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    WITH Christmas fast approaching, it’s safe to say, there is a lot to think about. There’s presents to wrap, food to buy and decorations to hang, but there’s also a much less exciting task that needs to be done - the cleaning. 3Cleaning whizz Laura Mountford has revealed her simple tips and tricks to ensure your home looks spotless just in time for ChristmasCredit: Supplied - Laura Mountford 3Laura shared her fool-proof '3-in-1' methods that will ensure your guests are left impressed this festive seasonCredit: Supplied - Laura Mountford If you are inviting guests over to your home for the festive season, you’ll want to make sure that everything looks spotless, but spending hours on your hands and knees scrubbing away is not the most thrilling task. Luckily for you, we spoke to cleaning whizz Laura Mountford, known as @lauracleanaholic on social media, to get her top tips and tricks for getting your home to look spotless in time for Christmas. This Cleanaholic gave us the low down on her Christmas cleaning method that will ensure your guests are left...
    As Dolphins players searched for answers through the disappointment and confusion of Sunday’s 33-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, there was one conclusion in the postgame locker room — they must do better. All of them. “We’ve just got to stick together,” cornerback Xavien Howard said. “We’ve just got to keep it going. There’s nobody to blame or anything like that. We just have to keep it going. “There’s more ball, a lotta more ball left.” That was the overriding message, that there’s more football left, and for the Dolphins to get to where they want to get — the playoffs — they must be better. You trust they’ll take the message to heart. This team has been good about learning from its mistakes all season, and you have to think this loss will bring the same result. The Dolphins (8-4) had their five-game winning streak ended Sunday by the 49ers, and the Dolphins lost their chance to maintain first place in the AFC East. In their five remaining regular-season games, the Dolphins must find a way to downplay...
    Watermelon is the perfect summer treat. It is full of nutrients and because 92% of it is water, it is super refreshing on hot days! While watermelon is usually just eaten on its own, there are so many ways it can be used in your summer cooking. If you need a reason to try some new watermelon recipes out, August 3rd is National Watermelon Day! Invite your friends to show off your vegan cooking skills, or just eat some watermelon alone. It will keep you refreshed and happy all day long! Whether you’re at a picnic, relaxing by the pool, or enjoying the air conditioning indoors, you will love these 15 watermelon recipes from our Food Monster App! 1. Watermelon Frosé Source: Watermelon Frosé Frosé is the super trendy wine-based slushie that’s cold and refreshing! Put a fruity spin on the drink by adding chunks of frozen watermelon to make it extra frosty. This recipe for Watermelon Frosé by Karen Sheer also adds coconut milk, lime juice, and raspberry purée. 2. Sweet and Spicy Watermelon Curry Source: Sweet and...
    It’s July 21st and do you know what that means? It’s National Creme Brulée Day! Whoohoo! Creme brulée is an amazing French dessert that consists of thick, creamy custard with a hard shell of burnt caramel on top. If you pace yourself right, you can get a bite of crunchy caramel in every spoonful of custard. It used to be that the only way we could make these little cups of decadence was by using eggs and heavy cream, but today, we can make them entirely vegan. We know, we know… “How do you make creme brulée vegan?” While it sounds impossible to make a dessert that translates to “burnt cream” vegan, where there’s a will, there’s a way. When it comes to dessert, there’s little that can drive a person more than satisfying their sweet tooth. Believe us. It’s so easy to make your own dairy-free, egg-free creme brulée at home and since it’s a national holiday, we’ve gathered 10 vegan creme brulée recipes for you to try! 1. Cashew Cream Creme Brulée Cashew Cream Creme Brulée For an...
    The Final Solution was developed after Heinrich Himmler witnessed the horror of the Babi Yar massacre of more than 33,000 Jews and decided 'there has got to be another way of doing this', historian James Holland said. Babi Yar, a ravine on the edge of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, became infamous after 33,771 men, women and children were shot there over the course of just two days in September 1941. At that point, the Nazis were three months into Operation Barbarossa – their ultimately doomed attempt to invade and conquer the Soviet Union. Only ten of the estimated 700 people that took part in the killings at Babi Yar were ever convicted of a crime. Speaking to MailOnline at the Chalke Valley History Festival, which is sponsored by the Daily Mail, Mr Holland said the path to the Final Solution – the name given by the Nazis to the murder of nearly six million Jews in a network of death camps from 1942 – began at Babi Yar. Nazi troops carried out the massacre in Ukraine after branding the local...
