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Trump Sticks It to His Advisers

He went off the rails in his Phoenix speech because he knows he can.

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Trump’s Phoenix Rally Was an Embarrassing Therapy Session

Amazon’s Kids Clothing Brand Is a Crime Against Taste and Childhood

How Game of Thrones Lost Its Way


The Money Men Are to Blame

Silicon Valley is sexist because the people who fund it are sexist.


The Public Face of Antifa

Daryle Jenkins has stepped up to explain the shadowy group’s violent tactics to a wary world. It’s not easy.

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One Antifa Leader Has Stepped Up to Explain the Shadowy Group’s Violent Tactics to the World

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