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The Post-Constitutional Election, Part 23 is here.

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The following is not a joke -- at least not in the sense of being meant as something other than deadly serious.  

It is "news analysis" by Julia Preston of the New York Times (via VDare.com).

Headline: "For Trump, an America That Is Not a Nation of Nations." 

The story concerns Trump's...

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"The Post-Costitutional Election: Part 22" is here.

Watching the GOP convention boo Ted Cruz off the stage last night for failing to endorse Donald Trump was transfixing spectacle for all of the reasons that hundreds of delegates gave voice to. These begin with Cruz's solemn pledge on that same stage last summer to support the eventual GOP nominee, and end in the ghastly specter of a Hillary Clinton administration, whose first 100 days, she has vowed, would include amnesty for twenty, thirty million illegal aliens -- just the beginning of Endgame, USA.

Richard Viguerie says it all in a piece excoriating Cruz under the headline "Ted Cruz Committed Suicide on National Television." 

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When Babu Omowale of the People's New Black Panther Party told Aaron Klein Investigative Radio that his goal was a separate "Black Nation" comprised of five southern states -- Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina -- whether he knew it or not, he was echoing old Moscow policy. Such policy was set forth, for example, by the Comintern in 1930 and trumpeted by the Communist Party USA, as seen in the 1932 campaign...

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The renowned journalist Sydney Schanberg has died. He was 82. 

The New York Times reports:

Sydney H. Schanberg, a correspondent for The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize for covering Cambodia’s fall to the Khmer Rouge in 1975 and inspired the film “The Killing Fields” with the story of his Cambodian colleague’s survival during the genocide of millions, died on Saturday in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. He was 82.

His death was confirmed by Charles Kaiser, a friend and former Times reporter, who said Mr. Schanberg had a heart attack on Tuesday.

A restive, intense, Harvard-educated newspaperman with bulldog tenacity, Mr. Schanberg was a nearly ideal foreign correspondent:...

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