by Kenn Orphan edited by O Society May 12, 2019 “To be hopeful in bad times is not just foolishly romantic. It is based on the fact that human history is a history not only of cruelty, but also of compassion, sacrifice, courage, kindness. What we choose to emphasize in this complex history will determine our … Continue reading To Be Hopeful In Bad Times
Americans have hidden behind the mask of their country's good intentions for so long, their faces have grown into this mask. written by: Tim Duff Tonka Bay, Minnesota edited by O Society Mar 12, 2019 "If this nation is to be wise as well as strong, if we are to achieve our destiny, then we … Continue reading The Ugly American
by Eric Boehlert Daily Kos March 5, 2019 edited by O Society If over the weekend you saw a rambling shambling mound of a madman give a frighteningly incoherent, moderately sweaty two-hour shoutfestival at a neo-fascist sensory experience, then you viewed a so-called "president" reality TV celebrity come unglued on national television in a way never seen before in … Continue reading The Fearless Leader is not stable — why is this not a huge news story?
It may seem oxymoronic, but Donald Trump is living proof a lunatic can think big. by Finian Cunningham Strategic Culture Feb 20, 2019 Not content with “only” threatening regime change in Venezuela, the American "leader" is expanding his mission to rid the Western hemisphere of socialism, with Cuba and Nicaragua next in line for US … Continue reading Trump’s Demagoguery Goes Off the Rails
by By Stephanie Claytor Bay News 9 Florida Feb 14, 2019 LAKELAND, Fla. — An 11-year-old Polk County student refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance, and after explaining his reasons, he was kicked out of class and arrested for being disruptive and disobeying commands to calm down and leave the classroom. Incident hapened … Continue reading 11-Year-Old Florida Boy Arrested for Refusing to Recite Pledge of Allegiance
David Neiwert reported on the US far right for decades and watched as the conservative movement steadily adopted its outlook and ideas Jason Wilson interviews Doug Neiwert Guardian Jan 27, 2019 David Neiwert has lived in his Seattle neighbourhood for decades. But it, like the US, has changed beyond recognition around him. Once upon … Continue reading We dug ourselves a really deep hole – on the rise of far right extremists
Remember when the War on Terror ended and the War on Populism began? That’s OK, no one else does either. by CJ Hopkins Consent Factory Jan 10, 2019 It happened in the Summer of 2016, also known as “the Summer of Fear.” The War on Terror was going splendidly. There had been a series of … Continue reading The War on Populism