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Here’s what’s really wrong with the Supreme Court: It’s too damn powerful. It’s time to go to war with the Supreme Court — here’s how. Court-packing is necessary to save democracy. There’s a silver lining to Brett Kavanaugh joining the Supreme Court. Naomi Klein on Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh, and the rule of pampered princelings. After selling off his father’s properties, Trump embraced unorthodox strategies to expand his empire. “This guy doesn’t know anything”: Michael Lewis on the inside story of Trump’s shambolic transition team. Anne Helen Petersen on why no scandal has stuck to Trump.

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