Max Dugan
MRCTV Blogger

Max Dugan lives blissfully with his wife in the middle of nowhere in the Shenandoah Valley. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in History as a senior at Christendom College. He is a convert to Catholicism from independent study of the liberal arts, including History, Theology, Philosophy, Politics, and Literature. At the Media Research Center, he hopes to be able to pursue the Truth as well as share it with all who will listen.

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Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs is discouraging travel to the US, because of anticipated violence.

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After relative silence regarding the 2020 election, Hillary Clinton has again weighed into the election conversation.

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"I have not any idea exactly of the youngest adult employee that I hired for Jeffrey."

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After censoring a New York Post story claiming to expose Hunter and Joe Biden in scandal, Twitter and Facebook have received much opposition, with Senator Josh Hawley among others calling for the FEC to investigate Facebook and Twitter for violating campaign finance law.

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In case you did not think Virginian public policy could get anymore unhinged, the Loudoun County school system is in the process of proving you wrong once again in a move to "out-woke" their neighbors in Fairfax County.

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"That’s not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do a debate, that is ridiculous.”

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After recovering from the Coronavirus, Trump took to Facebook and Twitter again only to have one of his tweets regarding the virus deleted off of Facebook and hidden by Twitter.

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After being asked at an NBC town hall about what he would do as President if Roe vs. Wade was overturned, Joe Biden responded by stating that he would not only disagree with the Supreme Court's decision, but would actively legislate against it.

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Prof. Nathan Jun has been disappointed by the calls to violence against himself, stating that, "threats, vandalism, and hate speech are crimes that will be prosecuted. 

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The author of The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret E. Atwood has decided to weigh into the outrage surrounding the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett, by reinforcing claims among the Left that her work has been "prescient" in predicting the rise of a "Christian theocracy", Gilead, in which women are made virtual sex slaves under a totalitarian regime.