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Madeleine Albright Bewails the End of Globalism

The Guardian fawns over Madeliene Albright in a long article titled Madeleine Albright: ‘The things that are happening are genuinely, seriously bad’. I’m going to comment on the parts that I found interesting. [Albright’s new book] Fascism: A Warning is a cry of … Continue reading

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Guardian Shill Attacks Susan Sarandon

OK, the US Democrats were salty when Sarandon endorsed the Green party in the 2016 election. Why is a columnist for the UK’s leftist newspaper The Guardian still upset, and delusionally crying Protest all you like, Susan Sarandon; in effect … Continue reading

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Do Porn Stars Deserve Respect?

The media is upset as Giuliani slams Stormy Daniels: “I don’t respect a porn star the way I respect a career woman”. Is he wrong to say this? [Giuliani] went on to swipe at Daniels’s work in pornography and emphasize … Continue reading

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Money in Politics: The One Issue That Matters

On August 25, 2015, the New York Times posted the article “Donald Trump, the Green Lantern Candidate” by Brendan Nyhan (@BrendanNyhan), a political scientist and assistant professor at Dartmouth. It continues to be cited today. This article perfectly illustrates the … Continue reading

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Synopsis of “Crippled America”

I just finished Donald Trump’s latest book, “Crippled America”, where he lays out the platform of his presidential campaign. If you’ve seen his debate performances and interviews, there isn’t a whole lot of new material in the book, but it … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Art of the Deal”

* * * B With all the coverage of Donald Trump in the media, I thought I’d read his business book, “The Art of the Deal”. The book is very anecdotal, covering many projects he’s worked on, from buildings in … Continue reading

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