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  • The death penalty is becoming more popular again in America
    Fentanyl furniture THE first of the four drugs was administered on August 14th at 10.24am at the state penitentiary in Lincoln. Fifteen minutes later a curtain was lowered, and by 10.47 Carey Dean Moore, aged 60, who had been incarcerated for 38 years for murdering two taxi drivers, was pronounced dead. It was the first […]
  • The number of money scandals in Trumpland is overwhelming
    AS A candidate, Donald Trump promised to “drain the swamp” and make government work for ordinary Americans. As a president, he presides over a staggeringly fetid administration. His former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, even wears clothes made from swamp creatures. Among the luxury goods on display during his trial on 32 counts of financial fraud […]
  • Moderate Democrats like Joe Donnelly are a throwback
    JOE DONNELLY is almost indistinguishable from the voters he is mingling with in Doug Burnworth’s barn. A burly figure, in denim jeans and a yellow shirt bearing the legend “Indiana Pork”, the Democratic senator from Indiana looks like a prosperous farmer. He also knows his onions—or rather, his corn and soyabeans, the main crops in […]
  • Another insider account of Trumpland
    Eight Cokes and a frown ONE by-product of the Trump administration’s extraordinarily high turnover is likely to be a large number of tell-all books from former staffers. The 45th president has only been in office for a year and a half and yet there are already three such books—by Sean Spicer, James Comey and, now, […]
  • West Virginia’s statehouse impeaches the state’s entire Supreme Court
    Sofa, not so good NEVER underestimate a successful man’s propensity to waste money on hideous personal items. Justin Bieber, a Canadian troubadour, reportedly spent $15,000 on jewelled tooth covers. Allen Loughry, West Virginia’s chief justice, spent $32,000—slightly less than the average income per person in his state—on a blue sectional sofa (pictured) that looks like […]

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