Maybe this experiment can start over now?
Vice News interviewed Senator Tim Scott today, and Senator Scott had some criticism for Donald Trump’s recent comments about Charlottesville: SEN. SCOTT: I am not going to defend the indefensible. I’m not here to do that. I’m here to be clear, and to be concise and succinct. His comments on Monday were strong. His comments on Tuesday started erasing the comments that were strong. What | Read More »
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Meddling in a U.S. election was more concerning that reporting on military operations of Russia,.
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This is not a treaty or an executive agreement but it is a really bad deal
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It sure looks that way.
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At first blush it is little more than another tiresome campaign television spot. Simplistic graphics, a lecturing voice over, and hyperbolic text are use to paint an opponent as dire. This gives way to the candidate appearing chipper, brightly lit, and representing all manner of hope and future success. It bears all the nuance of a “Made for TV” product spot, where cracking an | Read More »
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“You saw the militia walking down the street, you would have thought they were an army”
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Even racists and bigots are being called upon to criticize Donald Trump
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“We are replacing the failed policy of “strategic patience,” which expedited the North Korean threat, with a new policy of strategic accountability.”
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