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In 1969, my father escaped Libya in the back of a Red Cross ambulance just after Moammar Qaddafi overthrew King Idris I. Just six... Read More

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Lockdowns,” the mass quarantine of both sick and healthy people, have never before been used for disease mitigation in... Read More

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In the past week, the Supreme Court decided to embrace its most evil tendencies, first by stating that Biden could not end Trump’s... Read More

If American democracy were a hospital patient, the diagnosis would be critical. The Jim Crow Republican Party and larger... Read More

The possibility that Larry Elder may win California’s recall election against Governor Gavin Newsom is generating acute anxiety in the... Read More

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