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Bright Shining as the Sun

Infused with the spirit of the black church, the Democrats became the party of optimism.

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For one thing, her ideas are terrible.

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The Hillary Haters

Few figures in American political life have inspired such deep and decades-long contempt. But why?

Donald Trump Isn’t a Manchurian Candidate. He and Putin Are Using Each Other.

The Radical Message of Michelle Obama’s Speech Was Electrifying

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