I’ve just started Samuel Stein’s Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State. He defines the term in the Introduction: “a political formation in which real estate capital has an inordinate influence over the shape of our cities, the parameters … Continue reading
is exemplified by his continuing attacks on Gov. Whitmer.
I evoke Jean-Michel Basquiat’s eclectic influences and his intrasigent context for Air Mail, previewing the new show at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation.”
You know, in today’s climate, it doesn’t take much of anything at all to bamboozle people. Injustice Scalia was a shrieking hysteric who formulated crackpot, nonsensical doctrines that he himself regularly violated when they couldn’t be used to support his … Continue reading
No, Judge Barrett, President Trump does not have the right to delay the election. Full Stop. QED.
when she’s not being spoon fed smarm from the likes of Ben Sasse, is rage and frustration that she and her sponsors are being unmasked.
She will be instrumental in ushering in he de-regulated oligarchic hellscape Koch has been dreaming of for decades. And he’s spending like crazy to make sure it happens. In the New York Times, Koch specialist Christopher Leonard makes sure we’ll … Continue reading
As Lawrence Tribe tweets, Sen Sasse’s “‘Civics 101’ lecture was an insult even to the 8th graders at whom he overtly directed it. Piling tired cliches on dumb oversimplifications, he tried to sound like he was getting to the essence … Continue reading
And if Trump started building gas chambers, his cult would cheer. Reblogging a post of mine (one of my favorite things to do) from four years ago. “Hitler is made by us,” Martha Graham said in 1942. “He is all … Continue reading
What else can he nab them for?