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The Art of Political Lying
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The Art of Political Lying
November 23, 2020

Unless we come to terms with the longer waves of the past, we will forever be incapable of shaping our destiny in any meaningful way.

Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died
November 23, 2020

So today, on this anniversary, another November 22, I have chosen to try to speak of what it felt like once upon a time on the chance that it might encourage others to do the same with our shared hidden history. Only by speaking out is hope possible. Only by making the hidden manifest.

Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died
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Can You Smell What the Chinese Are Cooking?
World
Can You Smell What the Chinese Are Cooking?
October 30, 2020

Less than a week before the game-changing U.S. presidential election, the real heart of the geopolitical and action is invisible to the outside world.

U.S. Politics Isn’t ‘Polarized’; It’s In Almost Universal Agreement
October 7, 2020

When you look at US politics, it appears as though there are two mainstream political factions that very strongly disagree with one another. “Divided” is a word that comes up a lot. “Polarized” is another.

U.S. Politics Isn’t ‘Polarized’; It’s In Almost Universal Agreement
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How the Guardian Betrayed Not Only Corbyn but the Last Vestiges of British Democracy
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How the Guardian Betrayed Not Only Corbyn but the Last Vestiges of British Democracy
August 11, 2020

It is simply astonishing that the first attempt by the Guardian – the only major British newspaper styling itself as on the liberal-left – to properly examine the contents of a devastating internal Labour party report leaked in April is taking place nearly four months after the 860-page report first came to light.

Unlikability: a Trait That Plagues Right-Wing Leaders
July 12, 2020

Achieving popularity requires empathy and rationality, elements that politicians of the right-wing, many of whom believe they are “populists,” lack.

Unlikability: a Trait That Plagues Right-Wing Leaders
World
Russia’s Political Stability Ensured While the West Sinks
Society
Russia’s Political Stability Ensured While the West Sinks
July 5, 2020

Despite what American and European commentators may think, there really is a deep desire among people to vote for their own sovereignty.

75th Anniversary of the Passing of Franklin Roosevelt
April 14, 2020

FDR is a polarizing figure even today in American politics. What exactly did the longest serving U.S. President really stand for?

75th Anniversary of the Passing of Franklin Roosevelt
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