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C&L's Late Night Music Club With Mary Wells

Today in 1964, this Smokey Robinson-penned song became Motown's first number one hit and broke up the Beatles' monopoly of the first 5 positions on the charts. Last week it was songs about girls, tonight I want to hear your favorite songs about

Mike's Blog Roundup

Miller-McCune: Academics link violent rhetoric with violent acts Corrente: What is money? Cogitamus: Libertarians Aren't The Pump Handle: Worth Reading: Highways, Ending Poverty, and the Dangers of Sitting Shakesville:: Today

Mike's Blog Roundup

The Left Coaster: You can go to a soldier's funeral now, Mr. President Politics in the Zeros: The unexpected return of class war Where's the Outrage