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The January 6 Capitol riot brought the QAnon conspiracy into public view, including the toll on families when a member adopts the worldview. Looking historically at social science research on cults suggests that while aggressive ridicule might be tempting, it's counterproductive.
by Brian Glyn Williams
Trump's cult-leader response to COVID-19 is causing the equivalent of a Jonestown every day.
by Michael A. Genovese
Come home Republicans. We need you.
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