The Radice Files — Episode 156: “Dirty Laundry”

Frank Radice
5 min readSep 12, 2021

How can you possibly believe there is a middle ground between the right and the left when the definitions are so confusing. I was taught to tell the truth as a journalist, not display a bias. But that was then, this is now. The rules are not the same anymore. Everyone is out there airing someone else’s dirty laundry. Robert Reich has a point in today’s “and finally …”

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