Tag Archives: Republicans

Route to Authoritarian Power in Democracies: From the 1930s to the 2020s

The history of white nationalism, grievance and authoritarianism in Europe makes the agenda of the current Republican Party in the US far easier to understand.

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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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Making the United States “democratic” Again

How the U.S. Senate’s filibuster rule must be modified to restore majority rule and give the U.S. a prayer to be a modern, dynamic country.

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The US Republicans’ Putin-Style “Managed” Democracy

Yet more evidence that US Republicans are close soul mates of Russia’s President when it comes to restraining democracy.

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Should the Democrats Pack the US Supreme Court?

Democrats should focus on passing laws if they win the White House and the Senate — rather than changing the size of the Supreme Court.

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Trump: A Loser?

Trump is like the Phantom Menace: He should be gone, but he keeps coming back.

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Don’t Impeach President Trump, Censure Him

How Democrats can hold Trump accountable and take the high road.

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How Trump(!) Could Save America

Imagine Trump gave a speech exposing all of his shenanigans as a shocking reality TV exercise – exposing the hollowness of the U.S. principle of checks and balances.

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2020 US Elections: Voter Turnout or Pelosi Turnoff?

Why the Democratic leadership must go.

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