Monthly Archives: January 2021

How Fear Took Over the American Suburbs

Sarah Holder of Bloomberg CityLab – The new book “Neighborhood of Fear” shows the rise of suburban vigilantes and NIMBYs in the late part of the 20th century. Author Kyle Riismandel explains how those groups still wield power today. “Neighborhood of Fear” … Continue reading

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A simple twist of fate: Kamala Harris may preside over Trump trial

Chidanand Rajghatta of the Times of India – At a time he was riding high politically in 2020, US President Donald Trump, unchallenged in the Republican Party and sole candidate for a second White House term, taunted Kamala Harris for dropping out of the Democratic nomination race, with … Continue reading

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Huge Blow in Trump’s Bid to Stop Massive Golf Course Losses

Dan Cancian in Newsweek – From his presidential campaign to his four years at the White House, golf has been a prominent feature of Donald Trump‘s solitary presidential term. According to the Trump Golf Count website, the president has played golf … Continue reading

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Presidential historian: Trump is ‘irrational’ and ‘desperately trying to hold on to power’

Presidential historian Michael Beschloss tells Andrea Mitchell that right now “we’ve got an irrational president who’s desperately trying to hold on to power. He’s facing enormous legal and financial problems if he leaves the presidency. Even if it’s irrational, he’s … Continue reading

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What is the most “clicked-on” Radnor Report ever?

More than 40,000 people have clicked on the link to “The Joe Biden I Know” – published in September 2015 and written by Ken Feltman. That is not quite twice as many clicks or views as any other Radnor Report. … Continue reading

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