Tagged: 2016 Election
Saul DeGraw offers up some blunt talk to those who say that’s what they want from their leaders.
It turns out people are complex and no group is monolithic.
An intellectual experiment. Let’s play the role of electoral fraudster. Come, and conspire for a moment, and let us see whether we might realize benefit from subverting the integrity of American democracy.
…And whether we’ve now been presented with evidence that this is actually happening.
Those who claim the press have been conspiring to sit on stories about Donald Trump haven’t been paying attention to the press.
This week, the Washington Post’s Charles Lane insisted that the media has done its job this election. He’s wrong.
…and do we even want it?
Elections, it turns out, have consequences.
The man really is Richard Nixon, and he wants Vladimir Putin to be his G. Gordon Liddy.