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Saturday, February 4, 2023

Hillary’s big kitchen strategy

If you haven’t viewed the “attack” ad that is generating so much anger against Hillary Rodham Clinton, at least in the Ivory Tower offices of The New York Times and among many Barack Obama supporters, you owe it to yourself to watch it.

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War envy, mass psychosis & McCain

War is a form of mass psychosis, during which horrifying acts are transformed into heroic deeds, through the magical moral disinfectant of state sanction.

A nice example of this is provided by an urban legend, which for the last couple of years has circulated on the Internet as a purportedly true story. Here’s the most popular version of it:

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So much for the bluebird of happiness

The Pennsylvania primary has come and gone. The people have spoken or inadvertently burped, as the case may be. Anyway, what a relief that everybody around here can shut up for a while.

But it is not clear what we have learned in the process, except that the next time George Stephanopoulos appears with his grubby questions in a TV debate, someone should bring a fly swatter.

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North Carolina: Just an afterthought

Now the Democratic presidential race comes to North Carolina — sort of.

While this was once seen as a possible make-it-or-break-it state in the Democratic presidential nomination fight, it seems increasingly likely that the candidates will be paying more attention to Indiana, which also holds its primary May 6.

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So much talk, so little depth

You have to feel sorry for the panelists at Howard University. The group, moderated by NBC News anchor Brian Williams, recently discussed the documentary, “Meeting David Wilson.”

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U.S. seeks tougher U.N. scolding for Myanmar

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United States on Wednesday circulated a new and tougher draft statement to the U.N. Security Council scolding Myanmar for ignoring U.N. demands to free prisoners and deal fairly with the opposition.

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