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New Press Corps at White House

by Rick Perlstein | Apr 3, 2017 | Politics

…Mr. Spicer, what’s next: Breitbart News? Rick Perlstein is the Washington Spectator’s National Correspondent. [*] Correction: An earlier version of this story erroneously said “Spicer has never served in the military.” In fact, Spicer claims 17 years…

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Reporter’s Notebook

by Rick Perlstein | Feb 2, 2017 | Politics, Rickipedia

…And by 2018, I think we might make the Tea Party look like a tea party.   Peripatetic historian Rick Perlstein is The Washington Spectator’s national correspondent….

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Trump’s Minister of Propaganda and His ‘Occupy’ Film

by Rick Perlstein | Jan 30, 2017 | Election 2016, Politics

…U.S. Treasury at his disposal to tell fairy tales like this about anyone who dares cross him.   Rick Perlstein is The Washington Spectator’s national correspondent….

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Meet the Press

by Rick Perlstein | Dec 6, 2016 | Election 2016, Rickipedia

…0 feet deep in a lead-lined bunker. Future archaeologists are going to need it. It will help them explain how a once-great civilization fell.   Rick Perlstein is The Washington Spectator’s national correspondent. [*] Correction: This article has been…

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Democracy and Indecency

by Rick Perlstein | Nov 29, 2016 | Election 2016, Politics

…may soon be doing that to all of us. The margin has become the center. Paranoia strikes deep.   Rick Perlstein is The Washington Spectator’s national correspondent….

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