An incumbents Statehouse experience sets a high bar for any challenger. Michael Barranda easily surpasses the mark set for Indiana House District 84.
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There are few happier events than becoming a grandmother, and almost none that says quite so loudly over the hill. Ageism mixed with sexism is a toxic brew, but somehow tolerated.
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After its publication 75 years ago this month, The Grapes of Wrath became instantly renowned for its depiction of Depression-era poverty and homelessness; for the debate over whether John Steinbeck wrote truthfully about Californias miserable migrant camps (Eleanor Roosevelt stepped in to defend his accuracy); for its salty language (the book was banned in Bakersfield, Buffalo and San Jose);
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- New book vividly recounts Ness era
Eliot Ness was the real thing. Working as a federal Prohibition agent, he led a bold campaign against bootleggers in Chicago and helped send Al Capone to prison. His Untouchables really did crash into illegal breweries with a battering ram mounted on a truck.Today - Books
Is this the way to run a country? Our CIA masterminded the overthrow and death of a popular and moderate Iranian leader and the oppession of the entire nation for decades to plunder Irans oil resources. Now the U.S.Today - Letters
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