Month: July 2012

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Lonely Are The Brave

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In General
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On July 28, 2012
SEK can talk about current films that make billions of dollars all he wants to; readers of LGM know that the movies that really matter are the ones I like. And thus allow me to recommend Alex Cox’s essay on the superb Lonely Are The Brave. Share

Bolsheviks Rising

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In Robert Farley
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On July 28, 2012
It was obvious to anyone who cared to investigate  that the main obstacle to a Queen City Bolsheviks division title this year was base-clogging-clubhouse-cancer Joey Votto.  With Votto safely in the gulag for the next couple of weeks, the Reds have ample time to open up some distance between themselves and the Rome of the […]

Take my wife—please.

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On July 27, 2012

The party of family values seems to having problems valuing the family sport: It’s a big, exciting experience for my wife. I have to tell you, this is Ann’s sport. I’m not even sure which day th

The definition of bravery is a worker who organizes a union or speaks out about bad conditions in the workplace. That’s because companies come down like a ton of bricks on these workers. See for instance Elvia Bahena, a housekeeper who works for a company Hyatt Hotels uses to subcontract its cleaners. She testified in […]
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