Tag Archives: Donald Trump

When Mob Rule Comes to the United States of America

The parallels between the Leninist power usurpation in early 20th century Russia and the Trumpian brigades in today’s United States are becoming ever more eerie.

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Texas: Key to Trump’s “Reinstatement” Campaign?

Will Trump direct the Republican Party of Texas and the Texan government to instigate an actual secession effort?

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U.S. Republicans: Flirting With Fascism

Like their German counterparts in the 1930s, Donald Trump’s Republican enablers in the U.S. Congress have lots of intelligence but no principles.

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Of Borders and Metaphors

How the U.S. handles the U.S.-Mexican border will say much about its character as a nation.

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Mr. Leahy, Why Not Go to the Supreme Court?

The German legal system offers a perfect way out of a great U.S. legal conundrum during Trump’s second impeachment trial.

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De-Trumpification? Moving the US Forward

Could Spain — not post-war Germany or post-Maoist China — serve Americans as a model to rid the U.S. of Mr. Trump for good?

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US and India: Stop Your Uncivil Wars at Home!

Democracies are only as healthy as their institutions: A conversation with Gurcharan Das.

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Mark Zuckerberg: Lindsey Graham’s Improbable Twin

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is spineless and acts irresponsible for commercial reasons, except for brief moments.

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Lindsey Graham: The Shifting “Rectitude” of US Male Politicians

Until just now, a Trump loyalist, Lindsey Graham — the political chameleon — changes yet again as a new political season is upon Washington.

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Promoting the Most Important Anti-Corruption Action in a Generation

Kleptocrats and Oligarchs Beware!

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