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Political Paradoxes
No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible. (Disputed) Voltaire or Stanislaw J. Lec Now that Halloween is behind us, it is time to move onto really frightening matters. Tuesday November 2nd is Election Day in the United States, and … Continue reading
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