    ARE YOU green-fingered? Well, if you like to get your hands dirty and your garden looking good, you need to listen up. 2If you like to spend time in your garden, here's the jobs you need to do this week to get it looking greatCredit: BBC Pictures' Digital Picture Gardening expert Monty Don has revealed that if you want your garden to be in full bloom this Summer, then it’s seriously important you get out there now. There’s no time like the present when it comes to gardening. Don’t be put off by the heatwave, as long as you’ve got your sun cream on and don’t spend hours and hours in the direct sunlight, it’s time to put your gloves on and get out there.  Gardeners’ World lead host Monty Don shared the important gardening jobs that you must do this week if you want your garden to be in full bloom for summer.  Read more gardening storiesSAYS IT ALL I'm a gardening expert - this is what your favourite flower says about youPLANT PRO I'm a garden expert -...
    THE weather is heating up and summer is fast approaching.  If you are planning on getting your friends and family out in your garden soon, there’s one job that you must be doing on a regular basis if you want your grass to look good. 1If you want your grass to look great for summer, here's a tip for youCredit: Getty And don’t worry if you’re not majorly green-fingered - this is a pretty simple task that won’t take too much faffing around.  Even better, you won't need to head to the shops and spend lots of money on expensive gardening products. Gardening experts from Homebase have shared their top tips for gardeners looking to give their gardens a boost in June. And according to the experts, it’s key that you are mowing your lawn on a weekly basis, if you want it to look amazing. Read more gardening storiesWATCH OUT I'm an expert - this is the dangerous garden task you must leave to professionalsGREEN GENIUS I'm a homes expert - the garden hacks to increase the value...
    FRANCE are closing in on the Six Nations after a win over Wales. The French secured a 13-9 victory with a dogged defensive display, opening up at seven point gap at the top and are now just one match away from the Grand Slam. 2France are one win away from clinching the Grand Slam having beaten Scotland 36-17Credit: Getty 2England scraped a 23-19 victory past Wales to give themselves a chance of catching FranceCredit: Alamy But Ireland kept themselves in the running with a 32-15 win away to 14-man England at Twickenham. JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) Who can still win the Six Nations? France are the overwhelming favourites to win the trophy. But Ireland can still wrestle it away from them. Read more on Six NationsEngland vs Ireland Red Rose host Irish as both teams look for win to stay in title huntTV INFO Which Six Nations rugby games are on BBC and ITV? How can England win the Six Nations? England can no...
    MANCHESTER UNITED's board MUST take Jamie Carragher's advice and do everything they can to appoint Thomas Tuchel as the next permanent manager. The upheaval at Chelsea means that Tuchel’s position may become problematic between now and the summer. 1Man United should go all out to bring in Tuchel as new managerCredit: PA United were knocked out of the Champions League by Atlético Madrid on Tuesday evening. Although the Red Devils are mathematically still in the race to qualify for the Champions League next season via the Premier League, given their indifferent form there are not many United supporters who think they will. But, whether it’s the Champions League, Europa League or no European football at all next season, the big talking point amongst supporters is who will be in the dugout. United, as Gary Neville has said on numerous occasions, must go for “best in class”. But what exactly does that mean in relation to United’s pursuit of a new manager, and...
    THE future of Boris Johnson’s Government needs to be settled in the next few days. We have seen too much chaos, instability and distraction recently. Now we have a police investigation in the mix too.  3If MPs conclude the PM has misled Parliament, then I am afraid there will be no way back 3Sue Gray’s report must be published and judgments must be made Matters need to be brought to a head.  Sue Gray’s report must be published and judgments must be made. Her report may provide evidence to condemn the Prime Minister.  Or it may turn out, as so often before, that his critics have allowed their dislike of Brexit, or of Boris Johnson personally, to blind them to the facts. For my part, I think the Prime Minister of this country should have the right to be believed — unless there is clear contrary evidence.  That is why the Gray report is so important.  MPs will have to draw their own conclusions from it.  Most read in The US SunSOLO STROLL Brad Pitt's new love interest Lykke Li takes...
