“Right Wing Watch reports on the extreme rhetoric and activities of key right-wing figures and organizations by showing their views in their own words. In this series of clips, we see the connection between the fear-mongering perpetrated by President Trump and his right-wing allies and what is happening in our nation.”
Right Wing Watch
Strategic bullshit with one goal: “No one is able to come to sensible conclusions.”
Watch this. Schmidt sums it all up here.
Steve Schmidt: President Donald Trump Is ‘Stoking And Inciting’ Worst Among Us
“Jim Crow-level voter suppression in Georgia is likely to determine the governor’s race. But this isn’t just a local crisis. These racist tactics threaten the core tenets of democracy. “
July 16 was Seeing The Forest’s 16th anniversary.
I told my assistant to get flowers for the readers, and he screwed it up. Sorry. He’s been fired for it.
I wrote this in May, June 2017 but it was never published. I’m getting around to posting it now.
How Did Trump Happen To Us?
How did Trump happen to us?
We are experiencing a shock and awe attack. Every single day we face a flood of terrible things being pushed at us so fast that we do not have time to react. Our system and commons and norms and standards and protections and rule of law are rapidly being dismantled. We are overwhelmed, exhausted, our spirits wear down, we don’t know what to do. Worse, the country risks normalization and eventual acceptance of the cruelty and insanity coming from the top.
Will we get out of this? With the nuclear codes in the hands of a crazy, egomaniacal, racist, malignant narcissist, will we live another year? If we’re alive will we be in jail?
Media, please “Increase the coverage and cover the science.”
“What are the most effective weapons in the fight against the climate crisis? New energy sources? New technology? Political action? One of the most powerful tools we have is the language we use to talk about the issue.
In this video, Bill McKibben describes the ways in which both the public and the media can change the way that they talk about the climate crisis to ensure that all Americans understand what is going on, what is at stake, and what we can do to address it.”