Four liberal friends gather at a coffeehouse to commiserate and discuss: is Trump too incompetent to be fascist?
Facebook insists that they hold up a mirror to society. But they do more than that: they shape it.
So why do they keep pushing the “mirror” analogy? Ah, well, that’s…the question.
A common thread connects the recent muddles that management at both Facebook and New York Times fell into.
The day of the #BlackLivesMatter protest: when Trump walked across Lafayette Park and held up a Bible.
All the Covid-19 data curators, models, visualizers, dashboards, graphics, maps, interactives, and projections: in one place.
I squinted at wonky websites for hours so you didn’t have to. Here is the result: a guide to Democratic healthcare plans for dummies (like me).
No matter who the nominee, they will be slimed by the right-wing machine. Vote for who you like, but steel yourselves to the coming onslaught.
I will vote for any Democratic nominee against Trump. But I do have my favorites.
Who actually has leverage in the Impeachment fight? Is it Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnell, or Trump?
(Featured image: The Prologue and the Promise, Robert McCall)
The movie Back to the Future in the 1980s imagined a millennium with flying cars and hoverboards. My “Utopia” is more pragmatic and less fanciful. I don’t want flying cars. I just want some irritants to go away and some basic problems solved. I wants some checks that are sitting right in front of us, forgotten, to be cashed.