Topic: politics
Posts: 24
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Social Media Safe Spaces

Elaine Godfrey writing for The Atlantic: In Arizona this weekend, 51-year-old Tammy Shutts put it this way to me: “100 percent, 1,000 percent, 1 million percent Biden didn’t win” her state, she said, gesturing to the hordes of people around her. “I’ve been in Arizona for almost

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It's Almost Like it's All Pandering to an Audience

First up is a report from the Software Freedom Conservatory on Trump's new TRUTH Social app's licensing: Today, we saw the Trump Media and Technology Group ignoring those important rules — which were designed for the social good. Once caught in the act, Trump's Group scrambled and took the site down.

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Speaking of Places I Don’t Normally Link

Trump Election Fraud Allegations Disgraceful Endgame to 2020 Reelection Effort | National Review Almost nothing that the Trump team has alleged has withstood the slightest scrutiny. In particular, it’s hard to find much that is remotely true in the president’s Twitter feed these days. It is full of already-debunked

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Today is a Good Day

Nearly 4 years ago, Donald Trump promised that “American carnage” was going to end “today” in his inaugural address. Sitting here at the end of his term, the best way I can describe his what has transpired under his leadership is indeed, American carnage. I won't go through the list

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Attacking the Core of America

I was going to link to a specific quote in this article, Donald Trump is Attacking the Very Core of America, but there was simply too much and I couldn’t pick just one bit, just go read it. This also gives me a reason to share something I’ve

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The Right Needs to Change

The GOP's monstrous math problem - Axios Republicans, win or lose next week, face a big — and growing — math problem. […] They're relying almost exclusively on a shrinking demographic (white men), living in shrinking areas (small, rural towns), creating a reliance on people with shrinking incomes (white workers without college degrees)

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What Did We Just Watch?

Can someone explain to me how this week’s presidential debate was anything more than an embarrassment? Can someone tell me why anyone can look at the performance from POTUS and think, “yeah, that was a reasonable debate by a smart man”? I’m embarrassed for my country. We have

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Running Out of Campaign Funds Right Before the Finish Line

Running Out of Campaign Funds Right Before the Finish Line
This article is an interesting look at how campaign funds can be spent, and of course I relish the idea of the campaign running out of money before the end of the race, but I would suspect this article is also exactly the sort of thing that will drive money into the campaign.

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How to Prevent Riots

How to Prevent Riots
When the peaceful methods of affecting change fall on deaf ears, but change still needs to be made, there are only so many avenues left to explore.

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