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Thomas Cleveland
Political Theorist. Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Political Science at Miami University.
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Thomas Cleveland 3h
Replying to @KateHavard
Coriolanus Julius Caesar Antony and Cleopatra Julian the Apostate
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Thomas Cleveland 4h
Replying to @KateHavard
Julian the Apostate.
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Thomas Cleveland 8h
Replying to @davidharsanyi
Well Bannon got fired.
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Thomas Cleveland 8h
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Thomas Cleveland 8h
(you mean )
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TreasonHat 9h
This suggests to me that Mueller doesn't view Bannon as a target. /1
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Thomas Cleveland 10h
Replying to @pwnallthethings
Sometimes both simultaneously.
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Thomas Cleveland 10h
These are good questions. Everyone involved should be ashamed.
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Thomas Cleveland 11h
Replying to @dfriedman33
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Thomas Cleveland 12h
Replying to @BrendanNyhan
FWIW, Rubio was one of the few Republicans to have a responsible position on Wikileaks during the election. “Rubio warns GOP to stay silent on WikiLeaks hack”
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Thomas Cleveland 20h
Replying to @fordm
Pretty proud of this tweet.
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Elizabeth Bruenig 24h
tl;dr: the reason a lotta people feel like pressuring/pestering people into sex is okay is because they look at social life as a series of contracts
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Thomas Cleveland Jan 15
Couldn't "Mr. president" refer to the President of the Senate, to whom he will be directing his speech? I think the same confusion happened with his last speech.
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Noah Rothman Jan 15
Plenty of eye-rolling and finger-waging from the right before these excerpts were released. But I see nothing overwrought or hyperbolic in them. Comparing Trump’s language and intent to Stalin’s makes Rs uncomfortable. It should. That’s the point.
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Pavlos Papadopoulos Jan 15
Replying to @pleonidasp
When they increased the word limit, I wish they'd done the same for polls. Then option #1 could have been "breathe reverence for the laws to the lisping babe that prattles on my lap"
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Pavlos Papadopoulos Jan 15
How will *you* commemorate the 180th anniversary of Lincoln's Lyceum Address?
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Donald J. Trump 22 Jan 16
": Poor Jeb. I could've sworn I saw him outside Trump Tower the other day! "
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Thomas Cleveland Jan 15
It seems to me that you can run into similar problems with this word as you said you can with bad. It replaces moral reckoning with an ill-defined concept. But maybe that’s the case for a lot of moral language.
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Thomas Cleveland Jan 15
My only point is “complicated” and “problematic” is just a way station to explaining your difficulty. Skip to the difficulty and use clear language about your moral confusion.
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Thomas Cleveland Jan 15
“Cognitive problems”=problems about coming to the correct moral judgment. Getting pleasure out of the product of an evil man feels like it may involve me in that evil.
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