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Trump and the Triumph of White Identity
on the racial animus that animated Trump’s legions. 70 Years of Decline for American Labor:
Eric Laursen. When Clinton Intervened in Russia’s Elections: Nick Alexandrov. A World Beyond Trump: Matthew Stevenson. Tech Industry Monopolies: Rob Larson. What Blacks Don’t Owe Obama: Yvette Carnell. America’s Homeless Children: Richard Schweid. The War on Fracking: Lee Ballinger. Exxon and Climate Change: Jeffrey St. Clair. PLUS: Mike Whitney on the Central Banks; Chris Floyd on Trump’s America; and Jeffrey St. Clair on John Berger.
The Case for Impeachment
Anthony DiMaggio on Trump’s Islamophobia and the threat to the Constitution.
Does Maddow Want Russia Bombed?
David Swanson on Maddow’s warmongering.
On Oil States and Ethics
Susanna B. Hecht says, bring on the clowns! Bring on the kleptocrats!
Democracy in Exile
Henry A. Giroux on the curse of totalitarianism.
Fascism in Our Time
John Wight on Trump, Muslim bans and fascism in our time.
« Mad Dog » Mattis
Melvin Goodman says Mattis is just a pussycat.
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Executive Order on Pipelines Will Benefit Billionaire Trump Donor
Quote of the Day
Paulo Freire: « The oppressors do not perceive their monopoly on having more as a privilege which dehumanizes others and themselves. They cannot see that, in the egoistic pursuit of having as a possessing class, they suffocate in their own possessions and no longer are; they merely have. For them, having more is an inalienable right, a right they acquired through their own « effort, » with their « courage to take risks. » If others do not have more, it is beause they are incompetent and lazy, and worst of all is their unjustifiable ingratitude toward the « generous gestures » of the dominant class. Precisely because they are « ungrateful » and « envious, » the oppressed are regarded as potential enemies who must be watched. »
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