Peter Laarman: Will Democrats and the liberal establishment throw everything they’ve got against a plan as purulent as this one is, making maximum use of social media and offering a passionate justice-centered critique rather than the usual nerdy inside-the-Beltway talking points?
Archives for November 2017
John Peeler: It is blatantly clear at this point that Trump has no clue about how to get legislation passed in Congress. Nor has he the patience to learn.
Dear Mr. President: Chloe goes around her neighborhood saying “Trick or Treat”, but the householders all refuse to give her candy, so she punctures their tires. This is called anarchy.
Dan Embree: To really piss Jared off, take Ivanka along as Special Advisor on Far Eastern Commerce. She can visit her workers during their once-daily 10-minute break.
Friday, 3 November 2017 Dear Mr President, Like a lot of Americans, I’m struggling to keep the story straight, so I’ve worked out the following Dramatis Personae. Let me know if I’ve got it right: George Papadopoulos – “a young low-level volunteer . . . who very few people knew”, though one of the very […]
Dan Embree: This is a trick question and not fair at all, but I will explain it in the next short period of time because I know more about ice than Admiral Byrd.
Ellen Brown: Crushing regulations are driving small banks to sell out to the megabanks, a consolidation process that appears to be intentional. Publicly-owned banks can help avoid that trend and keep credit flowing in local economies.
Lance Simmens: Currently we are in danger of so altering that collective existence as to make it impossible for us as a species to continue to exist.
The electrifying #WeChoose campaign comes to Los Angeles! In today’s political climate, more than ever, it is urgent for local communities to control how education is administered in their neighborhoods. The #WeChoose campaign explodes the “illusion of school choice” to propel the national movement for community driven school improvement. Join us for a critical conversation with New York’s Zakiyah Ansari, Oakland’s Mike Hutchinson, and Los Angeles’ Rudy Gonzalves. Moderated by Karen Wolfe.
new poll shows most Democratic voters want their party to move left, with new people in charge. In other words, they want a political revolution. They’ve got the right idea. If the party establishment thinks Robert Mueller’s investigation will save it, it’s probably wrong. After President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew were both removed […]
Wednesday, 1 November 2017 Dear Mr President, I was up at the courthouse yesterday (waiting to testify in a disorderly conduct case from the Retrofit, when a couple of very fine people from a passing motorcycle gang called the Sons of Confederate Nazis objected to sharing the bar with the Contreras brothers – just a […]