When you scrape away the social facade of those on the far right, you will find a terrified little pipsqueak of a soul, shuddering in fear that someone may find him out or rise above him.
One of the chief tools of propaganda operators is superimposing new definitions of common words used in society. It is diabolically simple. But it just as easy to counter.
Let's face it, the Republican "law and order" party does not really care much for either these days. But they are overjoyed to accuse others of crimes, day in and day out.
Trump's buddies at the Heritage Foundation have cooked up a dictatorship plan nearly 1000 pages long for him to use if he regains office. But the core of his strategy is pretty short: four words.
Not one of the extremists currently holding office in our Congress qualifies to do so. Yet here they are, grinding the country to a halt.
To call the makers of Organic Stevia in the Raw unethical marketers is actually a massive understatement. They are endangering the health and lives of diabetics who believe their completely false labeling.
The question isn't "How can he say this while under a gag order?" It is more like, "How much will he make from ignoring another judge's order and getting whiny about his 'First Amendment' rights?"
Labeling people as "others" that are "dangerous" or "not worthy" is a tool used by propagandists to create hate, war and genocide. So why are Republicans, FOX and others doing this on a daily basis?
There is more that we need to learn from history than the fact that there are cruel tyrants and wannabes who want most people around them dead: There are plenty of cruelty addicts who will happily serve them.
The unchecked greed of corporations is causing them to become parasites sucking the life out of their host organism, the rest of society.
Universal healthcare is not that complicated. But the people who promote its perceived complexity are the same ones who are creating that complexity—for their own benefit.
The false concept of white superiority is still firmly epoxied to the minds of various Southern and at least one Northern politician, in particular, who called Nazis and white supremacists "very fine people."