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Stampeding Onto the Trump Train

One of the chief arguments against Donald Trump is the very fact that so many of us on the right spend so much time arguing with each other about him. “The right” has always been a broad ideological coalition, and any president is going to lean toward one part of that coalition at the expense […]

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Five Things You Need to Read Today

Here’s your weekly update, for subscribers only, drawing your attention to five stories that are worth catching. This week, the main theme is absolute power and the corruption it breeds. 1. Charlie Rose and Lord Acton The wave of accusations of sexual misconduct by powerful men has now come for respected interviewer Charlie Rose, though […]

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Watch This Movie to Debunk the “Tech Monopoly” Hysteria

The frenzy to regulate big technology firms as “monopolies” is starting to spread like influenza across the political spectrum. Turning Web search and social media into government-regulated utilities is an idea that has now been endorsed by Josh Marshall on the left and by Steve Bannon on the right. It also got the surprising support […]

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