The Summer's Solstice Signals The Beginning of Dark Dreams

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Digger deeper means looking around the edges, going within, and focusing on the obvious denials and lies that inform politics, searching out why and its meanings for all. . . . → Read More: The Summer’s Solstice Signals The Beginning of Dark Dreams

A Requiem for America

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In the moment that death comes, life explodes. We are often too stunned by our grief to take notice, to frozen in hurt and in our own mortality to feel its natural mystic, . . . → Read More: A Requiem for America

Hope Is Working Out

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Some mornings I think how different my routines are from many in America, wondering about the forces of waking up that set their day and influence their lives. I am especially wondering about . . . → Read More: Hope Is Working Out

Trump's Actions Are A Psyche Disorder

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From every town and hamlet, let ring the question of the hour: What about two personalities? Can a candidate be elected with an alter ego that has its own names, mission, . . . → Read More: Trump’s Actions Are A Psyche Disorder

Slip Sliding Away

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It is one thing to be out of touch; it is another thing entirely to be losing your grip. When the touchstones of reality no longer guide your path, when the social . . . → Read More: Ted Cruz: Slip Sliding Away

Resetting Racism

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The historic test for racism, beside motive and purpose, are the presence of three elements: a code word, a myth, and the denial of racist intent. These elements are fitted to the times. They at . . . → Read More: Resetting Racism

A State of the Art Revolution

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I remember the raw exuberance of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, the days when mass protests generated thousands of followers who met in the streets to march and . . . → Read More: The State of the Art of Revolution

Democrats and Strategy: On Race In the Race

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Consider for a moment the only mea culpa done in American politics without a jury sentence or a judge’s finding was done by a governor of Alabama, George Wallace, . . . → Read More: Democrats and Strategy: On Race In the Race

Trump's Winning Formula

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A favorite explanation of readers and commenters involves education–as a means of accounting for the inert evil and stupidity on race or politics. Voters are uninformed, or misled. True, . . . → Read More: The Racism In Trump’s Winning Formula

Flint: A Case Study of Strategy and Analysis in Politics

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Strategy and analysis in politics is a lost art. And it may lose us Flint. Both strategy and analysis have been replaced by templates of failure. Those failures . . . → Read More: Flint: A Study of Strategy and Analysis in Politics