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Hillary’s Achilles’ Heel

Nov. 8 may very well go down in history as the day Americans signed our nation’s death certificate. We the people need to understand what is at stake in the most important election in U.S. 386 more words

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Hilary Clinton: The oddly fascinating confessions of a political centrist

Yesterday morning I bought a copy of Hilary Clinton’s new book What Happened and was surprised to find myself gripped by it. I’d expected a turgid and unlikeable text which I’d skim through in order to supplement my understanding of the last Presidential election with the authorised account of the losing candidate. 1,065 more words

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Facebook Hands Over Russian Ads Used in 2016 US Election After Mueller Serves Warrant

About a week after Facebook admitted in front of the Congress that it had, indeed, sold ads to a Russian ad company pushing pro-Kremlin propaganda, the company reportedly gave up everything it had on that transaction to former FBI Director Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Donald Trump’s ties with Russia. 332 more words

Politics

Hillary Clinton Compares Herself To Cersei Lannister

Hillary’ Clinton’s new memoir, “What Happened” was released on September 12, 2017, and is getting enough attention because of a particular reference to a “Game of Thrones.” character. 165 more words

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Amazon Censor Bad Reviews of Hillary Clinton's New Book

Hillary Clinton’s book “What Happened”, a memoir of a fairly disastrous and ridiculously expensive Presidential campaign, went on sale a few days ago. Within hours it had over 1500 reviews on Amazon, many of them very, very negative. 480 more words

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Has the New York Times Gone Collectively Mad?

Crossing a line from recklessness into madness, The New York Times published a front-page opus suggesting that Russia was behind social media criticism of Hillary Clinton. 441 more words

Cold War 2.0

I'll give you a Hillary

I have a love-hate relationship with spellcheck. As a kid, I used to be a story-teller. I was a champion that liked narrating short stories. Some would say I am still a story teller. 425 more words

Psychology