Let's Call Russian Collusion 'Hoax' What It Really Is

Let's Call Russian Collusion 'Hoax' What It Really Is
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During the Japanese bombardment of Shanghai in 1932, the Austrian essayist Karl Kraus was anguishing over the placement of commas in a column. It might seem futile at such a moment, he told a friend, but “if those who are obliged to look after commas had always made sure they were in the right place, then Shanghai would not be burning.”

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