Tag Archives: Political Rhetoric

News and Nonsense

There are slow news days, where there are no new big issues, and no sudden reversals in old issues, when the news folks try to deepen their coverage of what’s going on in the nation, and lose audience. Everyone has … Continue reading

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Carefully Saying That What You Say Is Not What You’re Saying

In spite of our pride in our having codified free speech and a free press – we started with the rule that you can say what you want and print what you want – there is an American tradition of … Continue reading

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