Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Cartoons, But Not the Funnies

A must read commentary by Tony Blankley
"In Czechoslovakia, under communism, it was common to see signs that read "Workers of the world, unite" in the windows of fruit and vegetable stores. Vaclav Havel, in his book "Living In Truth," discerned the significance of those signs."
Read it Here


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