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Does Trump Have Dementia? Do We?

A friend writes, “Just curious about your take on whether Donald Trump has early onset dementia.   Have you been writing about that?” Well that’s a question I can’t answer; I just don’t know.  But I also am not sure I’m … Continue reading

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Worries and Dissents 17.2.3

From time to time I want to link to intelligent worries I come across, and also to interesting dissents from the way I see things. While the Trump administration continues careening through its first weeks, David Brooks focuses on the … Continue reading

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Trump v. Republican Congress (1)

We’re in the mutual accommodation phase of the relationship between Donald Trump and the Republican majorities in the two houses of Congress.  The House Republicans have just finished a retreat at which Trump appeared, and the party’s Congressional leaders are … Continue reading

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A Code of Conduct for the Trump Era?

December 1, 2016 Yesterday’s Inside Higher Education carried a story about a proposed “anti-authoritarian code of conduct” proposed by Rachel Barney, a professor of classics and philosophy at the University of Toronto.  I read the proposed code with interest, but also … Continue reading

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