Author: Paul Campos

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Trump denialism

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On May 15, 2018

For the past 18 months, the following claims have been made over and over again by many an elite opinionator: Hillary Clinton was a terrible candidate who ran a terrible campaign.  Also, the primary

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The Red Pill

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On May 11, 2018
Michelle Goldberg has a characteristically interesting column about the difficult question of how to draw the line between mistaken ideas that should be the subject of good-faith formal and informal debate, and pernicious nonsense that should be either ignored or mocked: It’s a natural response — and, in some cases, the right response — to […]
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I got a lot of reaction to my piece laying out what I believe is a powerful circumstantial case for the proposition that a top GOP fundraiser paid a seven-figure bribe to Donald Trump, to help Trump cover up an affair with a Playboy playmate, and a possible subsequent abortion. Michael Avenatti was openly discussing […]
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Rudy Giuliani’s top-shelf law-talking skills are paying off already: Michael Cohen previously said both Trump Org and campiagn were not party to Stormy agreement, and neither paid him back. What Rudy is saying now is that Trump paid Cohen back with his own money. — MJ Lee (@mj_lee) May 3, 2018 This is obvious, but […]

Trumpe l’oeil

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On April 27, 2018

A friend just forwarded the image above, which he claims is an actual painting.  He also claims the image has gone viral in the most florid precincts of wingnuttia, although I’m not getting out

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