- Kevin Williamson writes about the twists and turns in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign:
We should consider the possibility that Donald Trump is not really running a presidential campaign at all—that this is not politics, but psychotherapy. Trump has always been a figure of fun among those whose respect he most craves — the New York business community and the editors of the New York Times — and he obviously desires to be something more than a reality-television grotesque: a figure of significance. His presidential campaign is his bid for self-actualization, and it has taken along a great many gullible and credulous people — and a major political party — for the ride.
Full Measure News reported how editors at Wikipedia push an agenda you probably don’t appreciate when you read an article on the site.
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Iraq hanged 36 people for a mass killing of Shiites at Camp Speicher in 2014.
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