In its bigotry, North Carolina makes Jesse Helms proud—again | Hal Crowther | Indy Week

In its bigotry, North Carolina makes Jesse Helms proud—again 

For all of us who still read newspapers, May 9 was a morning for banner headlines in North Carolina. The good news was that Raleigh's own Josh Hamilton—the tattooed, star-crossed, substance-tormented Texas Rangers superstar—had hit four home runs in a night game…

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