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The toxic propaganda outlet’s “news” personality Pete Hegseth got mowed down by Texas State Representative Talarico the other night, because Talarico came in armed for bear and didn’t cede a millimeter of ground. And all the while he smiled engagingly, … Continue reading
Is he banned or is he wink-and-a-nod banned?
According to the new “I Alone Can Fix It” Ingraham was there nuzzling Trump in the war room. Practicing her Nazi salute, too, perhaps? Fox “News” hosts betray truth, journalism and the U S of A on a daily basis. … Continue reading
Does that mean he never listens to classical, or is he too fearful of being labelled “elitist” if he so much as dares to allude to a work from the classical canon?
I mean, next they’ll be slipping those Soma pills from Brave New World into the school’s water fountains. Timothy Snyder in The New York Times Magazine anatomized the totalitarian disinformation campaign GOP states are waging against their children–another of their … Continue reading
Ashli Babbitt is dead because of Trump. On January 6 she participated in an act of domestic terrorism incited by Trump and his co-conspirators. Therefore Trump, in his obscenely immoral and dangerous way, is now expanding his war on reality … Continue reading
He’s just launched a scurrilous attack on New York City and the seven million Americans who make it one of the world’s greatest cities. Vance is another Frankenstein created by corporate publishing.
Treasonous Senator Mo Brooks was back at it today, ratcheting up and doubling down at the CPAC Fascist congress on his January 6 insurrection incitement.
but only for the wealthy. Thank you, Chris Hayes, for covering the latest blast of fraudulent, vicious stupidity from Sen. Blackburn. Blackburn, a member of that same Republican establishment that wants to ban free thinking in schools, hypocritically projects her … Continue reading
Simon Lazarus and Robert Litian write in The New Republic that “the conservative justices’ incessant drive to radically enhance the court’s power—power in opposition to Congresses past, present, and future; as well as against the federal executive branch and state … Continue reading