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Death by Diversity?
 

“The Melting Pot — language, law, culture — worked to make us one nation and one people. But that Melting Pot, cracked and broken, is rejected by multiculturalists as an instrument of cultural genocide, crafted by white Europeans to annihilate native cultures.

This generation is witnessing the Deconstruction of America. Out of one, many.”

Read Human Events blogger, Pat Buchanan at this weeks 5.
 
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TO: Senator Barack Obama
FROM: Karl Rove
SUBJECT: How to Beat Hillary

Not that you have asked for advice, but here it is anyway: Iowa is your chance to best her. If you do not do it there, odds are you never will anywhere. You are way behind her in most national polls. The only way to change that is to beat her in Iowa so people around America take another look at you. You did a smart thing organizing effectively in the early primary states. But you can take advantage of that only if you win Iowa and keep her from building an overwhelming sense of invincibility and inevitability.

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“A Very Big Chinese Black Man”

After decades of planning, construction of a memorial to Martin Luther King Jr. is set to begin this April on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.  Although there are memorials of King around the country, this is supposed to be the King memorial to trump all King memorials. It will also be the first memorial on the Mall honoring an African American.

Not all of King’s supporters are happy, however. In fact, some of those who have pushed hardest for the memorial to be built are now saying that the memorial is an affront to the iconic civil rights leader’s legacy.

See the story at this weeks 3.

NPR : Some Say Memorial Design Misrepresents MLK Jr.

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Big Blogs

The most popular places in the blogosphere, according to Technorati, as measured by the number of links to those blogs during the past six months.

Review the list of the biggest blogs in the country at this weeks 2.

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The Christmas Tree

See the video written by and starring John Roberts at this weeks 1.

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