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One Reason The Last Decade Has Been So Uniquely Stupid

Jonathan Haidt had a piece on the Alantic on social media’s effects on culture called “Why the Past Ten Years of American Life Have Been So Uniquely Stupid.” It got a lot of attention, although one portion of it is … Continue reading

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Newt Gingrich VS Henry Kissinger

I had a discussion with my brother a few weeks ago, on the question of whether Newt Gingrich was “pop-culturally irrelevant.” I argued that, as far as younger voters are concerned, he can be compared to Henry Kissinger. Both are … Continue reading

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The Newt Gingrich Generation Divide

In an interview with Don Imus, Meghan McCain dismissed Republican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich as passe, and “not pop-culturally relevant to my generation.” She has a point. There is  a legitimate generational divide regarding how the former Speaker of the House is … Continue reading

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