Summary: Hitler in Hell is one of the most important books of the year. As America drifts to fascism, we must understand what happened to Germany. Books like this can help us avoid taking a dark path like they did. It can happen here, in some form. The fall of Germany to fascism was … Continue reading Martin van Creveld: even in Hell, Hitler has news for us
Summary: Mainlining fascism - and heroin - have become fashionable in America. Trump has given little evidence of being a fascist, but his campaign has emboldened them. The Right's extremists were expelled from mainstream conservatism in the early 1960's. Let's hope they come to their senses and do so again -- or that the rest of us … Continue reading America is mainlining fascism. It won’t end well for us.
Summary: Trump brings dark elements into Campaign 2016, and the Left responds with hypocrisy, misinformation, and anti-intellectualism -- seeking to short-circuit the proper debates of the election. There are no angels in US politics. Declaring their foes to be illegitimate: the Left's first line of defense Declaring Trump a "fascist" has became the Left's (broadly … Continue reading The Left calls Trump a “fascist”, ignoring the many experts who disagree
Summary: The violence after the recent Trump rally reveals so much about our America. Let's start with the facts, and then look at the even more interesting reactions by the Left. It's a story of political theory, myopia, and hypocrisy. Trump talks of the dangerous other, and right on cue the ornamental dissenters show up … Continue reading San Jose’s riot tells us about the Left, Trump, & the coming violence
Summary: Campaign 2016 is the most ideological election since 1982, perhaps since McKinley-Bryan in 1896 (our most expensive election). Rather than deal with these issues, and the serious reasons to oppose Trump, the Left prefers to focus on bogus condemnations of him as "fascist". This preference for cartoon-like fantasy over messy reality is why they … Continue reading The Left calls Trump a fascist instead of focusing on the issues