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Paul Manafort

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On January 28, 2018

Frank Foer’s piece on Paul Manafort just came out in the Atlantic. It’s a long read, but well worth your time.  Here’s a sample, from toward the end of the article: But Manafort mus

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Since his inauguration, Trump’s support in every polled demographic has fallen. That includes groups where he had massive support (his own voters, evangelicals) and where he had very low support (Hillary voters, African-Americans). But there is only one group where his approval has fallen by a mere 1 point. What do you think that is? […]

Gorka’s Gotta Gorka

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On January 8, 2018

I have some comments on the latest opinion piece by Dr. Sebastian v. Gorka, PhD.  You can read the whole thread, if you so choose. This is clearly a work of very stable genius, by Dr. Sebastian v. G

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This morning’s tweets nicely encapsulate how the President of the United States is an authoritarian-minded demagogue. First, the President fed conspiracy theories designed to discredit an investigation into wrongdoing by his campaign. Trump already explicitly obstructed this investigation when he fired James Comey. Trump then retweeted an image implying that he squashed the lügenpresse like […]
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