“People are trapped in history and history is trapped in them.” – James Baldwin, Stranger in the Village
What are the consequences of authoritarian, far right-wing approaches to these issues?
The Nazi party is a case study of the authoritarian personality. We would do well to remember it.
Ken Goldstein shares a few thoughts from an American voice of courage.
Trumps perfect Twitter storm this weekend perfectly demonstrates his malignant Narcissim and why he lacks the temperament for this job and we all must pay attention.
How Trump singled out and demolished his foes demonstrates a kind of systematic brilliance; liberals should prepare for Trump trying to win them over.
There is a worldwide pandemic of hatred and fear.
The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it. – Psalm 24:1
A grotesque cartoon of Trump as a macho tough guy and a John Wayne-spouting, Mr. Rogers-bashing Daily Wire Host got Mike Kasdan thinking: We need to live a vision of masculinity that is consistent with our humanity. And that ain’t it.
Speech is free, platforms are not, and no you are not entitled to be heard.
It’s long past time we get rid of that toxic trope that athletes and fans should “just stick to sports” and that “politics” is some foreign airborne virus that we have to constantly hide from.
The German legal scholar and Nazi ideologue Carl Schmitt described a ‘State of Exception’ as the process by which a sovereign leader can transcend the rule of law in the name of the public good.
Here’s what came out of 1941 survey of enlisted men.
What future shall we choose? Equality or inequality?
One of the objectionable panels depicts a dead Native American.
Good people choose kindness over hate, freedom over suppression, and life over death.