Stop the Steal…of Our Mind

In 1992, political advisor James Carville propelled Bill Clinton into the White House with the simple directive, “It’s the economy, stupid.” How clever Carville was. Those words are still reverberating in the slimy bellows of political rhetoric. It was the perfect setup. Just four little words strung together. But it was the knockout punch at the end that made the expression effective. “Stupid!” No one wants to be stupid, right? In order to avoid such a…

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