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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Don Lemon
When President Obama addresses the throngs expected to gather Wednesday for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, don't expect an exact echo of the themes or the oratory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s electrifying "I Have a Dream" speech.
CNN's Don Lemon interviewed Emily Miller on "CNN Newsroom" for a panel debate a over the Associated Press deciding to stop using the term "illegal immigrants." They also discussed whether it is political correct to use the term "gay marriage" instead of "marriage equality" and parents who overshare about their children on Facebook.
Twelve years ago, Bryant Gumbel called me an (expletive) idiot on CBS' "The Early Show" for defending the Boy Scouts after the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed their right to uphold moral standards for leaders and members.
After 45 years promoting treatment and the search for a cure for children he calls "my kids," comedian Jerry Lewis announced Monday he is retiring as host of the Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon, which has become synonymous with his name.
Mr. Lemon, 45, says it would be naive to assume the public won't have strong opinions about what he has written, and he's braced for some people to react negatively.
Being black made being gay feel even worse, he said in an interview Monday, "because of how the black community perceives a gay person.