Diversity is for white people

The big lie behind a well-intended word “Diversity” sounds polite and hopeful. It’s how we talk when we can’t talk about race, or when whites get nervous. by Ellen Berrey Salon   Our country is convulsing over the issues of diversity and race. As an academic, I have spent more than a decade investigating this enigmatic … Continue reading Diversity is for white people

The “Grievance Studies” Hoax Exposes Pseudo-Intellectual Chicanery

by Eric London  World Socialist Web Site Helen Pluckrose, James A. Lindsay and Peter Boghossian published an article titled “Academic Grievance Studies and the Corruption of Scholarship,” incorporating the results of a year-long effort to publish hoax articles, deliberately comprised of bunk facts and irrational and reactionary conclusions, in academic journals associated with gender, racial, and … Continue reading The “Grievance Studies” Hoax Exposes Pseudo-Intellectual Chicanery

The Rise of Trump is White America Dying

Half of the post-millennial generation is non-white Donald Trump Is Winning Because White America Is Dying Trump’s rise is partly due to deeply rooted — and potentially fatal — feelings of fear and anger. What’s killing white, middle-aged, poorly educated American men? Data suggest it’s a sense of hopelessness fueling Donald Trump’s popularity. Noam Chomsky, the … Continue reading The Rise of Trump is White America Dying

Xenophobia in American Politics: The Know Nothing Party of the 1850s and the Trump-Pence Neo-Fascist Republican Agenda

By Gary G. Kohls Global Research   Glossary Xenophobia = an intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries Nativism = the policy of protecting the interests of native-born or established inhabitants against those of immigrants  Summaries of the First 4 Points of Lawrence Britt’s 14 Characteristics of Fascism That Apply to … Continue reading Xenophobia in American Politics: The Know Nothing Party of the 1850s and the Trump-Pence Neo-Fascist Republican Agenda

2020 Vision: If Nobody’d Run, They’d Have Won!

If “Did Not Vote” Had Been A Candidate In The 2016 US Presidential Election, It Would Have Won By a Landslide by O Society Nov 10, 2018 Today someone asked: "Now the 2018 Midterm Elections are over. What do the results tell us about who is going to win in the 2020 presidential race? Should … Continue reading 2020 Vision: If Nobody’d Run, They’d Have Won!

Cheap Talk on Race and Xenophobia Keeps Americans from Confronting Economic and Political Peril

​Adolph Reed, who researches race and politics, warns “identitarian” politics can conceal the structural inequities of capitalism By Lynn Parramore Institute New Economic Thinking Nov 2, 2018 Lynn Parramore: As the elections approach, media pundits seem focused on the idea that the country is facing a racist and xenophobic breakdown promoted by Trump and the GOP. The … Continue reading Cheap Talk on Race and Xenophobia Keeps Americans from Confronting Economic and Political Peril

How Do We Explain Trump the Caravan Fearmonger?

Fear and dehumanization are the defining rhetoric of the Trump administration. Why? It works. by Brian Resnick Vox In the final days leading up to the midterm elections, President Donald Trump’s message to the American people is resoundingly clear: Fear foreigners, particularly those to the south of us. The people to fear, according to Trump and like-minded … Continue reading How Do We Explain Trump the Caravan Fearmonger?