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Trump and Authoritarianism

I’ve written before about Trump as a candidate,  arguing that he represents a frightening trend in American politics toward an interest in “doers,” those who want to exert their will on the political stage to “get things done” despite the … Continue reading

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Presidential Candidate Arrested

Presidential candidate Jill Stein, running with the Green Party, was arrested for disorderly conduct before the debate yesterday.  Along with her candidate for Vice-President and running mate, Stein attempted to enter the debate and when stopped, sat down on the … Continue reading

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The Face of LGBTQ and Marriage Equality

With the debate over marriage equality heating up over the recent statements by Chick-fil-A and others, people 0n both sides of the issue have become emotional, and understandably so.  There is a danger, however, in becoming entrenched in your position … Continue reading

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Romney Wants Fewer Police, Firefighters, and Teachers?

In a recent Huffington Post columnist and media producer Bob Cesca talked about one of Romney’s latest statements regarding President Obama.  Here’s the quote Cesca investigates: “[Obama] wants to hire more government workers. He says we need more fireman, more … Continue reading

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Wait, He’s Anti-Colonial? Great. Sign Me Up.

Whether it be senility or a fit of confidence, former House speaker Newt Gingrich felt the need to share some of his insight recently.  Gingrich let loose a secret he had apparently been hiding for some time.  In a talk … Continue reading

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