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Could the Russians Seize Congress?
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Could the Russians Seize Congress?
April 17, 2024

The Russians have been coming, off and on, for seven-plus decades. While these conjured imaginings may be laughable, the consequences of a culture of Cold War fear are far from funny

The face of America’s third party
April 15, 2024

Robert Kennedy Jr. is the strongest third-party presidential candidate in 32 years. Many of his supporters are vaccine skeptics, and the Democrats are panicking.

The face of America’s third party
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McConnell cannot stop the non-interventionist tide
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McConnell cannot stop the non-interventionist tide
April 9, 2024

Even Republican stalwarts like current Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are starting to notice that something is shifting in the party. While McConnell announced recently that he would step down as Republican leader in the US Senate, in an interview last week he was adamant that he would continue to serve out his term in the Senate with one purpose in mind: “fighting back against the isolationist movement in my own party.”

Kate Middleton’s Cancer Diagnosis, the Crisis of the British Monarchy and the Politics of Diversion
March 31, 2024

The blanket media coverage and public fascination over the absence of Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, from public duties since she underwent abdominal surgery in January has barely abated after the March 22 video announcement that she is undergoing “preventive” chemotherapy treatment for cancer.

Kate Middleton’s Cancer Diagnosis, the Crisis of the British Monarchy and the Politics of Diversion
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Violent Extremists Get Called ‘Moderates’ by a Violent Extremist Empire
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Violent Extremists Get Called ‘Moderates’ by a Violent Extremist Empire
March 30, 2024

In reality, there was never anything moderate about Joe Lieberman. He was a violent extremist, who only looked like he walked a political center line through the lens of a violent extremist empire.

Biden’s ‘Nighttime in America’ State of the Union
March 12, 2024

Last week President Biden delivered a dark and angry speech meant to convince the low percentage of Americans who still feel positive about his presidency that everything is fine and will only get better if he is re-elected for a second term.

Biden’s ‘Nighttime in America’ State of the Union
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Graham’s U-turns Have Senate Colleagues Fed up: ‘Annoying,’ ‘Tiresome’
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Graham’s U-turns Have Senate Colleagues Fed up: ‘Annoying,’ ‘Tiresome’
March 11, 2024

Republican and Democratic senators who have worked for years with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) are fuming over his decision to oppose a $95 billion defense and foreign aid package.

They Lost the Popular Vote but Became U.S. Presidents
March 8, 2024

In a United States presidential election, the candidate who gains the most votes nationwide is said to have won the popular vote. However, the popular vote is not used to determine who is elected as the nation’s president or vice president. Thus it is possible for the winner of the popular vote to end up losing the election. This is because presidential elections are indirect elections; the votes cast on Election Day are not cast directly for a candidate, but for members of the Electoral College.

They Lost the Popular Vote but Became U.S. Presidents
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