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Losing the Working Class

Married to a binary one-dimensional interest spectrum, the Democrats only consider the economic interests at stake and even then, only consider the immediate consequences.  Perhaps the working class is responding to more than their immediate economic interests, and are reacting to cultural differences, urban crime, and the illiberalness that has infected our institutions.  Throwing money at a problem that is not economic at its source will not persuade the working class.

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Self-Devouring Political Correctness

by Henry Oliner I confess a certain demented joy in seeing the left eat its own in the avalanche of sexual predatory behavior burying its favorite icons.  When hypocrisy is illuminated, the light can be blinding. Short of actual rape

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Cynical Commentary on Stereotypes

Occasionally I watch Bill Maher’s Real Time on HBO, but I find it worthless either as any insightful commentary which I think it poses to be or as any provider of any depth or understanding of any of the political

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