America is still the richest country in the world. It could create a humane template that could guide the world into a new existence.
It is vogue for us to use the term, a polarized America. But if one chooses to make themselves approachable, it becomes clear that the deep polarization of America is a necessary myth.
Things seem bleak, but it’s that very bleakness that history tells us produces movements to overthrow psychopathic oligarchs
Flipping the national conversation from CRT to the GOP’s 52-year racist election strategy history will be the only way to clean up all the “crap” Republicans are today using to “flood the zone”
So, if the majority of Americans want Scandinavian/European healthcare, schools, unions, wages and taxes-on-the-rich, why don’t we have these things?
The debate about American exceptionalism is not really about whether America is exceptional (unique), but about whether it should be.
America is in trouble because of a sophisticated form of narrative coercion. Activists like Paul Zeitz are our antidote. We must take it before the metastasis.
America is at a crossroads. Just maybe if we understand what it means to be an American we can save ourselves sooner rather than later.
This type of reporting is not generally found in the United States, but the rest of the world is in concert with the analysis by Australia’s ABC.
Many slam President Obama for not blindly proclaiming America’s exceptionalism. Love for America must not require one to color reality lest growth stunted.