Category Archives: racism

Fair Enough…And More

Fair Enough… And More:  The strange saga of an obscure county fair that has had an outsized influence on politics in America right up to today Back before family summer fun meant a family trip to theme parks like Walt … Continue reading

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HATENANNIES?

This blog will get back to links to the series on my StarrTrekking blog on Donald Trump’s Strangest Bedfellows in a few days. But so much is going on in the nation right now that is tied directly to US … Continue reading

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Ruby’s Shoes

Today, September 8, is the anniversary of the birth of Ruby Bridges in 1954. In In honor of her birthday today, here’s a link to my short bio of her from my Meet MythAmerica website. She was such a BRAVE little … Continue reading

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We Need to Talk…

Bryan A. Stevenson is the founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, a private, non-profit organization headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, and is a professor at New York University School of Law. He has gained national acclaim for his … Continue reading

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DocuCommentary: “The Best of Times”

Announcing a Grand Opening!  The Meet MythAmerica Youtube Channel is now open for business. While I enjoy writing for my blogs and websites, you really can’t beat multimedia for the best experience in communication. This Youtube Channel will be featuring … Continue reading

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“Gratitude for Services Rendered”

A section of a recent Meet MythAmerica blog entry (regarding the history of the current raging debate over the display of the “Rebel Flag”) explored the strange anomaly of Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina. Before I address the central … Continue reading

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“This Land Ain’t YOUR Land–This Land is MY Land”

As a Baby Boomer (born in 1946), I was around in person when Popular Music on the radio first made the earth-shaking move from the crooning ballads of the likes of Eddie Fisher and his Number One 1953 hit Oh! … Continue reading

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