    AMERICANS should take rapid coronavirus tests before visiting their family and consider canceling their Christmas plans, an expert says. The Omicron coronavirus variant is spreading around the world, sparking fears among top US scientists that the strain could have a serious impact on health systems. 4Professor David Celentano called on Americans to take rapid Covid tests before visiting family members this ChristmasCredit: AFP 4The expert said people should avoid large crowds if they canCredit: Getty Professor David Celentano, an epidemiologist at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, urged Americans to take rapid tests before heading out, and avoid large crowds if they can. He told The Sun: “I’m afraid it’s going to be another year where the holiday season is not going to be merry and bright.” He warned that even those who have been triple vaccinated or received their Covid-19 booster can still contract the virus. He added: “There’s no magic bullet here.” Celentano recommended that Americans should wear M95 and KN95 face masks when in crowded spaces. The fabric in N95 masks is thought to help...
    Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) has taken aim at President Joe Biden as the United States continues to struggle with an influx of migrants crossing into the country from the southern border with Mexico. “What I’m waiting for is the administration to take bold action to actually address these concerns,” Sinema said Thursday in a radio interview with KTAR News 92.3 FM’s The Mike Broomhead Show.”The reality is, this is a crisis and the federal government must do more to address this surge of migrants who are coming to the border with increasing numbers each year.” “To me, it’s not important whether the person in the White House is a Democrat or a Republican in terms of negotiating or talking with them,” she added. To combat the border crisis, Sinema and Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) introduced the Bipartisan Border Solutions Act last month, which would create border centers designed to process asylum seekers in what they believe would be a more efficient manner. Meanwhile, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) declared a state of emergency in six counties last month and announced the imminent deployment of the...
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, shown March 20, has said the U.S. policy of “maximum pressure” has failed to curb his country’s ambitions. (Associated Press) To the editor: The Times Editorial Board’s endorsement of a U.S. return to the Iran nuclear deal is justified with qualification. First, Iran must resolve what the International Atomic Energy Agency calls in its February evaluation the regime’s “unsatisfactory” and “not technically credible” explanations of “uranium conversion activities,” as well as “undeclared nuclear material and nuclear-related activities” at three locations that the regime has attempted to “sanitize.” In other words, Iran must reveal and eliminate all suspect activity. Second, any renewal of the nuclear deal must eliminate the sunset clause that allows Iran to resume enrichment beyond the 3.67% uranium-235 purity threshold beginning January 2031. Failure to do so would permit Iran to approach a weapons material breakout capacity. Bennett Ramberg, Los Angeles The writer was a foreign affairs officer in the State Department Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs in the George H.W. Bush administration. .. To the editor: Thank you for the excellent editorial. I would...
    Don’t look now, but Joe Biden is a on a roll. After last year’s low wattage campaign, expectations were low for Uncle Joe as president. Some 50 odd days in, all but the most committed partisans would admit he is off to a strong start. Muscled through the all-Democrat Congress, his $1.9 trillion stimulus package is the law of the land. Checks for $1,400 are en route to 150 million Americans. REP. CHUCK FLEISCHMANN: FIXING BIDEN'S BORDER CRISIS – IT'S TIME FOR DEMS TO WORK WITH GOP ON A SOLUTION Yes, the frequently-cited approval numbers around relief package are overwrought – who would ever respond "no way!" when asked about getting handed free cash – but the bill is poised to ignite the embers of an economy already beginning to stir.   The pump is primed for things to get even better for Team Biden. The weather is warming, vaccines are rolling and the economy is humming – a potent concoction for an electorate that has been consuming little but COVID-induced dread during a long year of lockdown. More from Opinion Liz Peek: Biden out...
