Originally published 01/28/2015
Jordan M. Wright’s collection of political memorabilia has been unceremoniously sitting in boxes and crates behind the orange roll-up doors of storage units in Long Island City, Queens.
Originally published 08/15/2013
It's been called "sickening," an "[apology] for fascism," and "an affront to humanity as a whole."But enough about the wine -- it's the label that's causing a furor.The Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Los Angeles-based human rights organization, has called for a global ban on Italian winemakers Vini Lunardelli, whose "historical line" of wines includes labels featuring images of Adolf Hitler and various Nazi slogans.
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