The hope of sunlight in Ecuador appears frail indeed, but let us be thankful for small mercies rather than none at all, Martin Sieff writes.
As political scientists, pundits, and historians try to make sense of the November 2020 election, a marriage divide in the electorate has emerged. Married Americans were appreciably more likely to vote for Trump than those who were either unmarried and cohabiting or single.
Tim and Joaquin discuss the New York Times article “Marjorie Taylor Greene and the Republican Perversion of ‘Freedom’” by Frank Bruni.
Words we took for granted like “patriot”, “nationalism”, or “vote fraud” are very racist and using them is a sure fire sign that you might be a domestic terrorist. At any rate, using them should be enough to get someone banned from social media.