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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1902)
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.Vol. 2, No. 9
g Weekly Press Forum.
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Georgetown (Ky.) Times: The re
publican leaders tumble kindly to the
pomp and show that hong about roy
alty. Belding (Mich.) News: The rank
and file of the democracy. of the na
tion does not seek a victory at the
polls for the sole purpose of changing
Langdon (N. D.) Courier-Democrat:
The United States senator who be
lieves that the people are not com
petent to choose a senator holds, his
seat in the senate under false !pre
tenses. Blkins (W. Va.) Enterprise: Tho
decision that the' light of liberty is to
be extinguished in New York harbor
is not at variance with the policy of
the administration as exemplified in
Memphis (Tenn.) Times: Perhaps
the real reason for the distrust of the
republican party and its policy in the'
Philippines comes from the fact that
there are too many official republican
mouth-pieces, and all with different
things to say.
Linn (Mo.) Unterrified Demqjrat:
An exchange wants to know when lib
erty, justice, honor and integrity shall
mark tho progress of events in this
boasted land of freedom. Well, in our
opinion, not until after the coronation
of King Edward.
Dunshore (Pa.) Herald: Speaking
of carpet bag government in the Phil
ippines, Senator Tillman says that
when political influence sends outsid
ers into any country to govern it, tho
first thing .they do is to stick their
hands into the pockets of the prostrate
people and steal everything. in sight. '
Itushville (rnd.) Jacksbnian: The
republican congress is adhering as
strenuously as ever to its policy of.
favoring special interests. The beet
sugar barons and other tariff robbers
are still in the saddle and are riding
rough shod over every measure pro
posed to relieve the people of unjust
Cen'terville (la.) Journal: The re
publicans of Illinois are beginning to
era?, Sle bandwriting on tho wall.
Well, they should have known it some
"mf ago. Billy Mason told them so,
that is, that the sucker shvfp win tm
I democratic this fall. The people are
I tired of republicanism such as that
1 get in that state. -
Jefferson (Ga.) Journal: Some of
the republicans want to increase the
salaries of tho Rimmmo 4...1
, but are anxious to reduce the salaries
7w 1 x , q uenvery mail carriers,
who have to brave the raln,-'wind, cold
ana storms every day to perform their
services. There is such a thing- as
Petersburg (Tenn.) Enterprise:
Governor Taft has told the senate com1
?iLnn n Se PhiliPPes that the
2 ers there are prohibited' from
publishing any matter that advocates
SStiv ??en,denco 0f the islands- EvI"
SS IL eihou,8e 0f rflPentatives Is
not the only place where "gag law" is
practiced under republican rule
vambinH(H0,) Herald: With tho
vaiious sultans and polygamy the
slavery now an institutioa of the Isl-'
SL1 nat their acquisition
tothfi PhiHBimlBtaS m opponents
in thmv n" ,Ine policy re sustained
for wi??.1"011- We ve o room
republican ideals, a menace to liberty
mentPrreS8 f ocratic 1 govern
ment. We do not want territorv fho
acqu isition of which fa detriiratol to
burdefthaHn?' l0 ,TJnited " . "
ouraen that impedes forward strides.
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