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Emma Green, whose job at The Atlantic involves taking religion seriously, wonders why Democrats don’t take religion serious and don’t talk to the 81% of evangelical voters who voted for Donald Trump. I understand that it can be a mystery why some people voted for Donald Trump, particularly if you’re one of those people who don’t… Continue reading We’ve Got A New Republican Administration, So We Have To Hear This Again
I’ve never had a Tweet go viral like this before. My small contribution to the tweets of those angry about the GOP effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act has been retweeted a little over 1,300 times as of now. That’s not a lot for famous people, but it’s more than I’ve ever gotten. It freaks me out… Continue reading When a Tweet of Mine About the Affordable Care Act Goes Viral
Donald Trump’s global business interests, which he refuses to abandon or place in a legitimate blind trust, not only raise the possibility of influence peddling and graft unseen in past administrations, but also threaten to make U.S. foreign policy subservient to the investment portfolio of a fraud. From the New York Times: The globe is… Continue reading President Elect Donald Trump Has Conflicts of Interest In At Least 20 Countries. How Dangerous Can That Be?