“Kremlingate,” former NSA official John Schindler wrote recently, “promises to be much seedier and more troubling than anything proffered by President Nixon.”
Our new president is watching congressional votes by fellow Republicans very carefully and deciding whether the legislative branch actually is a check and balance on his authority.
If Trump finally does condemn anti-Semitism, that will prove a positive development, even if it is too little and certainly too late.
If David Friedman wins Senate confirmation, he has a gigantic task ahead of him, and that is to decide which David Friedman he will be — the flamethrower or the diplomat.
The sting of being shouted down as subhuman is not unique to a particular religion or political party. Certainly as a Jew born in the 20th century the notion of being dehumanized and threatened based on a rigid self-serving philosophy is something that resonates with me deeply.
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