"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free." - President Ronald Reagan
Rolling Stone magazine just released their Top 20 music duos. The list will take you back, specially when you see "Sonny & Cher" at # 18, "The Carpenters" at # 10 and "Simon & Garfunkel" at # 3. For sure The Everly Brothers are # 1.
Phil and Don Everly were a huge influence in the music that followed them or the 1960s. "All I have to do is dream" was one of their big hits.
2) The natives in Bolivia never bought into the idea that a white guy from Argentina was there to save them. In the end, it was the villagers he was trying to “liberate” who turned him in. Again, the Bolivian campaign was a total failure.
Che was a murderer and a man who said awful things about blacks and Mexicans. It’s hard to see how any liberal in the West would dare wear his image on a t-shirt!
He has been burning in hell since 1967. Let him burn!
“Che’s picture was certainly not displayed during the Solidarity protests in Poland in the 1980s or in the Tiananmen Square demonstration in China in 1989, when men and women genuinely hazarded their lives for freedom.”
Che continues to be very popular with the anti-U.S. crowd. He is not very respected by those who lived under communism, such as the Polish workers or Chinese dissidents.
Che was a killer. He did not hold a single election or tolerate any dissent.