The Hinlicky Rule And The New York Times – Ringing In The New Year

The Hinlicky Rule and the New York Times

March 15, 2017

Allan Stevo

American politics for whatever reason in the era of George W. Bush and Barrack Obama has become especially polarized. In that heated political environment that surrounds American politics it frustrates me to see usually thoughtful people descend into little more than partisan bickering.  What Bush used to do with reckless abandon is now denounced as patently un-American when done by Obama.  What Obama supporters used to scream loudly about when done by Bush is now either ignored or sometimes even praised when done by Obama.  Politics brings out the worst in people as they put the logic of what they are saying aside and put the relationship they have with a politician into a primary position.

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Allan Stevo writes on Slovak culture at He is from Chicago and spends most of his time traveling Europe and writing. You can find more of his writing at If you enjoyed this post, please use the buttons below to like it on Facebook or to share it with your friends by email. You can sign up for emails on Slovak culture from 52 Weeks in Slovakia by clicking here.

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