by Firoozeh Dumas
April 28, 2009 In America, we take freedom of speech for granted. From bumper stickers to Jon Stewart, we often fail to acknowledge just how much our First Amendment rights afford us. But as an Iranian-American, commentator Firoozeh Dumas appreciates all of it — even Rush Limbaugh.
December 21, 2008 Forget the picturesque tree and perfectly arranged presents. Christmas means blending old customs with new traditions, even if the result is messier than a bag full of carrot jam.
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June 21, 2008 Writer Firoozeh Dumas talks about her new memoir, Laughing Without an Accent. It's a collection of humorous essays about her life as the daughter of Iranian immigrants.
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