Tag Archives: politics

Will the Democratization of Information Destroy the Democracy?

Personally, I want to celebrate the democratization of information, but I may have overlooked how scoundrels and profiteers would use it. Continue reading

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Trump’s Little Whorehouse on the Prairie

Grandpa Trump: Immigrant, Entrepreneur, Brothel-Keeper Continue reading

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What were Sean Spicer and Kellyanne Conway doing amidst the enemies of the American people?

The President and the Press, the First Amendment in the First 100 Days, a Newseum event. Continue reading

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Who Was America’s Worst President?

Some wrought death and destruction, others the stain of corruption Continue reading

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Zuckerberg and Trump

Presidential politics in the age of Facebook. Continue reading

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A Growing Up in the 50’s Book Review: Ike and Dick

Prior to reading Jeffrey Frank’s book my opinion of these two men was that Eisenhower was probably a decent man and fairly good president. Nixon, on the other hand, was Tricky Dick. I was half right. If your image of … Continue reading

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Growing Up in the 50’s: Tricky Dick on Main Street

It’s 1956. I’m in first grade at Washington Park Elementary School in Totowa, N.J. It must be in the fall, shortly before the presidential election that year, and one day my whole class was lined up and marched in formation … Continue reading

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