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Elad Vaida is a writer in Washington, D.C., whose work has appeared in the National Interest, American Greatness, the Daily Signal, the Federalist, the Washington Examiner, and the New Lyceum. He is a graduate of Harvard University’s program in Middle Eastern Studies.
Everyone had that one annoying childhood friend who would spoil every game. When it was his turn to be “it,” for example, he’d gripe about it, make excuses, and complain that the rules were unfair. Of course, he was always…