Ashcroft's racism; Ricky Martin's hypocrisy

Epperly, Jeff
January 2001
Bay Windows;1/17/2001, pN.PAG
Comments on the statements made by U.S. attorney general nominee John Ashcroft in the periodical, "Partisan Review," which should allegedly be enough to disqualify him. Way in which writers in the periodical wrote about the Civil War; Hatred of Ashcroft for gays; Hypocrisy of the Republican Party in its use of the song "Cup of Life," by Ricky Martin.


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