Sexism, like homophobia, is populism’s calling card.
[H]istory has proven time and again that populism is a two-edged sword, capable of both harming others and oneself.
Donald Trump is the exact opposite of John F. Kennedy. And, as with every opposite, there are some things in common. The first of these is Kennedy’s and Trump’s direct relationships with the public, which make them populist presidents, and having made careers in television more than in Congress or the Senate. But [Read more]
The American retreat has reached its limit, so now the world (where is the Arab world?) is rearranging its affairs independently of the Trump administration.
[B]y trying to suppress Bannon and others on the right, liberals are likely making their ideas seem more potent.
Money and super-modern election technology, what more does new right populism need?
<i>Many Americans are still suffering the consequences of the financial crisis. Donald Trump's former chief strategist, Steve Bannon, believes that without the crisis, the billionaire would not be president today.</i>
September will mark ten years since Lehman Brothers collapsed — the zenith of the financial [Read more]