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The November election: what might happen

Today, my congressman, Jerry Nadler, was interviewed by our Upper West Side local online paper, The West Side Rag. He talked about a lot of things — current legislation, policing, the virus. But for me, the most significant statements he … Continue reading

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Where did those “protest” rallies originate and who pays for them?

I have a dark thought. Today’s “protest” rallies — with the usual themes, flags, signs and carefully accoutered and masked “protesters” — don’t even pretend to be spontaneous applications of First Amendment* rights. (When people get together brandishing heavy weaponry, … Continue reading

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Impeachment hearings are all about non-fictional and fictional storytelling

A few months ago I first heard someone on TV talk about “the server in the Ukraine.” It was a Republican congressman talking, and he was behaving in a way I’ve now come to realize is the delivery system for … Continue reading

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