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American Elections Need a Face Lift

Alan Zendell, February 5, 2020 Anyone who has ever worked as a consultant advising businesses about how to handle data and information could explain what’s wrong with our electoral process in a matter of minutes. It would only take a … Continue reading

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Hijacking The Fourth

Alan Zendell, July 4, 2019 I loved parades. Every year I waited for Memorial Day, Independence Day, even Labor Day, so I could see soldiers, bands, artillery batteries – you name it – marching down Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, with … Continue reading

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Trade Wars

Alan Zendell, June 1, 2018 It seems that Donald Trump was serious when he said trade wars are good, although his chimeric, narcissistic nature suggests that we should not infer anything specific until it actually happens. Talk is cheap, and … Continue reading

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Trump Declares War on Canada

Alan Zendell, April 23, 2017 Don’t get excited, it’s not that kind of war. Our missile silos in North Dakota have not been redirected northward. Our news media didn’t think this was important enough to cover, since Canada hasn’t made … Continue reading

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