In radio commentator and columnist Paul Harvey wrote an essay that some of you will remember. As a result, he concluded, the devil must be having a field day in America watching it happen. And so, with apologies to Mr. Harvey, who died in , I offer my own more modern satanic strategies, 55 years after the original.
Paul Harvey's Haunting Predictions From Of What Evils Would Befall America
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In 1965, Paul Harvey’s Warning Was Broadcast — It’s Sadly Come True
The purpose of this essay is to expose passive racism as it commonly occurs in the United States of America. We usually notice this type of racism when it is delivered through religious, or patriotic rhetoric. Unlike overt racism, where a particular minority is publicly antagonized, ridiculed, or discriminated against by a member of the majority, passive racism is far more subtle.
Pierce Penniless, His Supplication to the Divell is a tall tale, or a prose satire, written by Thomas Nashe and published in London in It was reprinted in and ,  and in was translated into French. At times the identity of Pierce seems to conflate with Nashe's own.