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"Trump's America" from Tom the Dancing Bug

The Power of Congressman! Thoughts and Prayers

From Tom the Dancing Bug

In the closing hours of GD: P 2016, what image best describes it?

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Thank you for your input. GOTV, DU

How Ken Burns built his blistering attack on Donald Trump

“For nearly forty years now, I have diligently practiced and rigorously maintained a conscious neutrality in my work, avoiding the advocacy of many of my colleagues, trying to speak to all of my fellow citizens,” the documentarian Ken Burns told the students, parents and faculty assembled at Stanford University’s commencement Sunday.

Shortly after stating the principles that have made him a wildly popular and influential interpreter of some of the most difficult moments in U.S. history, it became clear that Burns was reiterating this idea because he was about to depart from it. The speech that followed contained plenty of good life advice and affirmations of the communitarian ideals that have informed Burns’s work. And in addition to hitting the requisite marks, Burns launched a sharp and sweeping attack on Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency that placed the GOP front-runner in a tradition that includes some of the ugliest impulses in U.S. political history.


“As a student of history, I recognize this type. He emerges everywhere and in all eras,” Burns said of Trump. “We see nurtured in his campaign an incipient Proto-fascism, a nativist anti-immigrant Know Nothing-ism, a disrespect for the judiciary, the prospect of women losing authority over their own bodies, African Americans again asked to go to the back of the line, voter suppression gleefully promoted, jingoistic saber rattling, a total lack of historical awareness, a political paranoia that, predictably, points fingers, always making the other wrong.”

But, Burns warned, what makes Trump especially dangerous is the convergence of these tendencies in a single candidate.

Whole Washington Post article by Alyssa Rosenberg here:

And he almost got away with it...

Did you ever want to be a detective? Here's your chance. Solve this arson puzzle!

Sen Elizabeth Warren just turned in her application for the VP job.

Holy cow. That was a speech. Better go listen if you didn't hear it live.

O'Malley just endorsed HRC. (Edited to add the entire statement)

From his twitter feed:

For the future of the country, I am committing my energies to the election of Secretary Clinton as the next President.

I commend Senator #Sanders for waging an exciting campaign focused on important progressive issues about which so many of us care so deeply.

We must come together to confront the fascist threat to our democracy presented by Donald Trump. #Election2016

The stakes are far too high for the untested hands of @realDonaldTrump. America needs a tried and true leader. Hillary is that leader. #2016


"Republicans Cure the Zika Virus" by Brian McFadden

Donald Trump's New RNC Sponsors from Conan O'Brien


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