On why support for Trump remains so frustratingly consistent.
The learning curve resulting from the 2000 election, however, was pretty steep. I learned that, for the left, presidential politics isn't about ideological purity. It can't be. We will always lose on that front. Presidential politics is chess in which your every move is premised on your endgame.
No, I'm not being sarcastic, and Democrats need to listen because I'm telling them why there will be no Blue Wave in 2018, and why Trump will be taking the Oath again in 2021.
Just as we had to fight Obama for the sake of human progress, we have to fight that much harder against what may very well go down in history as the most brutal presidency since Andrew Jackson.
In this video, I explore how the Administration used MS-13 to develop representations of southern immigrants as dangerous "Others". Controlling representations of "Those People" can be analyzed using W.E.B. Dubois theory on the cultural elements of oppression, what I call The Discourse of the Other.
The Hill has reported that The Orange Don was just nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Here are a couple of responses when Obama was prematurely honored in much the same way.
I can't help but ask myself how the GOP and the right-wing media would have responded if Obama had met with Kim with the same outcomes. Then I remembered this MSB Classic from 2015 on the Iran Deal