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ADADRobert Bergman, Bethesda●A ‘good trouble’ makerWhen Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) died, we lost a giant who never flinched from speaking truth to power.
The tributes and stories honoring the late congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.) unveiled many of the vast dimensions of this man of honor.
The Longest Walk.”Dorothy Andrake, WashingtonADMichael Gerson’s July 21 op-ed, “John Lewis changed the hardest hearts,” paid a deserved and beautifully stated tribute to the magnificence of the late congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.).
Like many Looney Tunes fans, I’m disgusted by this revelation.
Taking away something that makes two Looney Tunes characters best remembered takes out half the comedy and the spirit of what makes Looney Tunes a classic icon of American culture.