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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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Erosion of Trust

Alan Zendell, June 12, 2017 Mountains and huge institutions rarely collapse all at once. Under constant battering by opposition and internal decay, they erode a little at a time until, when their once-strong foundations have rotted to the core, they … Continue reading

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Is This Any Way to Govern?

Alan Zendell, April 3, 2017 This evening, on her prime time news broadcast, Erin Burnett asked why Jared Kushner who has no experience in either government or diplomacy is doing the job of the Secretary of State in Iraq. It … Continue reading

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