    Ten years ago, the New START nuclear arms control treaty between the United States and Russia entered into force. And earlier this month, the State Department announced a five-year extension of the treaty just days before it was set to expire. The media was quick to praise this decision, with one prominent publication claiming that President Biden had singlehandedly "avoided a renewed arms race" in his first month in office. New START has been a crucial part of our relationship with Russia for the past decade. But let’s be clear: This single treaty doesn’t protect us from every threat we face. The U.S. must do more to curb the nuclear ambitions of our geopolitical rivals. FRED FLEITZ: IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL – BIDEN RUSHING AHEAD FOR THESE 3 TROUBLING REASONS To begin with, New START limits only certain categories of nuclear arms: ground-based and submarine-launched intercontinental missiles, as well as heavy bombers. Since the treaty was signed, the United States has chosen not to invest in new nuclear weapons outside of its limits. Russia has done the opposite, and in fact maintains an...
    Small businesses have been decimated by the pandemic shutdowns. Many have struggled to survive. Many have had to lay off employees. If they haven’t closed their doors yet, the next six to nine months will be a real challenge.  There is some help on the way. The Small Business Administration has released a second round of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) – a forgivable loan program designed to assist small businesses with money to stay afloat. Part two of the PPP opened on Jan. 15.  There’s no doubt America’s Main Streets will be affected by the lockdowns for years to come.  NEWT GINGRICH: BIDEN SAYS 'UNITY' BUT HE REALLY MEANS 'CONFORMITY' – HERE'S WHAT THE REAL DEAL WOULD LOOK LIKE I discuss the future of small business and the legislative plans to restore our economy on this week’s episode of my podcast, "Newt’s World." My guest is someone with deep knowledge of this subject: Elaine Parker, president of the Job Creators Network Foundation.  Before the coronavirus hit the United States, the American economy was roaring. Growth was strong and consistent. Unemployment was historically low....
    Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) Monday on MSNBC’s “Live” said that Democrats were impeaching former President Donald Trump, so he is convicted in the Senate, which includes a penalty of disqualification from office. Jackson asked, “Do you plan to address the constitutional authority as has been raised by some of these Republicans for the House to bring an impeachment against somebody and for the Senate to convict somebody who is no longer serving?” Swalwell said, “It’s constitutional. The Senate is steeped in tradition and custom, and I think it would be persuasive to them that they have actually done this before. They have held a trial for somebody who was no longer in office.” Jackson said, “You’re talking about the secretary of war?” Swalwell said, “That’s right, Secretary of War, Belknap, we will all hear that name more than we probably want, but it’s because the Founders put as one of the penalties disqualification from office and because Donald Trump we know will do this again, has such a disdain for democracy and a disdain for public safety, we can’t afford as...
    The best pound-for-pound movie boxers Kaley Cuoco says goodbye to her dog Norman, plus more of Hollywoods most devoted dog lovers 3 Things You Must Do If You Plan to Retire This Year In light of the pandemic and recession, retiring in 2021 may seem more complicated than it did when you picked out your retirement date all those years ago. But retiring comfortably this year is still possible, assuming you've crafted a sound financial plan that can see you through a few decades. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Things You Must Do If You Plan to Retire This Year You can never be too careful in retirement planning, though, so before you tender your resignation, do the following three things to make sure you're financially ready. © Getty Images Older businesswoman on phone and looking at papers 1. Go over your retirement plan one more time Look over your retirement plan and verify that you've saved enough. Your retirement goals may have changed throughout your working years, your investments might not have performed as well as...
    Throughout 2020, we all grew weary of hearing the word "unprecedented." Many of us hoped that "unprecedented" would fall out of use once the calendar turned to a new year, and "normal" would be the word for 2021. That fantasy was shattered this week. The events that unfolded in the Capitol on Wednesday were unprecedented, as well as despicable and wrong. I have been an outspoken supporter of President Trump since the early days of his first presidential campaign. CAPITOL RIOTS: RELIGIOUS LEADERS CONDEMN VIOLENCE, URGE PEACE EVEN IN POLITICAL DISAGREEMENT As a pastor, my motivation has always been biblical. His policies line up best with the principles I find in Scripture. These include, for example, support for the sanctity of human life and defense of religious liberty. My fidelity to the teachings of the Bible led to my continued support for the Trump administration’s policy agenda, and in the process, I have also developed a personal friendship with the president over the last five years that I value. It was also my unwavering commitment to the teachings of Scripture...
