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Rep. Cheney now makes an habitual, almost daily defense of totalitarianism. The Nazis’ first concentration camp was built years before the Final Solution. And AOC is correctly identifying what could be the ultimate culmination of Trump’s anti-immigrant dehumanization. She didn’t … Continue reading
We spend ten times more subsidizing the humanity-extinguishing fossil fuel companies than we do on education. Walter Einenkel at Daily Kos finds that–well, morally repugnant. “Nothing signifies how backwards our country’s priorities are more than what we spend our money … Continue reading
How stupid does he think America is? We know how. “Socialism” is now McConnell’s go-to, all-purpose epithet for any constructive policy he wants to pre-empt or destroy. McConnell is socialism-for-the-rich’s best friend–forever! If any Democrat–Bernie’s an independent, remember–has any sense … Continue reading
We shall see. But certainly the new legislation coming out of Albany is a good start to arresting NYC landlord’s assault on the city, which has been ratcheting ever higher since vacancy decontrol took effect in 1993. But will there … Continue reading
So much so that they suddenly got scared-shitless at what he was saying at George Washington University the other day and suddenly pulled the plug on their live coverage. “President Trump and his fellow oligarchs hate democratic socialism because it … Continue reading
Once again, the “mainstream” “news” media is lapping up the meretricious provocation of US. war criminals. Facts, skepticism–that’s not what a news organization relies on–right?? Time to party like it’s 2002!!
One really doesn’t know anymore: here a gulf, there a gulf, and we’ve been continuously at war for almost a century now.
Flanked by war criminals, clinging ever-more tenuously to power as well as sanity, Trump prepares a Hail Mary attack on Iran in the hopes of once again avoiding accountability for his criminal actions. The criminal actions he’s already taken, I … Continue reading
“I know that my parents, the very people I was supposed to trust, I didn’t quite trust. When I was very young my mother told me a joke, which I well remember thinking was mysteriously not in any way funny … Continue reading