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Who’s Wrong about Wright?

Say it! Just Say it!

Michael Moore has had enough.

And frankly, I’m with him on this. These last few weeks have totally erroded any support I had in our hope for a female president.

Finally, I want to say a word about the basic decency I have seen in Mr. Obama. Mrs. Clinton continues to throw the Rev. Wright up in his face as part of her mission to keep stoking the fears of White America. Every time she does this I shout at the TV, “Say it, Obama! Say that when she and her husband were having marital difficulties regarding Monica Lewinsky, who did she and Bill bring to the White House for ‘spiritual counseling?’

THE REVEREND JEREMIAH WRIGHT!”

The Other War

It’s time to stop ruining lives over drugs

Writers for The Wire say enough is enough…

If asked to serve on a jury deliberating a violation of state or federal drug laws, we will vote to acquit, regardless of the evidence presented. Save for a prosecution in which acts of violence or intended violence are alleged, we will — to borrow Justice Harry Blackmun’s manifesto against the death penalty — no longer tinker with the machinery of the drug war. No longer can we collaborate with a government that uses nonviolent drug offenses to fill prisons with its poorest, most damaged and most desperate citizens.

In Full: Time: The Wire’s War on the Drug War