The themes of Biden’s inauguration were (essentially) compassion, competency, and healing the very real divisions that Trump spent four years exacerbating. But can real unity be achieved? It never has been before (infighting has been around since the days of Adams and Jefferson or the fatal duel of Hamilton and Burr), but things could certainly… Read More »
It was quite strange to see all of the “Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wouldn’t support today’s Democratic Party” tweets and postings on MLK Day, especially since it was only a few days before the Inauguration of Joe Biden and a couple of weeks after Neo-confederates received clear Republican backing to try to decapitate congress.… Read More »
Despite Trump’s idolation, Jackson (an actual boot-strapping populist that actually did have an inauguration crowd to remember) and the anti-trust, pro-conservation Roosevelt would HATE him.
For our last episode during Obama’s presidency (sniff, sniff, I’m not crying–it’s just raining…on my face), we look into globalism. What’s America’s place in the world now and how do we stack up militarily, economically, environmentally, technologically, and education-wise? The results may not be all good but at least we have Meryl Streep. Suck it, France. By… Read More »