A Tale of Two Cities, Generations, Races
Andrew Gumbel goes macro and wonders if March 25th will become the watershed moment that brings Americans closer together. Daniel Hernandez zeroes in a bit and wonders why the old folks in the news media aren't giving the kids a chance.
Meanwhile, Earl Ofari Hutchison continues to write amazing pieces about race and immigration. Most recently, he argued that "The cooperation between racial groups at the 1968 Poor Peoples' March is still a worthy model for the immigrant rights movement ."
Back in Washington, though, we're at a stalemate. And while The President doesn't know whether or not the Senate is debating energy or immigration, at least he knows how to love a Mexican.