Armstrong-Ellis Grade School third-grade students, left to right, Trenton Spencer, Josh Goulding and Phillip Hartke cheer on Cecil College and Phoenix College on Thursday morning as Armstrong-Ellis, East Park, Cannon, South View and Liberty school kids visit the NJCAA Division II National Basketball Tournament at Danville Area Community College.
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8 sly code words and why politicians love them
When Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., talked about a "real culture problem" in "our inner cities in particular" last week, he wasn't the first American politician to be slammed for using racially coded language to get a point across.
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