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Surviving Nine Weeks Until the Election

Alan Zendell, September 1, 2020 Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson offered some advice on Tuesday to people who are afraid Donald Trump might lie, cheat, and steal his way to re-election: behave as if you think Biden is trailing instead … Continue reading

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(Mis)trust and Verify

Alan Zendell, July 20, 2020 You don’t hear people say it much nowadays, but there was a time, thanks to Alan Barth and Phil Graham of The Washington Post, when people referred to today’s news as the first draft of … Continue reading

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What the Mueller Report Tells Us About Trump

Alan Zendell, April 19, 2019 The redacted Mueller Report told us four important things, none of which is a shocking revelation. First, we learned that a thorough investigation by highly competent interviewers and researchers found that Russia, at the direction … Continue reading

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Shithole Countries and the Free Press

Alan Zendell, January 13, 2018 Since the end of the second world war, we’ve had a succession of presidents who, regardless of their overall political philosophies, all believed that increased trade and friendly, cooperative interaction with other nations were the … Continue reading

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