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The US military should remember this very true statement: “People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.”

There are not enough people in the military to stop the people if the people decide they will not be stopped.

2020: Telling my kids how to deal with tear gas. They’ve already figured out how to handle pepper spray. What a country.

The last guy to build a political platform around these ideas ended up hanging by his heels from piano wire.

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Nadler: “You won’t testify? Fine, we don’t need your stinking testimony. Go ahead and try to buy office supplies while we collect testimony from all your enemies and whistleblowers, though.”

Perhaps if the #NYPD  didn’t stand on its flat feet glowering at peaceful protesters in well-lit squares and focused instead on stopping looting in the darkened city blocks right next door we wouldn’t have this incompetence. @NYCMayor  @NYGovCuomo 

After President Biden gets elected, the purges of the DC Police Department, the DoD, and the Secret Service are going to be epic. Lots of guys with buzz cuts and swastika tattoos are going to pokey to pick up the soap.

“The president… made his way to the church, where he posed stern-faced, holding up a Bible that his daughter pulled out of her $1,540 MaxMara bag.”

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I’ve been Chancellor of Germany since 2005 and I have a doctorate in physical chemistry. Why is the fashion company CEO seated next to me?

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The President is writing his own obituary this morning.

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Forget Silicon Valley. EVERY businessperson or investor should read and try to comprehend these words from Obama. h…

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Michael Flynn’s official portrait as National Security Advisor, now hanging in intelligence agency offices across the country tonight.

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The Secretary of State of the United States of America just stated on national TV that the President does not speak for the nation.

We are (I am?) discovering that the functioning of our democracy depends much more on behavioral norms than legal constraints. God help us.

“Dow Joans.” But hey, he has a point. Can Congress authorize a very big cannon in the current appropriations bill?

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Markets distill the biases, opinions, & convictions of elites. Structurally less able to predict populist movements.

“There are some stupid mistakes that only very smart people make, and one of them is the notion that a sensible argument seriously presented can compete with a really good piece of theatre.”

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