Trump’s Delegitimization of Democracy Isn’t Wearing Off By Ed Kilgore People who are fond of democratic norms have been hoping that the widespread Republican mistrust of the fairness of the 2020 elections that Donald Trump created before, during, and after Election Day would fade, another vestige of four aberrant years yielding to something approaching “normalcy.” So … Continue reading Trump’s Delegitimization of Democracy Isn’t Wearing Off – from Intelligencer
Trend Arises of Parents Telling Kids "Do Your Studies, Now, Child! There are Citizens in Myanmar Whose Leaders Don't Give them Respect As Smart Enough to Self-Direct Their Destiny Through Democratic Govt and Need to Be Slaughtered and You Want to Be a Good Prole So Elites Respect You, Don't You, Kiddo?" People somewhere in … Continue reading The Myanmar Military & Tough Love – Why Sometimes Being an Authority Means Killing People’s Dreams. And Also, People.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IW78swzn_Bs So far Joe Biden is doing a pretty damn good job. So even though having one party rule is not ideal, moving forward under Democratic leadership, while not compromising our own personal beliefs and ideals, seems like a good way forward. And if the GOP keeps showing up for work pretending like they didn't … Continue reading Now That The GOP Is Absolutely Dead, How Can We Move Forward While Dealing With Their Annoying Persistance In Continuing to Show Up For Work
The Democratic National Convention is showcasing republicans and highlighting how much they will discount the progressive direction the country is screaming for. Undercurrents of demands for change, outrage at injustice, racial and economic. If Biden gets a big victory, he will be as likely to treat protesters as harshly, or with more authoritarian overzealotry as … Continue reading Make Sure You Get Out And Vote for Biden 2020, Because There’s Still A Good Chance I Won’t