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Posted By: Harlowe, 11/12/2019 10:28:36 PM

If you are paying attention to the Washington circus that is the impeachment inquiry into President Trump's handling of the much maligned Ukraine call, this is what real collusion looks like: a media largely committed to advancing the goal of Democrats to severely damage or remove him from office, a series of at first private testimonies by people who appear to have similar motives and connections to Democrats and/or anti-Trump forces, and now a new book by "Anonymous," which claims the president has a bad attitude and is difficult to work with. Where to start? "Anonymous" is a self-admitted coward.

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Thank you for your courage and clarity in exposing this despicable deed for what it is, Mr. Thomas. Bless you.

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Posted by Harlowe 11/12/2019 10:28:36 PM Post Reply
If you are paying attention to the Washington circus that is the impeachment inquiry into President Trump's handling of the much maligned Ukraine call, this is what real collusion looks like: a media largely committed to advancing the goal of Democrats to severely damage or remove him from office, a series of at first private testimonies by people who appear to have similar motives and connections to Democrats and/or anti-Trump forces, and now a new book by "Anonymous," which claims the president has a bad attitude and is difficult to work with. Where to start? "Anonymous" is a self-admitted coward.
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To understand the case, you need to understand the history of social justice warfare and complicit administrative reactions. My lecture for the James Wilson Institute held at the Hillsdale College center in D.C. On November 1, 2019, I gave a lecture for the James Wilson Institute, titled Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin: Identity Politics on Trial. The lecture was held at the Hillsdale College center in D.C. JWI delivered a special treat for attendees, Gibson’s Bakery cookies! (Snip) The video of the lecture is below. I don’t have a transcript.
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