It is no secret that there actually were instances of election fraud in 2020. But all the documented instances were committed by Republican voters in favor of Trump.
Propaganda operators and criminals seem to have the same operating pattern: accuse others of what they themselves are doing. There's a reason for that.
There is no liability to anyone who ignores the rantings of a psychotic bully. Quite the contrary. You get to do your job and enjoy your day without a nutcase borrowing space in your head.
The capability of the United States Postal Service to ensure timely and reliable delivery of letters, packages and even "junk" mail is absolutely critical to the health of this country.
Nothing coming from the Q "channel" actually makes sense. And that is pretty much the point. Qanon isn't so much a movement, but a way of capturing the attention of people who are either entire uneducated or incapable of rudimentary critical thinking.
There is no difference between Nazi, white supremacist, KKK, Proud Boy, Oath Keeper, Three Percenter—except spelling. With "alt-right" Bannon essentially rebranded hate for anything not white or "Christian."
Corporate boards have one job and one job only: make money for their shareholders. Thus raising the prices we pay for their goods and services is where "inflation" actually starts even though it is a lazy way of increasing returns.
We can make light of the obvious and transparent stupidity of FOX, OAN, Breitbart and Newsmax, but make no mistake, there is nothing funny about their racist propaganda. It is designed to create hate and fear in people and then proceed downward from there.
One of the biggest myths of authoritarianism is that it is "good for business." With this in mind, the Republican Party's persona as the "party of business" begins to look more and more like a facade.
The Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York claimed that 10,000 officers would resign if forced to comply with Mayor de Blasio's vaccine mandate. The real number turned out to be tiny.
The move to prevent Medicare from negotiating with Big Pharma and giving that job to for-profit companies was a stroke of greed-genius that would have made Gordon Gecko giddy with pride.
It is time for Congress to expel any and all members of the "treason caucus." And frankly, the list in this article is probably incomplete.