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Machiavelli Might Agree

If zealots with nefarious intent toward this republic ordained to exercise long term dissemblance to foment authoritarian ends, why would their subversive endeavors be directed toward targets other than a receptively mendacious and tendentious Media, an impolitic Education, and a … Continue reading

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Blank and Galled

Why did Vanderbilt Magazine editors repeat equity, diversity, inclusion, and identity more than sixty-five times in the Fall 2017 issue? Were they merely informing VU alumni, or trying to proselytize us? Those four words excessive use made me think the university’s … Continue reading

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Talk About Offensive

Consider the many opportunities for removal and relocation of Roman historical sites deemed “on the wrong side of humanity” which would be available to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu were he mayor of Rome, Italy. Is it a fair reflection, Mitch, to … Continue reading

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Dear MSM: Your Allegations Don’t Add Up

Impressive. Voters in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, and New York must have remained immune to purported Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election. How else to explain those four states’ voters giving Clinton a 7.8 million vote buffer over Trump? The … Continue reading

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Gruber’s 279

Professor Jonathan Gruber’s roster of American voters whose ‘stupidity’ was integral to passing H.R. 3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) should encompass millions. Coverage of his statements was slanted across the media spectrum. The Right played the professor’s several video clips so often that it … Continue reading

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