    Now that the election is over and it is safe for the media to cover the Hunter Biden scandal they ignored when The Post broke the story in October, things in Washington are getting back to normal. FBI and Justice Department officials are once again leaking like sieves to their favorite reporters. The New York Times knew before the election that Joe Biden was the “big guy” in line for a secret 10 percent stake in a deal with a Chinese energy conglomerate, but the paper withheld the information from readers. Yet now that Hunter Biden admits he’s under a criminal tax probe, the Gray Lady begins to stir. In a Friday piece about the perils of the probe for Hunter’s father, the Times writes that “the inquiry originally focused on possible money laundering but did not gather enough evidence for a prosecution, according to people close to the case.” TIM GRAHAM: HUNTER BIDEN SCANDAL SPOTLIGHTS MYRIAD WAYS MEDIA ELITES SHUT DOWN JOURNALISM THEY DON'T LIKE Yada yada yada, the real question is, what else did the Times know and when did it know it? And why did...
    We must conquer our fear of COVID-19 in order to help us defeat it. As I describe in my new book “COVID, the Politics of Fear and the Power of Science,” fear is far more all-consuming than the rational strategies we use to combat it.    In my book, I discuss a journalist friend with Type A blood who has called me at intervals throughout the coronavirus pandemic. She is petrified each time the news media report on a study that indicates her chances of getting COVID-19 and becoming severely ill may be far greater than for someone with Type O blood. STUDY SUGGESTS CORONAVIRUS IMMUNITY DROPS AFTER 3 MONTHS Susceptibility is based on interactions between the virus and the infected person that are still being studied. In the meantime, knowing that she has Type A blood, my friend’s perception of her personal risk is far greater than her actual risk — because of her fear.  Fear confounds, dilates, and complicates our reaction to COVID-19, and it interferes with our perception of the science as well.More from Opinion Victor Davis Hanson:...
    Another bomb-out for the Bombers in October. The Rays cooked the Yankees in the ALDS like Times Square roasted nuts, and now New York is faced with another key offseason to make sure its window for winning a World Series stays open. Pandemic or not, the playoffs are the great equalizer and another exit from them leaves the Yankees with more questions than answers again as they head into what’s sure to be a busy offseason. MORE: MLB playoff bracket: Updated TV schedule, scores Re-sign DJ LeMahieu Over two seasons — really, a season and a third — LeMahieu has proven that his successes in Colorado had nothing to do with the park, the humidor, the beautiful scenery or anything else. He’s just a damn good baseball player. While the Yankees’ strikeout rate was lower in 2020 than it had been in recent years (21.7 percent makes for seventh-best in MLB), their lineup centers around a lot of guys who aren’t afraid to whiff. That’s not necessarily a bad thing when you hit home runs at the rate they do, but contact baseball might soon be making...
    Rioting. Vandalism. Bullying opponents into silence. Calls to defund the police, abolish the Electoral College and remake America as a socialist country. It’s hard to believe what we’re now seeing. For months, the forces of Marxism, socialism and anarchy have terrorized our streets and threatened the values that make America the greatest nation in the world. They have shown no signs of stopping, and many left-leaning politicians, members of the media and celebrities either tacitly accept their behavior or openly cheer it on. Today, America has a choice of two paths. We can embrace the foundational principles that created this nation of limited government and individual liberty. Or we can veer down the path of those who trash those principles, who teach our children that America was illegitimate from the start, and who want to make the vast majority of Americans subservient to an all-powerful government. JESSICA CURTIS: IF DEMOCRATS CAN RUIN NEW YORK, THEY CAN RUIN ANYWHERE The time has come to fight for America and against the poisonous ideology of the radical left. But this is not the typical fight between...
    Our country is under attack from radical leftists. Mobs rampage through our streets, monuments are being destroyed, and the very law and order that ensures our communities’ peace and security is being undermined. In far too many instances, those bent on destruction have hijacked protests, creating violence and division and ultimately attacking the very foundation of our nation. For them, it’s not about resolving race issues; it’s about using racial discontent to forward their anarchist agenda. One such group is Antifa. While it is widely recognized as a far-left fringe group, another organization — just as radical — has managed to drape itself in more mainstream clothes, gaining significant support with the public, politicians and the business community. While Americans of every color agree with the sentiment that black lives matter, Black Lives Matter (BLM) the organization actually advocates an agenda that is completely out of step with American values. JOHNNY 'JOEY' JONES: DON'T BAN NATIONAL ANTHEM – SONG INSPIRES US TO FIGHT ADVERSITY, OPPRESSION One look at the BLM organization’s website shows that the idea of protecting black lives and seeking...
