Category Archives: Paranoid Style in American Politics

The Natural State of Paranoia

There’s being foolishly naïve, and then there’s being cautiously trusting of others, and then there’s being skeptical but intelligent about it, and then there’s being cynical, followed by being bitter and holding a grudge against the world. The next step … Continue reading

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Dude, You’ve Got a Problem

Sometimes it seems that one of the most American of all American traits is feeling threatened, existentially. Something is going to change everything, and things will never be the same, or as they as should be, or should have been. … Continue reading

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