Visit Me In Estonia

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Disclaimer: The thoughts and views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Democrats for Progress or its members.

When I’m not searching for apartments in Estonia, a very high tech, all-wired small country of . . . → Read More: Visit Me In Estonia

Donald Trump and Passing Fancies

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He cannot focus. He cannot listen. He has no empathy. He does not understand. He believes in the absurd. Repeatedly, he states he will not follow the rule of law. Nor will . . . → Read More: Donald Trump and Passing Fancies

Witch Hunts and Mobs

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Have you read your emails today? Did you get one finally from Hillary Clinton’s State Department? Or receive a subpoena from Republicans in Congress demanding access to your email account to ensure you didn’t . . . → Read More: Witch Hunts and Mobs

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

The Bold And The Clueless Both Offer Cliches

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The campaigns have become depressing. If the themes are bold and clueless, the tactics and media have descended into the same old cliches: “I’m a Democrat,” “I will work . . . → Read More: The Bold And The Clueless Both Offer Cliches

Super-PAC Commericals, Why President Obama Should Appoint Himself to the Open Seat, the GOP Legacy of No

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More Republican candidates for President have meant more political commercials in Charleston, sometimes running right after each other in no . . . → Read More: Super-PAC Commericals, Why President Obama Should Appoint Himself to the Open Seat, the GOP Legacy of No

Jeb, Flint, the White Middle Class, American Muslims, and Marco Rubio

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The media treats them as separate, but they are all a part of the same malaise. Tie them together; they are one story. Together, they catalogue . . . → Read More: Jeb, Flint, the White Middle Class, American Muslims, and Marco Rubio

Trump And Marx's Dialectic

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In one of my New York Times comments last week, I wrote about Marxism, an old, abandoned misunderstood philosophy that once stirred fear and rage and still has plenty of fire and strength. . . . → Read More: Trump And Marx’s Dialectic

History: The Spyglass of Politics

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History allows its observers to put ideas into motion, to see patterns; to discover and track how ideas adapt and change for different purposes and new environments. You cannot . . . → Read More: History: The Spyglass of Politics