“Politics is that dimension of social life in which things on true if enough people believe them.” ~ David Graeber by Glen Ford edited by O Society Dec 23, 2019 The outcome of the early primaries may erase Joe Biden’s “electability” luster and plunge the Lords of Capital into a panic in which … Continue reading The Impending Ruling Class Mental Breakdown and Riot
One of our O Society people asked: "Read Trump's 6-Page Letter to Pelosi and then Fact Checker: Breaking Down Trump's Letter to Pelosi in the Washington Post. I would like to hear your opinion about these two articles." You asked for it... my opinion is I don't care what Donald Trump says and am not going to … Continue reading The Impeachment Iceberg
by Jim Kavanaugh edited by O Society Dec 18, 2019 The Raw The Democrats now reveal the hand they’re going to play for impeachment. I vehemently argue against playing this game and point out how futile it is, but, seeing the two cards actually laid out on the table, even I am gobsmacked at what a … Continue reading Impeachment: What Lies Beneath?
https://youtu.be/0xJz9dLyRI8 by Thom Hartmann edited by O Society Dec 6, 2019 There is a very simple reason some Republicans voted for the impeachment proceedings against Richard Nixon, but so far none have broken ranks against Trump. The reason is a corrupted U.S. Supreme Court. In 1976 (Buckley v. Valeo) and 1978 (First National Bank of Boston … Continue reading Why No Republicans Turn On Trump
https://youtu.be/wyb7dt9nz_g by Andrew Wood edited by O Society Nov 30, 2019 Following just a few days of Congressional testimony, it is clear Trump will, at most, be impeached but certainly not convicted. This would be nothing new, for although such proceedings now are brought against four presidents in U.S. history, not a single one was … Continue reading The Authoritarianism at the End of the Impeachment Rainbow
Full Replay: Fourth Democratic Presidential Primary Debate by John Koch edited by O Society October 19, 2019 https://youtu.be/Wi5SJKI6RpU Democratic presidential contenders gathered Tuesday evening in Ohio for the latest in a series of televised question-and-answer sessions in the lead-up to the 2020 primary season. These sessions are called debates by their sponsors and the … Continue reading Presidential ‘Debates’ Aren’t Debates at All – What They Are is Game Shows
by Zoya Teirstein edited by O Society October 17, 2019 Moderators of the three previous Democratic primary debates caught a lot of flak from environmental advocates for not spending enough time on climate crisis. On Tuesday night, moderators of the fourth episode of Survivor pave the way for a new era of climate politics by featuring … Continue reading Crickets: Climate Change Is Not Debated At All By Democrats in Their Fourth Debate