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With so much great content that may have preceded your arrival, we’ve decided to start dedicating our Sunday post to a digest of past noteworthy or essential posts. Here’s this week’s batch:

I was thinking of Rush Limbaugh’s passing and wondering, why do we wait until people are dead to celebrate them?

The integration of big government and big tech has never been clearer, and The Bubbler saw this back in 2018.

Predictably, I heard a lot of jabs at our country’s media problem, but once again, no solutions offered (except here).

Even now, conservatives are more likely to befriend liberals than vice versa. Here’s why…

In Trump’s speech today, he mentioned Biden selling out to the teacher’s union. But like most conservatives, he missed the real solution: Break the union!

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