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Thursday, October 13, 2016


Matthew Chan

From what I can see, he believe HE is the victim of "cyber-bullying."

On October 10, 2016, he writes that "Writers and journalists typically use their powers for evil and to hurt good people." I have not heard this sweeping statement from anyone even from people who have a cynical view of mainstream media.

I guess that is what Mr. Levy's and Eugene Volokh's (and their "ilk's") primary purpose in life must be based on Richart Ruddie's comment.

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