Monday Morning Quarterbacking

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America once admired courage. Now its highest political leaders and many citizens attack it. Because courage is challenging what America stands for. Does it mean keep your guns, but give up your speech? Does . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Quarterbacking

Braying At The UN

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A blind mule with a heroin habit couldn’t have been more tone deaf or self-absorbed than Donald Trump in his first UN speech. Coursing in his veins was that magic portion of . . . → Read More: Braying At The UN

A Storm Of Disrepect

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(Some of you know I live near Charleston, SC and the area felt the effects of Irma’s outer bands of winds and rain. Power was out for several hours. No major damage . . . → Read More: A Storm Of Disrepect

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words.

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And so is a cartoon. Here are several of the week’s best.

 

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Tweeter Is The New Nuclear Code

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Discussions of racism/white identity politics/white supremacy confuse white identity with white supremacy! These discussions also completely ignore the space in-between: the shifting continuum that occurs during crises or perceived crises. These . . . → Read More: Tweeter Is The New Nuclear Code

The Narrative Of White Supremacy

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Listening closely, Trump’s skillful deflection within the white supremacist narrative has three parts. First, it avoids the use of the term white supremacy, Nazi or neo-Nazi, and uses the sanitized sticker, . . . → Read More: The Narrative Of White Supremacy

Our Greatness Is Visible

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What we call the economy should be called our political economy, the term often used in Europe but rarely in the States to describe the impact of government structures and corporate lobbies on . . . → Read More: Our Greatness Is Visible

From The Spin Of Lies, A Truth Emerges

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A cam is a mechanical moving part; cams open and close passages that lead to interior functions that power machines; cams are efficient at opening and closing access to . . . → Read More: From The Spin Of Lies, A Truth Emerges

The Senate Takes A Magic Carpet Ride

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I wonder when will freedom come? Not just for you, not just for me. But freedom for everyone! Lord, are we too late? How long must we make freedom . . . → Read More: The Senate Takes A Magic Carpet Ride

Little Toil, Lots Of Trouble

The Washington Works DuPont plant in Parkersburg, WV on Wednesday, August 5, 2015.
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A government part cult and part coven, on live camera, pledging devotion and fealty to the President as overlord, refutes the alternative fact: Trump’s claim he never seeks allegiance. Even as he . . . → Read More: Little Toil, Lots Of Trouble