Mocking, protesting and ridiculing Big Cheeto before and after inauguration will be big fun. But storms of ridicule did not drive Ronald Reagan or Dubya from office. Mockery that only undermines the legitimacy of evil persons rather than the capitalist system makes us nothing more than the warm up for Corey Booker or whoever Democrats nominate next. Left messages, memes and hashtags need to eviscerate Trump but also to educate people.
Talk Nation Radio: Millions of Americans Lose Their Minds Over Russia
by David Swanson
This week on Talk Nation Radio: millions of Americans lose their
everloving minds over unproven accusations against Russia. David Swanson explains how mockery and derision directed at Donald Trump don’t scare the Pentagon or NSA, and don’t prevent any of the outrages committed by Democrats when they retain power. Swanson takes the ACLU and CAIR to task for their ridiculous claim that war on Iraq was conducted to protect the U.S. Bill of Rights, and a torture report gets
buried. Talk Nation Radio is a weekly half hour of political insight and discussion as if the people mattered.
Fruit of the Poisoned Tree
by BAR executive editor Glen Ford
We’ll have more on NJ Senator Corey Booker in this Wednesday’s Black Agenda Report. But meanwhile here is Glen Ford’s groundbreaking 2002 article, which appeared in the very first issue of the Black Commentator, in which Ford throws prophetic light on the early career and sponsorship of a new type of African American politician — Corey Booker in his first run for mayor of Newark NJ. Thanks in part to this expose Booker was defeated in 2002, but won the election four years later in 2006