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Robespierre’s favorite standard of measurement Aug 20
Ken Cuccinelli: Change the plaque on the Statue of Liberty to say "We don't want your tired and especially not your poor. Go back, huddled masses. We don't care if you're yearning to breathe free. WE'RE FULL (unless you're from Norway or other non-shitholes).
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Moist Boys Podcast Aug 13
Give me your horny, your thirsty, them bangin' hotties lookin' to party hard. Did I get it right?
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Kyle Borcz Aug 13
Just a reminder of what my ancestors saw when they came to America at the turn of the previous century...
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Will Aug 14
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EdFleming Aug 13
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for ALL.
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Colin Hicks Aug 13
Words written in 1883, so powerful, they trip up officials of the most powerful country on Earth in 2019.
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saintscrem🐻💀 Aug 14
No one should be surprised that press leftists & msm leftists take ” by Emma Lazarus literally rather than in the sardonic tone it is written (in mockery of classism). We shouldn’t be surprised at all. They’re arrogant, condescending, classist, pricks.
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Douglas Hardy 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 13
It appears this bears repeating, and sharing
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London After Midnight Aug 19
Yet another Trump administration official questions the famous poem on the . [video]
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penelope Aug 14
Replying to @OutFrontCNN
, another hypocritical , whose immigrant relatives, were greeted by the “unshackled Statue of Liberty,” carrying the torch of freedom & the Declaration of Independence, NOT a Financial Prospectus, resume & ankle bracelet.
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Joshua Aug 13
tries so hard to convince ppl what the & the poem () means is something totally different. Even though ppl knows what meant in her poem, Beck wants you to think that she really means, “Don’t come here if you’re...!” 😂
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Heidi Aug 13
The press, and Democrats in general, seem unable to tell the difference between law and a poem that was used as a fundraiser ...
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HPhillips Aug 13
Lemme get this straight: during the nat’l anthem sets these merchants off like fireworks But Rewriting is no big deal?!?
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Asher Black Aug 15
aren't doing anyone any favors mischaracterizing opponents' remarks. Ken 's saying the referred to Europeans may have been in poor taste, but call out its irony. No one's actually changing the poem, and you can't win off continual outrage
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Krista Weiss Aug 13
The Lamp that Lights the World and let’s all take a gander at the History of Immigrants in America (truly)
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The Common Curator Aug 13
Mother of Exiles: Send These, the Homeless, Tempest-tost to Me. From "The New Colossus," the poem by Emma Lazarus on the Statue of Liberty:
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William Cory Stanley Aug 15
Finally, after years of being shamed by the novel, poetry is being discussed and debated at the highest levels of our government.
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☘️⚜️🎨 Kat Melanson Aug 14
“...and her name, Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand glows world-wide welcome...”.
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Re-imagining Migration Aug 17
Replying to @ilctr @AJHSNYC
Check out this preview of a curriculum we have developing in partnership with about , and influenced by Schor's work.
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🖌Mary Cacciapaglia🎨 Aug 17
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