Togo is a little country in West Africa, wedged between Ghana and Benin. For more than 50 years, it has been ruled by two dictators, father and son, one after the other — as in Syria and elsewhere, as Jay points out. This regime is opposed by a remarkable young woman named Farida Nabourema, who is Jay’s guest. Wait’ll you hear her story, her thoughts, and her spirit. You could almost feel sorry for the dictatorship.

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    Another reminder of the many brave people around the world fighting for real freedom. What a contrast to the oh so brave women being ‘arrested’ at the Capitol. Thank you Mr. Nordlinger for highlighting these people. There are topics we disagree on but I do appreciate the work you do in the area of freedom especially.

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