The recent failure of the Texas electric grid system has been on my Facebook page.
The disease that allowed Trumpism to rise in America is not one that penicillin can cure but one where we understand it quite well.
Let’s start with an ugly yet undeniable truth: Trump was utterly right when he claimed he won the election “by a lot.”
Facing economic ruin and political isolation, the farmers of the American South sought to overthrow the existing political duopoly of the Democrats and the Republicans in the late 1800s.
We would be remiss to just look at Donald Trump and the rioters who invaded the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Trump was
obviously, the match that lit the fire.
I have struggled with the belief for most of my life that the reason for poverty is slack behavior, a lack of work ethic, a lack of self-control, and a willingness to sacrifice.
I want to share my friend’s struggle, but I also need to be vague enough where I don’t get him into even more trouble.
No matter who “won” the U.S. election, what will not change is the capitalist organization of the country’s economy.
On Monday, Georgia’s Board of Elections issued a directive that allows county election supervisors to block new registrations of voters who do not have a car registered in Georgia. I kid you not.
Here’s how the purge game got started. Two years ago, the Supreme Court’s right-wing five authorized a new method of “cleaning” voter rolls. The Court agreed with GOP voting officials, beginning with Ohio and Georgia, to purge voter rolls of those who “moved.”