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Why LeBron Can Say Whatever He Wants About Politics

LeBron James attended a Cleveland debate rally for Hillary Clinton in 2016 even yet she was expected to remove his home state of Ohio. After Donald Trump’s election, James repeatedly blasted a president. When Laura Ingraham pronounced James should “shut ...

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Why LeBron Can Say Whatever He Wants About Politics

LeBron James attended a Cleveland debate rally for Hillary Clinton in 2016 even yet she was expected to remove his home state of Ohio. After Donald Trump’s election, James repeatedly blasted a president. When Laura Ingraham pronounced James should “shut ...

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There’s Too Much Virtue in Politics

George Orwell wrote a minute in 1938 to a producer Stephen Spender, in that he in outcome purebred his bewail during carrying finally met Spender. The reasons for this competence amuse. Before their encounter, Orwell reports, he had scorned Spender ...

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There’s Too Much Virtue in Politics

George Orwell wrote a minute in 1938 to a producer Stephen Spender, in that he in outcome purebred his bewail during carrying finally met Spender. The reasons for this competence amuse. Before their encounter, Orwell reports, he had scorned Spender ...

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News, Scandal And Politics: Theatre At Its Most Powerful

Ben Miles, Adam Godley and Simon Russell Beale in The Lehman Trilogy during a National TheatreMark Douet Oscar Wilde opined how life imitates art in his 1889 letter The Decay of Lying, a word now quoted constantly. However, it usually ...

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Week Ahead In Politics

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: An mercantile turnaround of ancestral proportions. President Trump took a feat path on Friday over a latest GDP numbers. The U.S. economy grew during an annual rate of 4.1 percent in a second quarter. Also on a ...

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Italy Succumbs (Again) to Mob Politics

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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Ag-itated

Snapshot Nine-month-old Gavin McGill of Washington wears a “resist” onesie while attending a criticism with his mom and hermit opposite a subdivision of newcomer families on Capitol Hill. Jacquelyn Martin / AP What We’re Reading But Their Emails: Recently detected ...

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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Cash Crops

Snapshot People cheer as President Trump arrives to speak during the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri. Evan Vucci / AP What We’re Reading Trump, the Unicorn: In his scathing review of ...

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Brazil’s Military Strides Into Politics, by a Ballot or by Force

“The contingent choosing of these troops officials might lead to a adoption of peremptory proposals, generally when it comes to open security,” pronounced Carlos Fico, a historian during a Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. The flourishing interest of Brazil’s ...

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