http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/09/08/full_video _hillary_clinton_donald_trump_participate_in_nbcs_commander-in-chief_forum.html The presidential nominees joined NBC's Matt Lauer to answer questions from veterans and discuss her plans for the U.S. Hillary Clinton went first and Donald Trump followed her. Each candidate had 30 minutes.
Authoritarians, as a growing presence in the GOP, are a real constituency that exists independently of Trump — and will persist as a force in American politics regardless of the fate of his candidacy. If Trump loses the election, that will not remove the threats and social changes that trigger the “action side” of … Continue reading HOW AUTHORITARIANS WILL CHANGE THE GOP
Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images For years now, before anyone thought a person like Donald Trump could possibly lead a presidential primary, a small but respected niche of academic research has been laboring over a question, part political science and part psychology, that had captivated political scientists since the rise of the Nazis. How do people come … Continue reading WHAT IS AMERICAN AUTHORITARIANISM?
SEE ALSO: https://heliosliterature.com/2015/03/02/the-essence-of-bullshit/ By Fareed Zakaria August 4, 2016 A few days ago, I was asked on CNN to make sense of one more case in which Donald Trump had said something demonstrably false and then explained it away with a caustic tweet and an indignant interview. I replied that there was a pattern here and … Continue reading THE UNBEARABLE STENCH OF TRUMP’S BULLSHIT
What are some of Donald Trump’s overused phrases and turns of speech By Tom Higgins, who followed Trump's campaign since the beginning 273.4k Views · Most Viewed Write in Donald Trump Let me tell you something, this is one of the most pathetic, stupid questions I have ever seen on Quora! Sad! I kid you not, we need to report this … Continue reading WHAT ARE TRUMP’S OVERUSED WORDS?
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-problem-with-trump-as-ceo-of-america-government-is-not-a-business/2016/05/05/146cc1a0-12f5-11e6-8967-7ac733c56f12_story.html By Fareed Zakaria Opinion writer May 5 At the heart of Donald Trump’s appeal is his fame as a successful businessman. It’s why most of his supporters don’t worry about his political views or his crude rhetoric and behavior. He’s a great chief executive and will get things done. No one believes this more than Trump himself, … Continue reading The problem with Trump as CEO of America: Government is not a business
Donald Trump has already transformed American culture. Even if he loses the election, Trumpism is here to stay. BY JEET HEER March 31, 2016 Photograph by Joshua Lott Late in February, a curious incident happened at a basketball game between two high schools just outside Des Moines—one mostly white, the other mostly Hispanic—where white students hurled the phrase “Trump, Trump, … Continue reading REPUBLIC OF FEAR
THE PEN, DEC 8, 2015 OK, the story in the news is that a majority of people think Donald Trump is hurting the GOP's brand because of his increasingly rabid and extreme statements. In just the last week, Trump has called for wholesale murder of the families of suspected terrorists, and a total ban on travel by people of … Continue reading REPUBLICAN VOTERS AND TRUMP
Donald Trump Is the President America Deserves by Dan Ozzi https://medium.com/@danozzi/donald-trump-is-the-president-america-deserves-180fcfb22c8d Donald J. Trump will be the next President of the United States. That is going to happen come November 2016. Once elected, he will install 30-foot-tall gold-plated letters spelling his name on the front of the White House. He will be asked about foreign … Continue reading Donald Trump Is the President America Deserves