Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World: Eric Metaxas: 9781101980019: Amazon.com: Books

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Cashman: Trump should muzzle million $$ speaker fees | Boston Herald

Donald Trump should sign an executive order prohibiting presidents, members of Congress and top executive branch officials from conducting paid speeches for two years after leaving their posts. Just take a look at former President Obama — next week he will have made $1. via Pocket
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Violence as a Remedy to Challenging Speech Is a Learned Response

America is lurching toward a civic crisis. The symptoms are most evident in America’s youth who, in their rash intemperance, are apt to say aloud what their elders are clever enough to imply. Subtly or overtly, the message is the same: Violence is coming. via Pocket
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Tucker Carlson: “Patronizing Assurances That No One Was Spying On Political Campaigns Were False, Probably Intentionally So” | Video | RealClearPolitics

TUCKER CARLSON: According to a new report from CNN, Paul Manafort, who for a time last year was the Trump campaign chairman, was indeed wiretapped by the federal government, both before and after the election. via Pocket
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Althouse: “… being as candid, open, as I could be…”

The stress changes the meaning to: It’s particularly difficult for me to be honest. Paul Revere sounded the alarm that the British were coming, as Americans fought our war for independence from a colonial power. via Pocket
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Althouse: “This is much worse than Watergate, folks. That was a third-rate burglary that went awry.”

“Trump was called a liar. He was mocked for tweeting about Trump Tower being wiretapped. David Gergen, you’ll hear on the sound bites today, practically chokes when confronted with the news that Trump was right and doesn’t quite know what to say about it. via Pocket
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Cyber Assaults on Democracy’s ‘Brain-Space’ are Here to Stay – The Cipher Brief

The United States has no peer competitors in conventional military power. But its adversaries are increasingly turning to asymmetric methods for engaging in conflict. via Pocket
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