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.
When Satan, communism and sex enter the American picture, the mitigation covered by the word "alleged" beats a hasty retreat.
Rome's water pressure is traditionally low, marred by calcium. America's gush is another story.
Resentment toward a Hollywood producer and his sexual abuses slithers quietly into the White House.
When you're taught to never miss a beat, extenuating circumstances don't cover the void.
Whether it's assassinating insects in a yard or chronicling a typhoon, potency begs an audience.