Tag Archives: 1977

NBC: The Richard Pryor Show- Richard Pryor the First African-American President?

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat I’ve never been to Fantasy Island, but now I think I know what it looks like. An African-American President of the United States, not the Federal Republic of Nigeria, but of … Continue reading

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CBS News: Video: CBS Evening News 3/17/77: Foreign News and Freedom of the Press

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger The CBS Evening News looking at foreign news, which is what I wish network news did more of today. An actual sports story on a national nightly newscast involving … Continue reading

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CBS News: Video: CBS Evening News: St. Patrick’s Day 1977

I was well sixteen months old on St. Patrick’s Day 1977. So to state the obvious, I don’t remember it. My memory starts really in the summer of 1978 when I’m three years old and right before I started nursery … Continue reading

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CBS News: CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite, 3/17/77: A Look at Foreign Affairs and Energy Policy

This was right before President Jimmy Carter gave his famous foreign policy and human rights speech at Notre Dame in the spring of 1977. The first United States President to ever at least during the Cold War to make human … Continue reading

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Akshay Pahilajani: Noam Chomsky- On Liberalism in 1977

Source: FRS FreeStates I like what Professor Chomsky said early on in this video, because that’s exactly what I could base this entire blog around. This one point where he says that liberalism when it was first developed was anti-establishment … Continue reading

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