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How Do We Cope With Trump?

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How Do We Cope With Trump?
 
The antidote to our toxic political and cultural climate: Look to figures who found themselves in similar circumstances yet kept their heads.
 
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Donald Trump Is the Most Pure Conservative President Ever
 
Trump exists not because conservatism lost, but because it won.
 
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The American Gun Glut Is a Problem for the Entire World
 
Illegal trafficking, military aid, and small arms exports make U.S. guns available to buyers around the world — including terrorists and drug cartels.
 
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Robert Mueller Puts the Squeeze on Paul Manafort and Rick Gates Yet Again
 
A new indictment accuses them of carrying out an elaborate scheme to defraud both private financial institutions and the United States.
 
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Trump’s Minor Gun Actions Are Probably All Congress Will Allow
 
The White House is rolling out tweaks to existing laws, but Republicans in Congress appear resistant to even the mildest gun-control measures.
 
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The Anti-Trump Movement Has Already Made Profound Progressive Change
 
Progressives have revolutionized criminal justice in Philadelphia, and are on the cusp of passing a long list of vital reforms in Washington state.
 
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The Death of a Skyscraper
 
What does it mean for New York if a Wall Street bank knocks down a historic building to harvest some tax incentives?
 
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Trump Predicts ‘Crooked’ Media Will Endorse His Reelection
 
It actually makes sense, if you think about it.
 
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U.S. Embassy Move to Jerusalem Is Happening Almost Immediately
 
When a real embassy facility is built in Jerusalem, it could be paid for in part by donations from conservative donors — including Sheldon Adelson.
 
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Nearly 500 Days After the Election, CPAC Crowd Chants ‘Lock Her Up’
 
At CPAC, Hillary Clinton is still on everyone’s mind.
 
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