Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Tag: race relations

Social media users are at it again. This time, they are circulating an image of Governor Kemp of Georgia posing with Gregory McMichael. McMichael was arrested earlier this week in connection with the shooting death of Ahmaud...
A lot of black people are upset with Rachel Dolezal. Understandably so. A lot of white people are upset with her too. Their reasons are less clear. I had no opinion on her. I was vaguely familiar...
As a trucker, I'm always driving by interesting places. Sometimes I get to stop and visit. Recently, I visited the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. Across the street from the arch, on Dred Scott Way is the...
In a previous article, I discussed how the parties flipped policies and constituencies in 1964. The passage of the Civil Rights Act opened the south to the Republicans. They developed a Southern Strategy to capitalize on this...
Yesterday CNN hosted a snoozefest of a Townhall on Climate Change. My apologies if that's your thing. I was generally disinterested, so I opted for listening to FOX News on SIRIUSXM as I drove. It was downright...
This is Part 2 in a 5 part series called "The New Republican Party". In it we look at the transformation of the Republican Party. Part 1 looks at the circumstances leading to the rise of the...
Previously at Meso Fusion Media, we documented a public relations blunder from Liz Cheney. That was childs play. Liz Cheney just hit Roseanne Barr drunk tweeting on the Richter Scale of What Were You Thinking?!?! She had...
On Wednesday I wrote an article on Republican political gamesmanship. Senate Republicans introduced a bill on abortion. Infants born alive were already protected by law. There was no need for this new legislation. However, Republicans voted for...

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