Hypocrisy and Discrimination at the MLK Commemoration

By | August 31, 2013

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AP award winning columnist Richard Larsen is President of Larsen Financial, a brokerage and financial planning firm in Pocatello, Idaho, and is a graduate of Idaho State University with a BA in Political Science and History and former member of the Idaho State Journal Editorial Board. He can be reached at [email protected]

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One thought on “Hypocrisy and Discrimination at the MLK Commemoration

  1. Derrell Poole

    From what I see and experience Racism is alive and well in this country – except you can’t call it racism because white people are not a “race”.

    I think if MLK was alive today he would be sitting on the side lines along with Thomas and Scott! Now isn’t THAT a thought!

    And btw the Cartoon in this article is absolutely brilliant…!

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