Tag Archive: racism

Make It So: Trump’s Dismantling Of America

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If you haven’t seen the Bill O’Reilly’s interview with Donald Trump, you should. But here’s just a taster: Yes, that really is the President of the United States brushing off murder like it’s… Continue reading

Trump: Questions and Incredulity are the Sand We Stick Our Heads In.

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Democrats and sane Republicans alike keep asking the same questions – sometimes sincerely, sometimes for the sake of rhetoric, sometimes with a knowing wink and nod. Hasn’t Donald Trump read enough history to… Continue reading

Protest, Riots, Violence and Realities

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First, I’m going to ask you to watch this clip from Zizek’s film ‘A Pervert’s Guide to Ideology’.  Yes, I understand that his language is very dense, so it requires that you listen… Continue reading

Fearmongers Ate My Mom

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Let me tell you a little about my mother. She’s a fantastic woman. Born just before the 30s, she won a scholarship to Julliard at the age of 17. Although she studied classical… Continue reading

Effectively Responding to Ferguson: No Justice? No Profit. #BoycottBlackFriday

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Naomi Wolf said that, in order to have successful protest, it needs to be illegal. It needs to stop traffic.  I was born in the early 60s. By the time I was of… Continue reading