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Looks like a lot of dominoes are falling all of a sudden: President Donald Trump spoke with Michael Cohen more extensively about the proposed Trump Tower project in Moscow than Cohen previously told Congress, Cohen admitted in federal court Thursday. Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, pleaded guilty Thursday to making false statements to Congress about the Russia investigation […]

Political correctness, NFL edition

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On November 27, 2018
Reuben Foster is a second year NFL linebacker, whose draft stock fell quite a bit last year when he got into some sort of altercation with a student hospital worker at the combine (The combine is essentially a two-day job interview for NFL prospects.) In January he was arrested for marijuana possession.  The next month […]
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Working class heroes

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On November 23, 2018
Law professor Joan Williams thinks that the reason Donald Trump got elected is because elite white people are contemptuous of their non-elite white fellow voters, and they therefore dismiss the legitimate economic concerns that led a lot of non-elite whites to vote for Donald Trump as mere expressions of racism. These leads her to recommend […]

Griftonomics

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On November 21, 2018

I did a little more digging into Matthew Whitaker’s “non-partisan” advocacy group, which he or his paymasters christened with Orwellian moniker Foundation for Accountability and Civi

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