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ANDREW MCCARTHY: The Problem Is Not the Presidential Candidates. We should always be on guard aga…

ANDREW MCCARTHY: The Problem Is Not the Presidential Candidates. We should always be on guard against presentism, but in this instance I do not hesitate to say that the upcoming presidential election is the most alarming in American history. I can make that statement with confidence because I do not believe the most disturbing aspect […]
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