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Trump Trauma Semi-Redux

Election night, I left Steve Kornacki for a French Netflix series — unfortunately, about an election. Fortunately, the underpinnings were so corrupt, so overloaded with weird electoral methodology, I couldn’t draw comparisons to us and develop an associate depression. I … Continue reading

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They are thieves and I am furious

Pretty much every day I get mad. Yesterday, it was this in the Times, written by Erica Green: Charter Schools, Some With Billionaire Benefactors, Tap Coronavirus Relief Charter schools, which are publicly funded but privately run, are securing coronavirus relief … Continue reading

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The word “public” is the target of our enemies

Yesterday Timothy Egan wrote a column in the New York Times about how the Trump administration is destroying our government from the inside. Egan is spending time camping in Montana, and is especially outraged over the damage being done within … Continue reading

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