    During the first few months of 2020, Chinese authorities reportedly shut down at least 48 churches and removed more than 250 crosses. Normally, the government targets unregistered house churches, considering that under Chinese law, all religious organizations and venues must be registered. What made this most recent crackdown unusual is that the churches were part of the state-affiliated Three-Self Patriotic Movement. These are venues nominally approved by the government, but even they are not immune to the Communist Party’s war on faith. In any other country, such a massive crackdown on religious freedom would be an international outrage. Unfortunately, as documented in the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom’s (USCIRF) 2020 Annual Report, it has become the norm for Chinese Christians. LIZ PEEK: LEFT SILENCES SILENT MAJORITY – BUT WATCH FOR THIS IN NOVEMBER During the past few years, authorities have raided or closed down hundreds of house churches, confiscated Bibles, removed crosses from churches, and replaced images of Jesus Christ with pictures of President Xi Jinping. Despite a provisional agreement with the Vatican, the Chinese government continues to harass and detain members of the underground Catholic church. Chinese authorities have exploited the agreement and told Catholics that it requires them to join the...
    It takes a serious situation to bring real change. Right now, the situation is that we are facing a monumental shift in the way people learn. I should know. As a professor, I ran a global online, on-ground engineering program, using digital tools that can only be described as utilitarian. A decade later, these tools have not changed much. As an entrepreneur, I built and trained software and hardware teams globally, using expensive, in-person meetings and commercial, enterprise engagement tools. NEWT GINGRICH: TESTING WON'T HELP FIGHT CORONAVIRUS UNLESS WE DO THIS My professional experiences straddle the academy and the private sector – and my career has traversed the digital transformation of work – giving me my perspective. This pandemic exposed not just what we can’t do, but what we can do – remotely. It’s provided side-by-side comparisons of how we consume entertainment, carry out business – and learn (or don’t) – remotely. After this global experiment in remote living, learning will never again be confined to “education,” delivered in exclusive, expensive on-ground settings. America must ask itself: will our online learning measure up...
    Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer told “Outnumbered Overtime” that he would like to see more “healing words” from President Trump “to help the nation come together,” as protests over the death of George Floyd continue across the country. Fleischer, a Fox News contributor, made the comments on Thursday after host Harris Faulkner noted that “millions of protesters are still coming together in the streets” and “you still have division in this country.” She went on to point out that the country still hasn't “heard a national address from this president on these issues.” Faulkner then asked Fleischer how he thinks the president is “doing in terms of just this listening campaign right now?” “I think he’s doing moderately on the listening campaign,” Fleischer said in response. “I think the president is a tough guy. He is for law and order.” VideoHe went on to say that “at a time like this, you need both law and order, but you also need the soothing, healing words of the president to help the nation come together.” BARR TELLS FNC 'FOCUSED' ANTIFA PROBES UNDERWAY, SLAMS EFFORTS TO DEFUND POLICE “I would like to see more of that,”...
    Since the revolution in policing that began in the early 1990s, we have had a generation of peace and prosperity. Without the rule of law — i.e., without order, without the presumption that the laws will be enforced — that kind of societal flourishing is not possible. We are seeing now what happens when the rule of law breaks down. It is frightening, but it is hardly unprecedented, even in modern history. BISHOP T.D. JAKES: RACE AND POLICING – CHURCH LEADERS MUST DRIVE NATIONAL CONVERSATION, ACTION PLAN Bryan Burrough’s spellbinding history "Days of Rage: America’s Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence," which I reviewed for National Review about five years ago, reminds us that in 1972 alone, there were 1,900 bombings in the United States, carried out, for the most part, by domestic terrorist groups and enraged individual American citizens. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR OPINION NEWSLETTER Regrettably, the radical “small-c communists” were not ultimately regarded as the sociopaths that they were. They eroded public support for our war effort in Vietnam, wrote the history in which they...
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