Extreme Vetting, But Not for Banks – Rolling Stone

Extreme Vetting, But Not for Banks – Rolling Stone

Source: Extreme Vetting, But Not for Banks – Rolling Stone

Here is the champion of the American proletariat doing the bidding of the same people who crashed and burned the economy in 2008, putting Americans out of work and into poverty.

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Gen. McCaffrey on Trump\’s Putin comments, \’the most anti-American statement ever made by a POTUS\’

Gen. McCaffrey on Trump\’s Putin comments, \’the most anti-American statement ever made by a POTUS\’

Source: Gen. McCaffrey on Trump\’s Putin comments, \’the most anti-American statement ever made by a POTUS\’

American Sovereignty Restoration Act proposes US withdrawal from UN – Business Insider

American Sovereignty Restoration Act proposes US withdrawal from UN – Business Insider

Source: American Sovereignty Restoration Act proposes US withdrawal from UN – Business Insider

This is pure Birch Society stuff. This is from the furthest fringe, and trump, bannon, and sons are bringing them into the mainstream.

Donald Trump Is Signing Executive Orders That He Doesn\’t Read or Understand | GQ

Donald Trump Is Signing Executive Orders That He Doesn\’t Read or Understand | GQ

Source: Donald Trump Is Signing Executive Orders That He Doesn\’t Read or Understand | GQ

Yes, indeedy, our new commander-in-chief is a complete MORON. Impeach him NOW!

GOP leader apologizes for tweeting: \’Time for another Kent State\’

GOP leader apologizes for tweeting: \’Time for another Kent State\’

Source: GOP leader apologizes for tweeting: \’Time for another Kent State\’

There ARE people who act like legitimate protest, exercising your rights like citizens, is some form of crime. Usually these are really decent nice folk, and nice people are not supposed to assert their rights.

\’It will be called Americanism\’: the US writers who imagined a fascist future | Books | The Guardian

\’It will be called Americanism\’: the US writers who imagined a fascist future | Books | The Guardian

Source: \’It will be called Americanism\’: the US writers who imagined a fascist future | Books | The Guardian

The possibility of fascism coming to this country is all too real.