to punish the women who were his desperate victims.
Even in slavery, fathers were rarely sold. Children had a daddy in the quarters.
Buying and selling assets has replaced shovel and wrench expansion.
We are so much better than those we elect to sell us out.
Republicans reject every promise that doesn't involve blame.
Truth is large and transparent, easily translated into comparisons and analogies found from nature to physics, will include its own paradox and discovery.
Things false reflect a single position, stubbornly closed to curious inspection, argued in circles.
Prayers and souls ride the same train.
Workers create wealth and demand.
I think about Detroit. The houses are not longer fit for ghosts.
The GOP never praises what we truly lost; there is no mourning on their path of fear.
It is commonsense not to split your vote on an empty appeal that insults your intelligence and weakens your vote’s effectiveness and strength.
Herman Cain’s remarks are another attempt to marginalize blacks as incompetent and uncritical.