Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Chellis Glendinning :
Psychohistory in the Age of Trump

Comparisons between Nazi Germany and Trump´s U.S.-in-process abound these days. By Chellis Glendinning | The Rag Blog | June 21, 2017 CHUQUISACA, Bolivia — As befits the times, I have been studying Nikolaus Wachsmann´s KL: A History of the Nazi … finish reading Chellis Glendinning :
Psychohistory in the Age of Trump

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Marilyn Katz :
To impeach or not to impeach? That is not
the question.

Like a horrific accident on the highway, Trump now serves as a dangerous distraction. By Marilyn Katz | The Rag Blog | May 29, 1917 CHICAGO — The daily revelations of the entanglement of Trump’s entourage have Republicans squirming and … finish reading Marilyn Katz :
To impeach or not to impeach? That is not
the question.

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Harry Targ :
The neocons, the humanitarian interventionists, and the new Trump

His foreign policy combines the worst aspects of the two factions of the foreign policy establishment. By Harry Targ | The Rag Blog | April 19, 2017 Although most progressives preferred a Hillary Clinton victory in the 2016 election, strong … finish reading Harry Targ :
The neocons, the humanitarian interventionists, and the new Trump

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Lamar W. Hankins :
The ‘unvarnished truth’ of President Trump

Texas Congressman Lamar Smith to constituents: Ignore traditional sources and get your news from President Trump. By Lamar W. Hankins | The Rag Blog | February 26, 2017 “Better to get your news directly from the president. In fact, it … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins :
The ‘unvarnished truth’ of President Trump

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Ben Hirsch :
What is Tom Brady, and why does it matter?

The Brady-as-an-underdog tale has got to be one of the most dubious American sports myths. By Ben Hirsch | The Rag Blog | February 15, 2017 I was 11 years old and lived in Hull, Massachusetts, a suburb on the … finish reading Ben Hirsch :
What is Tom Brady, and why does it matter?

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James McEnteer :
VERSE | Mourning Again in America

                        Mourning Again in America “I could never throw roses to Hitler” * Or shake Henry Kissinger’s hand Or embrace a place whose bombs leave children Bleeding to death … finish reading James McEnteer :
VERSE | Mourning Again in America

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Lamar W. Hankins :
How is Trump illegitimate?

Let me count the ways… By Lamar W. Hankins | The Rag Blog | January 25, 2017 Since Rep. John Lewis challenged President Trump’s legitimacy, the mainstream media has stumbled over itself to declare Lewis wrong, saying that it is … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins :
How is Trump illegitimate?

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Ed Felien :
Putin’s puppet and the really big deal

All Trump has to do is help the Russians build their pipeline through Afghanistan. By Ed Felien | The Rag Blog | December 20, 2016 It’s the biggest deal he’s ever done. If he gets this done, he’s the richest, … finish reading Ed Felien :
Putin’s puppet and the really big deal

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Scott Squires :
METRO | Sustainability as solidarity

Imagining a new eco-political ideology for the American Left. By Scott Squires | The Rag Blog | December 7, 2016 AUSTIN — In the middle of a sweaty crowd blocking traffic on the Congress Street Bridge Wednesday night, November 9, … finish reading Scott Squires :
METRO | Sustainability as solidarity

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Mike Davis :
Reflections on the election

Even the Cato Institute believes that the election was Clinton’s loss, not Trump’s win. By Mike Davis | The Rag Blog | November 17, 2016 We should resist the temptation to over-interpret Trump’s election as an American Eighteenth Brumaire or … finish reading Mike Davis :
Reflections on the election

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Mike Davis :
The undead

Is Trump an improvised, rough-at-the-edges avatar of the Nixon coalition? Ask Pat Buchanan. By Mike Davis | The Rag Blog | November 10, 2016 I finally think I’ve understood why we’re so obsessed with zombies. The discarded shroud, the rustling … finish reading Mike Davis :
The undead

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Jack A. Smith :
The election is over and life goes on

The clouds may be gray, but today we begin the struggle to fight against regression into the past. By Jack A. Smith | The Rag Blog | November 10, 2016 It is a gray overcast day in upstate New York. … finish reading Jack A. Smith :
The election is over and life goes on

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