New Hampshire Primary

Abbie Teel

The Onion, a satirical magazine and website the day after the New Hampshire primary published a Photoshopped image of a dejected Jeb Bush sitting on the ground, his back against a mud-spattered concrete block wall. The headline: “Demoralized Jeb Bush Succumbs to New Hampshire Heroin Epidemic.”

Gary Borders

A flood of memories returned as I participated in the Martin Luther King, Jr. march in Longview. It took about 20 minutes for a few hundred folks to stroll and sing “We Shall Overcome,” from Broughton Recreation Center to Mt. Olive Baptist Church for the service. We walked down MLK Boulevard, of course.

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