Slaveholders, the Third Reich and Donald Trump all embraced and executed the principles of Fascism and white supremacy in their relentless, maniacal quest for power and money.
Truth in America is under seize. There has been a concerted, intentional effort to bury our history, with the purpose of hiding crimes against humanity, acts of horror, brutality, slavery and torture.
A whimsical look into a future where after a couple of years in prison, Trump is moved to the psych ward because his ranting about a stolen election becomes unbearable to the prison personnel. “He won’t shut the f.. up about it.”
With all the bad news in the world today, you wouldn't think that the best of times were anywhere near. It is time to take stock of the growing number of things that are actually going in the right direction.
When Tucker Carlson and Josh Hawley whine about white males’ emasculation, what they are really talking about is the absence of character—an absence they perpetuated and enabled.
The mantra of "family values" is simply a license to hate. Putin knows this. For Republicans, stamping out homosexuality trumps democracy and is why they can embrace Putin.
Republicans are resorting to book burning as a protest against teaching history with things like the 1619 Project. In reality it depicts is a history of triumph, achievement, endurance, incremental victories against impossible odds and courage.
Fascism has a playbook, handed down from generations of dictators, all who ascended to power using this easy-to-follow checklist. Part of that checklist is doing away with "objectionable" reading material.
The Texas anti-abortion law is just another step in the fight to install fascism in this country. Trump primed the pump and the Texas anti-abortion law emerged from the slime.
Voter suppression for African-Americans began when their right to vote a fantasy. When our founding fathers were crafting our Constitution, the issue of voting rights was raised, and Afro-Americans were deemed to be ¾ of a person, which was a step up from slavery…or not.
After the Civil War, a propaganda campaign was launched against the recently freed African-Americans. They were labeled animals, shiftless, lazy, dumb, poised to take a white man’s job, but perhaps their biggest sin, the biggest lie propagated, was a suppose desire to rape white women. In other words, all lies, no facts.
Whites still grasp onto the delusion, still believe in the con of racism that Dixieland was some kind of utopia. Perhaps you could say it was for the slave owners, but they were a very unhappy, paranoid lot, soaked in the blood of their terrorism.