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I’m listening to a GOP senator lie. He’s an MD. He’s lied before

Bill Cassidy is on MSNBC (with Ali Velshi) right now (3:15 pm, Monday, March 23), spouting with passion how the current GOP’s agenda — focusing on giving no-holds $$$$ to corporations, rather than working people — isn’t that. I have … Continue reading

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(Not) speaking of podcasts…

The thing is, I have been informed by at least one person I worship as a guru that — as another way of promoting my almost-ready book, How I Learned The Facts of Life — I absolutely have to do … Continue reading

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William Barr and the “monolithic” news media

A few days ago, I noticed a New York Times article that concerned me a lot — “Barr Calls News Media ‘Monolithic In Viewpoint’”. I was more than concerned, actually. I was…WHAT???????? Barr just pushed himself into my purview. Because … Continue reading

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