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
Summary: This morning's post warning about the resurgence of racism -- open, unabashed -- was a bust, traffic-wise (we prefer not to know). Let's look at something different, such as this prescient warning by historian Edward Luttwak. Written in 1994; reads like written today. Articles like this can entertain, but provide more value if acted … Continue reading Edward Luttwak: Why Fascism is the Wave of the Future
Summary: Slowly we have begun to move into the problem recognition phase of our struggle to resist fascism, as people begin to speak out. But that means nothing unless we act on what we see. Will this darkening future spur Americans to become politically active again? One of America's major problems, subject of many scores … Continue reading Good news: we begin to see that we are sliding towards fascism
Summary: Here are two of the most important graphs about America today. They show the rise of Donald. Our experts assure us, as they have since July when Trump began his meteoric rise from 6% to 30%, that he is a flash in the pan -- soon to implode. Perhaps he will. But Trump has … Continue reading Two scary graphs about the rise of Donald. Fear fascism. Act now.
Summary: Moderates and liberals look with incredulity at the rise of far-right candidates to leadership of the Republican Party, both in the House and in the presidential campaign. How can this happen? The answer is seen in the news, as people look at the Left and choose what they consider the lesser evil on the … Continue reading Look to the Left to see the force powering Trump and Carson