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Tu Quoque

Letters to the Editor On Friday afternoon, the INDY published an open letter signed by 2,943 Duke alumni—as of this writing, that number exceeds 3,200—to fellow alum Stephen Miller,

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Off Season

Peripheral Visions

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Glaring Omissions

Letters to the Editor Jana Antos writes that she loved last week's cover story, "27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now," but says we missed something: "The incredible

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Jeff Sessions Brings to the Department of Justice a New Era of Law and Order, With a Side of White Supremacy

Democracy in Crisis “Mr. Sessions has used the awesome power of his office to chill the free exercise of the vote by black citizens.”

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Full of it

Peripheral Visions

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Heroes and Snowflakes

Letters to the Editor Commenter Mike Moore had some harsh words about our story last week on the refugees who had come to America ahead of President Trump's ban

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How the Religious Right Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Libertine Adulterer Donald Trump

Democracy in Crisis Turns out, all that public moralizing was nothing but Machiavellian hypocrisy

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Scary Movie

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Plate Expectations

Letters to the Editor On Friday, the INDY published a blog from restaurant critic Emma Laperruque, in which Laperruque recounts being denied service at Crawford and Son, star Raleigh

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Trump’s War on Facts Is an Essential Feature of Tyranny

Democracy in Crisis His appointees are remaking federal agencies and using the language of war

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