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The Aborted Birther

The Aborted Birther

At long last, our traumatic national nightmare has finally come to a close, all...

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Diagnosing the Dead

Diagnosing the Dead

Beginning with Roger Fry’s elevation of Vincent van Gogh to secular sainthood,...

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The Day America Stumbled

The Day America Stumbled

Yesterday morning in Manhattan while attending memorial services for the fifteenth...

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One for the Ages

One for the Ages

Whatever the result of this decidedly odd presidential election may be, one thing...

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Putin 1 - International Vampires 0

Putin 1 - International Vampires 0

The accusation that Putin has a connection to Trump, so widely repeated now by the...

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When the Trumpet Sounds

When the Trumpet Sounds

The long-delayed, long-awaited Chilcot report into the Iraq War will be available...

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The Greatest Anti-White Boxer of All Time

The Greatest Anti-White Boxer of All Time

Muhammad Ali, widely regarded as the world’s most famous man, died Friday at age...

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When Harry Met Taki…

When Harry Met Taki…

Things have never been grimmer. Wall Street wolves have become billionaires while...

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Forecasting a Million Muslim Mob

Forecasting a Million Muslim Mob

In the news and opinion business, late December and early January are the dead...

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Raise a Drumstick to the Indians

Raise a Drumstick to the Indians

Thanksgiving is thousands of years old and can be traced back to Catholics,...

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Setting Stonewall Straight

Setting Stonewall Straight

I’m just finding out that Roland Emmerich is gay. Wow, does that ever put his...

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Refugee Reflections

Refugee Reflections

There were only a few refugees still on the seafront when I arrived in Bodrum...

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The Plot to Destroy Nixon

The Plot to Destroy Nixon

In his new biography Being Nixon: A Man Divided, Evan Thomas concedes a point....

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Was the Civil Rights Movement Really Necessary?

Was the Civil Rights Movement Really Necessary?

“But then there’d be no story.” That was my mother’s singsong refrain...

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