Tag: Huffington Post
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Cadillac Dreams, Huffpo Reacts, You're Still Too Slow

Apparently Cadillac’s Olympics commercial has given our enlightened equals at Huffpo some fitful nights of sleep.

Carolyn Gregoire writes:

There are plenty of things to celebrate about being American, but being possessed by a blind mania for working yourself into the ground, buying more stuff and mocking people in

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MLK As Consumer Brand

Cool story, bro: a party planned in Flint, Michigan went viral last week, threatening the West’s narrative on the negro question.

Particularly damaging were the party’s fliers, depicting civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s face photoshopped on a BET actor.

Oh, and the party’s theme

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Urban Liberalism: White Gentrification

Today’s subject comes from Huffington Post:

Few cities in the U.S. embody the growing divide between rich and poor quite like New York and San Francisco. In just the past 20 years, both have changed from economically diverse melting pots to exclusive playgrounds for the rich.

The change

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