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Oaths of Fealty

Alan Zendell, June 14, 2017 David Axelrod said, “Frankly, it was embarrassing.” Stephen Colbert suggested that it made Kim Jong-un seem classy. A broad spectrum of commentators called it bizarre, with the most often heard comment being, “I’ve never seen … Continue reading

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Self-inflicted Wounds

Alan Zendell, May 13, 2107 Donald Trump has said many times that being unpredictable makes him a stronger adversary when he negotiates deals. In Warcraft and Governance, I asserted that what he called unpredictability was part of a strategy of … Continue reading

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The Tuesday Morning Massacre

Alan Zendell, May 10, 2017 In the coming weeks, we will no doubt hear hundreds of partisan views about whether the firing of James Comey is comparable to the infamous Saturday Night Massacre of October 20, 1973. Amid the growing … Continue reading

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To Impeach or Not to Impeach

Alan Zendell, April 6, 2017 Impeachment is not a subject to be taken lightly. It has raised its ugly head twice in my lifetime, once against Richard Nixon and once against Bill Clinton. In the case of Nixon, the Watergate … Continue reading

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Where Have I Heard This Before?

Alan Zendell, March 20, 2017 Echoes of déjà vu and familiarity have been bouncing around in my head for almost two years now. Today, I happened across a brochure from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, titled ODD, or … Continue reading

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