Friday November 22, 2019

The internet has turned out to be a Trojan horse in many ways. Extremism is set loose online and enthroned on the seat of wisdom

9th September, 2018

The New York Times’s decision to publish a high-level US administration member’s account of the way in which Donald Trump’s White House works — and doesn’t work — is important for two reasons.

Readers of this column well know that I have, from long before his nomination and his election, warned against Donald Trump. I carefully watched his pre-nomination debates, his election rallies, and debates. From the...

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