A community defined by its quest for social justice and known for its disproportionate support for the Democratic Party has woken up to a new reality, dominated by a clear message from voters who chose cuts over spending, Republicans over Democrats.9
The blogosphere is abuzz with people wondering why the singer once known as Cat Stevens, and later as Yusuf Islam, was invited to sing at Jon Stewart’s and Stephen Colbert’s “Rally to Restore Sanity” last weekend in Washington.
If those who sent bomb-laden packages to Chicago from Yemen were trying to terrorize the Second City, they did not succeed.3
Out of curiosity, George Washington University students Robin Janofsky and Jonathan Robinson attended Glenn Beck’s Tea Party-centric “Restoring Honor” rally two months ago. For the two sharply left-leaning Jews, the conservative and Christianity-steeped event was more social tourism than political awakening.9
Almost everyone seems ecstatic about the biggest arms sale in U.S. history, a recently announced $60 billion deal with Saudi Arabia.
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