Chronicling the misadventures of our minority-elect President’s alternate reality, alternative facts and the miscreants that comprise his administration so you don’t have to:
Pondering over whether or not we’re willing to let Trump evolve – though judging from what we’ve seen so far he should have been removed long ago, more on Trump’s disingenuous tax cut scam, Trump’s chaotic presidency as seen through all his ignorant Twitter rants, Trump’s first 100 days show that despite his best efforts, we’re not in Nazi Germany, more on Trump’s ongoing use of False Flags to justify committing war crimes, Trump’s race against the clock to actually do something relevant, Trump team resorts to theatrics because they’re too corrupt and ignorant to actually govern, more on Trump’s tax cut scam that helps him and his family and his flip flop on NAFTA, Trump still lying about job creation and jobs going overseas, every day seems to present ethical challenges for our illegitimate minority-elect President, the dubious list of Trump’s accomplishments in his first 100 days is quite revealing – as is his aversion to transparency, the education of Donald Trump, White House continues its Obama Derangement Syndrome, more on Trump’s objectively pernicious first 100 days and much more.
Are we willing to let Trump evolve? article from Yahoo! News. –
Trump tax cuts: A bonanza for corporations and the wealthy article from The World Socialist Web Site. –
Trump’s chaotic first 100 days – as seen through his tweets article from Yahoo! News. –
For someone who wasn’t sure he was going to Tweet at all after being ‘elected,’ Trump sure mucked things up.
Donald Trump’s first 100 days were a stress test for democracy article from The Guardian. –
Despite Trump’s best efforts, we’re not in Nazi Germany:
“We’ve learned a crucial lesson in the past few months: our democracy is not as easily ‘deconstructed’ as Steve Bannon might have hoped
We have learned one crucial lesson since January 20 – we are not Germany in 1933. I shared the fear that Trump represented an existential threat to American democracy. I am not convinced those fears have been entirely allayed. But the first hundred days of the Trump presidency have demonstrated that American institutions and traditions of democratic constitutionalism are not as easily “deconstructed” as Steve Bannon might have hope.
We should be proud of the resistance shown by our civil society. Ordinary citizens have taken to the streets in record numbers; we have confronted our representatives in town-hall meetings; we have flooded members of Congress with letters and emails; we have organized ourselves into groups such as Daily Action, mobilizing the energies of millions unwilling to quietly acquiesce in the destruction of American democracy.
In one weekend, the ACLU received more online contributions than it typically receives in six years. Art supply stores are enjoying gravy days, as Americans race to purchase poster boards and magic markers, the low-tech tools of peaceful protest…”
Are American Voters Actually Just Stupid? A New Poll Suggests the Answer May Be ‘Yes’ article from AlterNet. –