The American: For Italy & the World
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Christopher P. Winner
Christopher P. Winner is editor and publisher of The American. His column appears weekly.
Donald Trump is very much a literalist, so it's up to him to wag the dog without worrying about getting bitten.
The U.S. "repaired" racism to pick up Cold War points, but such motivation, badly needed regarding guns, is long gone.
In Prague at the turn of the century, watching (and overhearing) left a journalist with ample room to scribble.
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