Category Archives: White House

The Distinct Political Paths of Barack Obama and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

 Benjamin Wallace-Wells of The New Yorker – There isn’t an obvious place for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the current Democratic effort, which is trying to persuade voters that an expansive agenda is common sense. Continue…

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Has Donald Trump finally split the Republican party?

Martin Pengelly of The Guardian – After four years of norm-shattering rule, Donald Trump appears close to doing the one thing observers have long predicted but that has not yet come to pass: splitting the Republican party. With Trump staring … Continue reading

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Joe Biden’s Faith in America

 Benjamin Wallace-Wells in The New Yorker – Joe Biden emphasized the country’s character in his first speech as President-elect. Continue…

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Trump turns on everyone

Jonathan Swan of Axios – President Trump, in his final days, is turning bitterly on virtually every person around him, griping about anyone who refuses to indulge conspiracy theories or hopeless bids to overturn the election, several top officials tell … Continue reading

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Here is the Radnor Report that received the most “clicks” in 2020:

The Leadership Gap was published October 1, 2009 – Another way to lose control is to ignore something when you should address it.– Jim Evans, baseball umpire Evans’ statement is worded so plainly that it seems obvious and inadequate at … Continue reading

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