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Putin Derangement Syndrome Arrives

Matt Tabbi
Hopefully, some calm and reason returns to the USA, soon. Probably not, but it's not vain to hope for it. In the end, though, it's probably better to prepare for worse things to come. Things will get worse before they get better, sometimes.


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Sounds like good advice, returning payroll back to local hands.

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