In 1920, while serving a 10-year sentence for speaking out against Woodrow Wilson’s WWI, labor organizer Eugene V. Debs ran for president. He received over one-million votes. I’d get off my tushie for the opportunity to vote for someone like Debs.
For this edition of The Soapbox, Cindy welcomes back Soapbox regular Don DeBar.
Don reached out and desired to present a counter-point to the recent Soapbox episode with Sam Husseini:
Please listen to the show, or peruse the transcript and:
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