Author: Erik Loomis

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This is the grave of Vern Gosdin. Born in 1934 in Woodland, Alabama, Gosdin grew up singing in the church, like many future American musicians. His mother was the pianist in a local Baptist church and as children, Gosdin and two brothers sang gospel on a Birmingham radio station. But was music a real career […]
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This is the grave of Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Bernstein. Louis Bernstein was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1918 to Ukrainian Jewish immigrant parents. The family was upwardly mobile and they were able to buy a vacation home in Sharon, Massachusetts, where Louis spent a lot of time growing up. His parents always called […]

Harris Out

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On December 3, 2019

I don’t really have thoughts on this except to say that she after that brief surge over the summer, she didn’t really run a very good campaign. Of course, people such as Booker and Castro

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Another White Down

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In General
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On December 2, 2019
Not Steve Bullock!!!!!! Who will I vote for now! I mean, there was Sestak, but he’s gone as well. Thank God [checks notes] John Delaney is still alive! Seriously, Bullock’s unwillingness to run for Senate shows how much people like him are motivated by pure ego instead of actually wanting to make the country better. […]

Trump/Johnson

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On November 29, 2019

While I’d probably argue that Andrew Jackson might be the most analogous comparison to Trump, certainly Andrew Johnson is a comparison many have usefully made and it’s probably more releva

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Tomorrow marks the twentieth anniversary of the Battle for Seattle–the protests against the World Trade Organization that was both a real attempt to create alliances between different movements and a moment hijacked by a few black bloc anarchists that allowed the police to be the fascists they always wanted to be. Unfortunately, the media played […]
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