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Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., who had objected to the bill, dropped his objection. “While it still seems strange that having taxpayers provide federal employees paid time off is now required to celebrate the end of slavery, it is clear that there is no appetite in Congress to further discuss the matter,” he said in a statement.
One apparent exception: Buffett, who broke ranks with his billionaire cohort to call for higher taxes on the rich. In a famous New York Times op-ed in 2011, Buffett wrote, “My friends and I have been coddled long enough by a billionaire-friendly Congress. It’s time for our government to get serious about shared sacrifice.”
"It does still happen from time to time," he said.


A more popular celebration of Juneteenth risks transforming the holiday into another peg on which to hang the cloak of mythic American greatness and one more way for people who obstruct racial progress to deny their racism. History is not an uninterrupted road to racial progress. After race-based chattel slavery, new forms of oppression arose: convict leasing, sharecropping, Jim Crow segregation, and lynching. Slavery did not mark an end to all racial oppression. Racism never goes away, it adapts.




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