William Katz: Urgent Agenda
APRIL 23, 2009
From a North Korean report on the local economy: "The streets of Pyongyang, seething with a new revolutionary upsurge, look bright with beautiful women in chima jogori (Korean woman's skirt and coat) which give off national lyricism and aroma in spring."
Just thought the investors out there would like to know.
From The New York Times: Ray Nance, the last survivor of the Bedford Boys, soldiers from the Blue Ridge foothills whose heavy losses at Omaha Beach symbolized the sacrifices of all the Americans who fell at Normandy on D-Day, died Sunday in Bedford, Va. He was 94.
Bedford was said to have had the highest fatality rate on D-Day, per capita, of any town in the United States. There is sacrifice, and then there is real sacrifice.
APRIL 22, 2009
Can you imagine the press reaction if a Republican had said that about an African American? The sky would've fallen. But this is a Kennedy, so all is forgiven.
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