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I had an oddly strong interest in politics at a young age. As an eight-year-old, I would argue with my sister on Sunday morning before church because I wanted to watch Face the Nation, inhibiting her ability to see reruns of I Love Lucy.
Donald Trump is slowly and painfully killing the GOP
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Trump's legal woes: Vindictive prosecution or genius political move?
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Biden is killing America's love affair with cars
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Church of England considers abandoning Christianity
The Church of England convened a synod this past week, a gathering of bishops, clergy and laypeople for the purpose of reviewing and possibly changing church doctrine.
The Catholic Church's confusing LGBTQ approach
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