The political implications of charity.
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It don't come easy.
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Music: Allman Brothers Band, "Southbound"
I would have voted for Orrin Hatch.
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Music: Neil Diamond, "America"
Until black folk love themselves
like white folk love themselves,
there will be no change.
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The book no one has ever written.
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That may motivate me to seek my own place.
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"I will bless the Lord at all times;his praise shall continually be in my mouth." — Psalm 34:1
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There is no truth without love.
ADVISORY: This one's a bit of a downer.
Elton John, "Candle in the Wind"
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Frank Sinatra, "That's Life"
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Robert Palmer, "Every Kinda People"
Test of link to audio
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From Free Speech Handbook:
Guideline 11. Deal with exactly what the person says.