Author: Erik Loomis

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It’s more than a little ironic that the core of Trump’s support comes from the very areas that are most reliant on immigrants to keep the towns alive. Trouble back home resonates here in Kennett Square. When I discovered the quaint town by chance on an early wintry evening in the 1980s, the men were […]

A Modest Proposal

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On June 3, 2018

The New York Jets have received extremely rare positive attention for anything at all recently, when the team’s co-owner, Christopher Johnson, brother of Trumper and now ambassador to the UK Woo

Drain That Swamp!

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On June 3, 2018

Donald Trump continues to drain the swamp, this time by naming a new acting director of the National Park Service who is a former NRA lobbyist and who more recently, during his NPS career, went to bat

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Jeebus: Niall Ferguson wanted opposition research on a student. Campus arguments over diversity and free speech are causing some distinguished academics to do extremely strange things. Ferguson, a historian affiliated with both Oxford and Stanford University and much celebrated for his books on the topics like the First World War and the British Empire, is […]
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