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The idea of paying for the appearance of excitement offends the belief that a political campaign’s fortunes should be somewhat rooted in genuine support for a candidate.
Phalanges and metacarpals: These are bones of the fingers and hands that Trump has used to tweet tirades against black and brown people and to retweet Nazi sympathizers, including, twice, an account called @WhiteGenocideTM with a photo of the founder of the American Nazi Party. Mandible and maxilla: These are the jawbones that Trump has used to denounce Mexican immigrants as “criminals, drug dealers, rapists,” not to mention to refuse to criticize the Ku Klux Klan. ...Read More
This is the best summary I have read about why people do not like or want Trump as president. It is concise and touches on the most important issues.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan gives his views on US President Trump's state visit to the UK. "Donald Trump is just one of the most egregious examples of a growing global threat. The far right is on the rise around the world, threatening our hard-won rights and freedoms and the values that have defined our liberal, democratic societies for more than seventy years. Viktor Orbán in Hungary, ...Read More
That feeling when someone makes you look like a fool in an interview 😂 "Isaac Chotiner interviews the novelist Bret Easton Ellis—the author of “Less Than Zero,” “The Rules of Attraction,” “American Psycho,” and a new nonfiction book, “White”—about Donald Trump, Roseanne Barr, and more."
Just think about it. How true could this headline be? Carl Jung describes this behavior as the Shadow. Jung says, "By shadow, I mean the "negative" side of the personality, the sum of all those unpleasant qualities we like to hide, together with the insufficiently developed functions and contents ...Read More