Some thoughts on impeaching Trump: 1). A fundamental yet unchallenged premise of these impeachment proceedings is that the political system is structured upon the principle of "checks and balances". The first chapter of any decent constitutional law textbook teaches that... Continue Reading →
For the past few months, airwaves have been saturated with allegations of covert Russian interference in America’s 2016 presidential election. Like a dog with a bone, teleprompter-jockeys are working tirelessly to ensure this claim becomes the explanation for Donald Trump’s... Continue Reading →
For the past few years, the American political landscape has been saturated with debates over Confederate symbols. Yesterday, New Orleans began the process of removing Confederate statues. While I sympathize with the demand that Southern symbols be removed, the general... Continue Reading →
President Trump authorized an airstrike against Syria in response to "an affront to humanity" that killed 100+ "innocent children and babies" in a chemical attack. But America is in no moral position to wag its finger at Syria. Anyone who... Continue Reading →
Moore writes as if all these problems began the moment Trump was inaugurated. By saying we simply need to “stop Trump” – we focus on one person as opposed to the larger structures of racism, heteropatriarchy, and capitalism. Trump is just the most visible and visceral representative of an oppressive system. Even if Trump has a “much-shortened presidential term,” we are still left with an oppressive apparatus.
Donald Trump is officially the 45th president of the United States. Since the inauguration, our eyes and ears have been saturated with a declaration from Trump’s speech: “when you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice”.... Continue Reading →