- May 13, 2010
- Reaction score
- Los Angels, USA
- Political Leaning
- Slightly Conservative
It is very telling that the writer didn't know that millions died under communist rule. Supporting acts that involves breaking the law show the true nature of the majority of liberals in this country.May Day, May Day
American Thinker: May Day, May Day
By Robin of Berkeley
May 01, 2010
I've never been big on holidays. Growing up Jewish, my family didn't celebrate Christmas or Easter. And being secular, we didn't do much for the Jewish holidays either. Since arriving in Berkeley decades ago, one of the few holidays I've enjoyed is May Day, also known as International Workers' Day.
As you can imagine, IWD is a popular day around these parts. In fact, it's an official city holiday. Along with Malcolm X's Birthday, Indigenous People's Day, and International Women's Day, the school kiddies and the city rank and file get the day off. Even some popular places, like Berkeley's Cheese Board Collective, close in observance.