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The Ten Insights to Understanding Political Psychology

I began this journey of political discovery, like so many people, just about three years ago, when Trump was the GOP candidate and Hillary was flying high in the polls. I felt mostly certain Hillary would win, but something nagged … Continue reading

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Decoding the Trump Master Narrative

It’s been another week of bizarre, controversial tweets. Another week of Trump saying something outrageous and almost starting a war somewhere, possibly here in America. Another week of the press, pundits, activists, talk show hosts, and religious leaders expressing this: … Continue reading

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That Which We Call a Tyrant

Many are choosing to use euphemisms or abbreviations in place of Trump’s name. Some are recommending ’45’ as a code word for the 45th president, citing revulsion at the mere mention of his name. People were correcting themselves who used … Continue reading

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