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A Hallucinogenic and Unrepentant Rant

A Hallucinogenic and Unrepentant Rant

Christine Blasey Ford, the accuser in the infamous 2018 confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, has written an unrepentant and incoherent book while showing no remorse for the ordeal she caused others and the nation.

Alvin Bragg’s Witch Trial

Alvin Bragg’s Witch Trial

Bragg’s indictment repeatedly alleges Donald Trump made a false business entry to, “commit another crime and aid and conceal the commission thereof.” But Bragg does not specify what the original crime was.

Trump and the Pro-Life Dilemma

Trump and the Pro-Life Dilemma

Pro-lifers upset with Trump mistake their situation. They're not missing an opportunity to declare a universal right to life; they're rather in a pitched battle to stop the other side from reestablishing a universal right to abortion.

The NPR-Listening ‘Elite 1%’

The NPR-Listening ‘Elite 1%’

The publicly subsidized programming of National Public Radio draws a mostly white, high-income earning audience with degrees from elite institutions. It should be no surprise this group trusts government to uphold its interests, given they have the same interests.