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Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton
When facts don’t matter, democracy dies.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts. – Daniel Patrick Moynihan The reason people think facts are subjective is that facts are not self-evident, they require context to be understood. We could say that Belgium … Continue reading
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Mike Cernovich, propaganda and the Truth
In an interesting film, Mike Cernovich (hereafter MC) says that he is tired of mainstream media propaganda. He does not believe that the media covered the conventions correctly. He sets out to the tell the truth about the conventions, the … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, corruption, public opinion Tagged DNC, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, loren feldman, Mainstream media, Media, mike cernovick, opinion, propaganda, RNC, truth Comments Off on Mike Cernovich, propaganda and the Truth
Should Caitlyn Jenner be Donald Trump’s Vice President?
On the surface, the pairing seems improbable if not impossible. What, if anything, do they have in common? They appear to share little except their celebrity status. Beneath the surface, though, they are animated by the same thing, a disordered … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, Government, philosophy, republicanism, statesmanship Tagged Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, President of the United States, Republican Party United States Comments Off on Should Caitlyn Jenner be Donald Trump’s Vice President?